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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Cassietta Jefferson to Conversations LIVE to discuss her literary journey and the book SHADES OF BROWN.
WordThirst Literary Journal & Gospel showcase is a contemporary vehicle for satisfying our thirst for the written word and ultimately,our thirst for God's word through various creative venues.On this segment we will interview author Cassietta Jefferson.
Turn The Pages Get To Know Author Cassietta Jefferson is a contemporary Christian author, publisher, and blogger. She is the newest Editor in Chief for Journey, the For My Sister Friends newsletter, and the founder of Virtuous Ink Publishing. She has a passion for reading and writing, and seeks to provide her readers with the best in contemporary Christian literature. Cassietta is currently preparing for the release of a collection of short stories as well as the much anticipated follow up to her first novel 'Be Still & Know.'.
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Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell-Jordan your host. My co-host Jamie White is joining me today and we're having the opportunity to chat with contemporary Christian author, publisher, editor, and blogger Cassietta Jefferson. She joins us as part of her Write Now Literary Virtual Tour!
Cassietta Jefferson She is the newest book reviewer for Prophetic Worship Intensive Christ Unit (PWICU); a faith based Radio and TV media platform. She is also the founder of Virtuous Ink Publishing LLC where she seeks to provide her readers with the best in contemporary Christian literature. In 2012, Cassietta published her first novel, Be Still & Know and published a novella, Timing is everything, the following year. Her latest book, Shades of Brown, is now available in print and ebook versions.
Contact: Website: http://www.virtuousinkpublishing.com/
Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States: Deist or Christian? Dr. Chaps interviews Jerry Newcombe about new evidence in his book, "Doubting Thomas".
Reminisce would blame the streets for the way her life turned out. She grew up poor, insecure and wanting the finer things in life. That’s where Jimmy came in at. He was a hustler and soon able to give Reminisce all the things in life she dreamed of. The problem was, Jimmy not only took care of her, and he also indulged in the finer things of life too. He was an obsessive cheater and a womanizer. Their relationship was entering the fifth year and things had gotten worse. But Reminisce loved Jimmy and was willing to put up with his bullshit as long as the money kept coming. But things changed when some men broke in the house to rob Jimmy and nearly killed them both during the robbery. Reminisce wanted out. She retreated to writing poetry, something she used to do as a little girl. She soon found strength in her heart to want out. Jimmy got arrested and she found her first real chance of leaving Jimmy. But would she make it on her own without the drug money Jimmy provided? Reminisce blames the streets but the streets doesn’t owe anyone any loyalty. Dangerously In Love is a modern love tale filled with danger, passion, and one woman’s dream of escape.
Author Aletta Hodges is poet and writer born and raised in Mid-Michigan. Her debut novel, Dangerously In Love was published in October 2014 on Cinematic Ink, a subsidiary of SBR Publications, owned and operated by best selling author David Weaver. Aletta currently lives in Lansing Michigan where she is a Dental Assistant and Tax Preparer. She began writing poetry at the age of twelve and has always been an avid reader. Her poems have long been sought out by fans and friends alike for years. Her book, Dangerously In Love is a trilogy series that chronicles a love tale filled with danger, passion and one woman’s dream of escape.
Back by popular demand! Ron E Jefferson, author of LISTEN to the MEN ... THINK For Yourself!
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Tonight he will talk about his book, and give us more to feed on regarding MEN.
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Speakers are Mark Baird and Steve Baird
“We want to send a message to government that this is a movement for the people, by the people, and we’re not going to let the government stand in the way of equal representation for the people of the North State,” Baird said Friday. “We’ll be talking about our plans in Shasta County. Since the Board of Supervisors refuses to listen to what we even have to say, we’re going to use another method to get a declaration in Shasta County.”
At the heart the movement are calls for representation for rural Northern California counties and residents. Baird said the Jefferson model would ensure one state senator and at least one assembly person for each county in the new state, returning to a legislative structure similar to one used in California up until the mid-1960s.
Already seven counties have issued their support for joining the push to form a 51st state, most recently Lake County whose supervisors voted 3-2 earlier this week to pass a related resolution, the Lake County News reports (http://bit.ly/1MFczJt ). However, supervisors there said they will revisit the matter on March 3 following questions about the resolution’s wording.
Modoc County made national headlines in late 2013 when it became the first county to officially join the Jefferson bid. Others that have issued their backing include Tehama, Glenn, Sutter, Yuba and Siskiyou counties.
While some have been quick to jump on the bandwagon, other counties have not been so willing to break away from the Golden State.About 57 percent of voters in Tehama County last June approved a ballot measure to join Jefferson, while a majority of Del Norte County residents, some 58 percent, decided against the idea.