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  • 00:33

    Grand Launching Day of Memoirs With Grande' Beauty!!

    in Lifestyle

    Today is the first day on the air ! So let's comfy and cozy and get to know each other ! The tone for Memoirs with Grande' Beauty will be set . ?

  • 00:24

    Divatosity: Cooking Memoirs, Carafes, And Hand Me Downs

    in Food

    Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses Cooking Memoirs, Carafes, and Hand Me Downs.


  • 02:00

    Meet The Ladies of Lesbian Memoirs

    in Writing

    Tune in to our opening show. This show will feature the ladies of Lesbian Memoirs. We will be discussing the reason behind our website and new Blog Talk Radio Show. We will keep you entertained and enlightened.

  • 00:32

    Rhonda Johnson and Memoirs of An Addict

    in Books

    Born and raised in the Nation’s Capitol, Washington, DC, M/R {Memoirs Rhonda} Johnson is the author of Memoirs of An Addict: Fact or Fiction.

    Inspired by her story as someone living with co-occurring disorders, Rhonda offers insight from a dynamic perspective, drawing from her personal experiences, clinical education, and professional work background. She feels compelled and empowered to be an advocate of change by promoting Hope that recovery is a Process and it is Possible. 

    A graduate from the Dept. of Behavioral Health’s Co-Occurring Clinical Competency Course, and the Office of Consumer and Family Affairs Certified Peer Specialist Certification Program, both in her hometown of Washington, DC, she has become a leader amongst her peers by sharing  her challenges and experiences within the recovery of mental health and addiction’s  communities through motivational speaking and interactive workshop presentations.

    M/R Johnson is the creator of several social networking groups that she facilitates on LinkedIn, {ATT} Addiction the Truth, and Certified Peer Specialists {United} on Facebook where members can engage or start therapeutic discussions of interest by  demonstrating leadership and share education to unite in knowledge.

    M/R Johnson believes her time has come, and that no matter what challenges a person encounters in this road to life, “All things are possible with FAITH in God!”


  • 00:31

    Memoirs of An Over Comer

    in Spirituality

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR Author | Minister | Inspirational Speaker | Mentor Minister Shawneya Ellis has been in ministry for 11 years. For many of those years, Shawneya has worked with youth ministry, intercessory prayer, community outreach, and has organized special events. She has dedicated her life to helping others and being a worker in the Lord’s church. It is her passion to help women and men overcome brokenness, past hurts, and a state of hopelessness. For over four years Minister Ellis has assisted in the treatment of detox, substance abuse, and mental health patients at a well known hospital. Shawneya is the mother of five and has been married to husband, William Ellis since August of 2012.

    ABOUT THE BOOK Memoirs Of An Over Comer,This autobiography tells the story of what one young girl had to do to survive. It reflects how she overcame numerous trials and tribulations to become a fearless woman of God. You will laugh and you will cry. You will be captivated and unable to put it down. But most of all, you will praise God from whom all blessings flow and appreciate the author for stepping out on faith to help others who are or who have been in her situation. Many times we don’t know the words in which to pray in the times we need God the most. For your edification the author has included over-comer tools and prayers to combat life’s issues. These are little nuggets that the author has learned along the way. The trials of this author come from a real place and speak to the hearts of not just Christians but any woman who has had to endure the trials of this life. 

  • 02:00

    Memoirs Of A Starving Black Women with Joy Lanier

    in Relationships

    It's FREAKY FRIDAY and the J's are finally back together to love, laugh and learn our way through the shyt that plaques us all!

    It's that time ladies and gents. "Memoirs Of A Starving Black Woman" book signing event is TOMORROW, SATURDAY OCTOBER 25TH and she's back with us to share another sizzling story from her work of art.

    She's a lady that I've come to love and admire. She achieved something that only a few will EVER experience! Not because they aren't capable...but because they aren't willing to do the work!!! She's done her work and now it's time for the world to embrace her awesome contribution!

    Tune in...call in...write in... and don't forget to answer the FREAKY FRIDAY QOTD: HAVE YOU EVER HAD TO USE ANY VARIATION OF THE '9 WORDS THAT SHOCKED US ALL'?

    You don't know what those 9 words are? Go to The ChickShyt & Real Talk Radio Show FB page to find out!!!


  • 00:28

    The Nikki Rich Show talks with Damiacci

    in Entertainment

    The Nikki Rich Show talks with Damiacci North Carolina Music Artist. 

    Damiacci is a R&B/Pop singer, songwriter and producer from the Charlotte, N.C. area. Damiacci sings tenor and writes songs from male and female perspectives. He has written and composed music from the age of 15 and started his professional career later on. Damiacci released his first EP "The Prologue" December 2013. He is currently working on his next project. "Memoirs Of WYNTR" due spring 2016. 


  • 01:03

    Totally Whole Presents - "Rediscovering Your Dreams Part II"

    in Self Help

    Are there dreams inside of you that have not been fulfilled?  Has life shut down your hope and ability to dream?  Today's episode is the second part of a series on helping you to rediscover your dreams and pursue your passion.  Dr. Cook will interview Dr. Patty Fitzhugh CEO and founder of It's a New Day, Midlife Resource Center and It's a New Day Ministries.  Dr. Patty is the host of two Talk Shows "Morning Coffee" and "Managing Midlife."  She is an author of the book The Move: Memoirs of a Mid Life Crisis which will be released Spring 2016. Tune in and be inspired.

    Dial 646-929-0630 to listen in.  To ask a question or comment hit "1". 

  • 00:55

    A Kind Voice on Books : Interview with Nisha Coleman

    in Lifestyle

    After graduation, Nisha Coleman packed her bags and headed to Paris, France. She spent three years there, performing with her violin to make a living. This week, on A Kind Voice on Books, Nisha will stop by to talk about the memoir she wrote chronicling her experiences abroad, "Busker: Stories from the Streets of Paris". We'll ask Nisha about the people she met, the music she played, and get the details about the book that describes it all. And as always, we'll talk to Nisha about her reading habits and which books she recommends as favorites. If you have a question for Nisha, please join our conversation at 347-850-8907, or email us at books@akindvoice.org. We hope you can join us!

    Hosted by Erin Rae. 

  • 03:29

    Live Chat:Robert Brotha Blaze Murray actor,author,poet & Reggae Artist DRE & KJ

    in Music

     Robert Brotha Blaze Murray is an actor, author, poet, playwright and screenwriter from Philadelphia, Pa. He authored the book Memoirs of a Neophyte which was published in Oct. 2012. His full length stageplay Footies was copywritten in 2013 and performed in Community Theater in Willingboro, N.J. Brotha Blaze also performs spoken word poetry and has a book of poetry pending publication late 2015 which will be followed by a novel. He pen and performing talents to theater, short films, and full feature productions. A born entertainer with musical roots and a distinctive voice, the acting bug never silenced his pen. His aim is to tell compelling inspiring stories and create new opportunities for other artists. 

     Andre  “Dre”  Waugh  and  Kreshna  “KJ”  Jones,  have  been   making  an  impression  on  the  Jamaican  music  scene  with  well  received   performances  at  events  such  as  the  Gungo  Walk  Arts  and  Music  Festival,  TVJ’s   Sportsman  and  Woman  of  the  Year  Awards,  Portland  Jerk  Festival,  Christmas  and   Summer  in  the  Park  Concert  Series,  Wickie  Wackie  Live  and  Nanook  and  Jamnesia  Jam   Sessions.  They  have  also  toured  West  Africa  (2001)  as  part  of  a  team  that   represented  Jamaica  at  Panafest  and  Europe  (2008)  and  have  produced  two  of  their   own  live  shows,  Dre  &  KJ  and  Friends  (2012)  and  Groundation  (2014). 

  • 00:32

    The Lez Talk Tour Presents: Claudia Moss

    in Writing

    Join Stephanie and Lauren as they chat with Claudia Moss, writer and video blogger, about her upcoming work. This podcast is the first in a series of conversations with the contributors and editors of Lez Talk: A Collection of Black Lesbian Fiction. 

    Claudia Moss is the author of two novels, Dolly: The Memoirs of a High School Graduate (Holloway House) and If You Love Me, Come. She is the author of a short story series about the feisty character, Wanda B. Wonders, who appears in Wanda B. Wonders Speaks Her Mind, Wanda B. Takes the Cake and Wanda B. Sings the Bailout Blues. A poet, Claudia's premiere poetry collection is Soft Tsunami.  Her short fiction has appeared in a host of anthologies including Longing, Lust, and Love: Black Lesbian Stories, Gietic: Erotic Poems/Kinky Short Stories, The Lust Chronicles, The Hoot & Holler of the Owls, Purple Panties, SWING!, Bombshells and Bois and Gaslight.  Claudia Moss is a 2014 Lambda Literary Fellow of the Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices. Currently, she is compiling and editing healing narratives for the anthology, To Honor the Heart: Women's Stories of Rape.