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Today, we will Celebrating the Life of Shakil L. Williams.
Back in 2005, I loss my son to leukemia 2 days after his 12th birthday.
Today he would have been 22 years old. He was born on December, 16th, 1993.
If you knew Shakil, call in and let's chat.
Bonus... I will be having the Book Giveaway too! I want to thank all the Authors who donated and
signed a copy of their book/books.
This is a time for Joy.
Join Tanika Chancellor Dillard and Author Sharnel Williams
We will be discussing the loss of a child.
Listen to our stories and we will love to listen to your story.
Loosing a child during pregnancy or after birth is a traumatic, emotional experience. This type of unspeakable loss keeps many parents silent about the child they've lost. Join us as we Break the Silence and offer support to those who have been touched by pregnancy and infant loss.
Author Sharnel Williams
Living in the projects most of all my childhood life, made me appreciate life even more today. I was raised in Newark, NJ in three different projects, up to the age of seventeen. I would love to take you on my journey, from a child living in the projects to the woman that I have become. Here’s my story, reminiscing and growing up in the projects.
Author Vanessa Santiago-Jerman
20 floors and concrete walls, Manhattanville Projects is the place that I called my home for several years. Living in the projects was fun, challenging and definitely a learning experience. To the outside world we lived in the ghetto, the slums the hood, but I called it my home. Take a look into my life growing up as a young girl from the project into a woman, mother, wife and author that is a product of the projects I grew up in. The projects made me who I am today.
I'm a wife, mother, grandmother and writer. I was born and raise in Newark, NJ. I lost my son in 2005, after his 12th b-day. I wrote my first non-fiction book in 2011 "What Do A Mother Do? The Shakil Williams Story". Based on my son battling leukemia. My second non-fiction book in 2013 "A Mother Worst Nightmare, Read Our Story, Share Our Angels" was co-written with Author Nicole. I'm working on my 3rd book, this will be my first fiction out in spring 2014. I want to thank everyone for their support.
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She wrote her first novel when she was fifteen years old while attending University City High-School. What started out as just a short story to help her cope with the accidental and devastating murder of a friend, turned into a full length, 893 handwritten paged novel after being encouraged to continue writing more by her peers. Years later, A Thug’s Redemption along with its two sequels, became Amazon Best Sellers and featured in Yo! Raps Magazine. Yani had previously been known for her writing through her edgy poetry, which granted her an invitation to the Tri-State’s number 1 Hip-Hop and R&B radio station, Power 99FM, to recite her popular poem “Why Tyrone Can’t Read” in 2001. Since then, Yani has attended open mic nights, reciting her poetry throughout Philadelphia. Yani has been featured on numerous blogs and has made guest appearances on various blog-talk radio shows. She was also a featured author at the 2013 National Black Book Festival in Houston, Texas. Yani still resides in Philadelphia with her three children and is working on her sixth novel.
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This evening, I will be giving away several books that was donated, from Authors all over. You will get a chance to read, the books you never read. Let's Thank, All The Authors. That took the time out their busy schedule to donate a book and make someone happy. I will be picking several of callers, who call in. Contact me @
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Shar-Shey Publishing Company "Presents" Their first Anthology; Love, Marriage, and Divorce written by LaQueisha Malone, Rashonda Jones Aiken, & Alma Collins Thomas coming soon. Let's show some love for these amazing authors. Tune in Live, to chat with us. Call in @ (347)215-9970 @ 6pm est.
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Author Linda Diane Wattley,
She is a published writer who began her first
work of art with poetry. The poem, "I Wish" appeared in the
Poetry Gem of the American Poets Society. For over twelve years
she had her own religious/philosophical column in the Frost
Illustrated Newspaper titled "The Best Will Show Themselves".
Linda has appeared as a contributed writer for the online
magazines including: Faith Writers, The Wright Side of Me
Productions, The Blessed Room and Cheers where she shared
Inspirational and thought provoking messages to readers. She is
also a contributing of anthologies: The Triumph of My Soul edited
by Elissa Gabriel and This Far by Faith with Vanessa Miller as
editor. Today, God has awakened her to a new and extremely important
message to share with the world. We must become more
conscious of PTSD, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; she is
presenting her newest work: Soldier with a Backpack, Living and
Dying Simultaneously. This work reveals the reality of the impact
this disorder has on our veterans and civilian people's lives. It
takes you deep within the soul of the inner dynamics of this
disorder. Stress and Trauma is guiding us farther away from love.
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Author Sunny Giovanni
In southern Dallas, Texas, Sunny Giovanni-- or "Gio" as she likes to be called-- was born on the 5th day of June in 1989. Gio has had a very strong history with literature, diversifying from poetry to thriller short stories as a way to vent her frustrations. The genres she pens includes Urban, African American Romance, Thriller and Paranormal. In only two years she has published 31 books, 25 of which were self-published. The mother of 3 and advocate of the LGBTSQ community and Anti-Depression is not slowing down at just 26 years of age and she swears that there is no retirement plan as of yet. There is more that she is currently dabbling into such as theater and two web-series.
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Florence J. Beauchene,
A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Florence J. Beauchene has known since age 12 that she wanted
to be a writer. Florence enjoyed writing short stories as a hobby, and later wrote for her high
school and college newspapers. She realized early that writing was never boring because there
was always a story to tell.
Her earliest inspiration for story-telling came from Dr. Maya Angelou. Florence felt connected
to the poet and author after reading ‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’ and learning Dr.
Angelou once lived in St. Louis. She also admired Dr. Angelou’s masterful way with the English
language, using word descriptions not only to help readers visualize settings, but also to feel
what was happening during each scene.
It is with that admiration and passion that Florence developed her writing voice as she strives to
connect with her readers through written expressions. Florence’s motto for her craft: “Writing
with purpose books that change people’s world!”
Florence chose to write the ‘On the Way to Love’ erotica series under the pen name Jewel
Fontaine to give the series a distinct brand – separate from her other writing genres.
Florence currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia. She holds a master’s degree in leadership. Her
corporate work experience and knowledge base includes human resources, program
management and community development.
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