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  • 00:52

    Evening with Ella Curry and Brittani Williams

    in Books

    Join BAN Radio Show host Ella Curry, president of EDC Creations, as she celebrates the new year with one the most talented authors in the business, Brittani Williams! We will learn more about the featured books and hear the author read from her new releases.
    Brittani Williams is an American author of Urban Fiction. Brittani is best known for her novels Daddy's Little Girl and The Black Diamond Trilogy.
    Brittani Williams was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, but currently resides in Newark, Delaware.  After much encouragement from family, friends and co-workers alike Brittani, a single mother, focused on writing while on a break from school. She completed her first manuscript in 2005 which was titled Automatic Princess.
    The last five years have definitely been a blessing for Brittani with the highly successful release of Daddy’s Little Girl and tons of great feedback from readers all over. She has had the opportunity to participate in two anthology projects Fantasy (Urban Lifestyle Press) and Flexin’ & Sexin’ (Life Changing Books).  With the release of Sugar Walls, her sophomore novel she had four projects in circulation, all released in the same year. In 2008, she came back even stronger with The Cathouse, a novel that she co-wrote with authors Anna J and Laurinda D. Brown. In December 2008 Black Diamond, her third novel was released on Urban books with a sequel Black Diamond 2: Nicety Release in May 2010.
    Her next venture is successfully running her own publishing company, Trendsetters Publications. The company will release four novels at the start of 2013, two of which are the first two installments in a teen series written by Brittani called The Pretty Committee.  In addition to all of these things the ink is almost dry on her non-profit organization, which will launch in 2013.  

  • 01:00

    Brittani Williams co-author of The Cathouse

    in Books

    Brittani Williams co-author of The Cathouse

  • 01:13

    Sunday Night Author Spotlight w/ Brittani Williams

    in Radio

    Over the last 5 years, you've heard some of the biggest authors in the world featured on "The Dedan Tolbert Show". Tune into "The Sunday Night Author Spotlight" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST with special guest, Best Selling Author, Brittani Williams. Listen LIVE as we discuss her new novel, Black Diamond 3, by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.blogtalkradio.com/dedantolbert

  • 00:56

    The 24hrmom Show Welcome Brittani Williams

    in Moms and Family

    24hrmom welcomes Brittani Williams. She is the founder of The Bad Choices Campaign that is worthy of the shine. The Bad Choices Campaign was birthed from personal experiences of Ms. Williams along with the need to lead, guide, direct and empower the youth of today. Far to many young people have been failed and or misguided by someone that they believed in.

    Writer, Director & Producer: Brittani Williams is the National Best Selling Author of 4 Adult Novels including Daddy's Little Girl and Black Diamond plus 3 collaborations and short stories.Join is to hear about how she is changing the world through the world of literary.

    All this and more will be discussed on the 24hr Mom show! Tune in, don't miss it. You can call in to comment or ask questions live (646) 378-0291

  • 00:30

    Up Close & Personal: Brittani Williams

    in Lifestyle


    Today's show will feature best selling author Brittani Williams. Ms. Williams was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, where she currently resides. She began writing when a school assignment required her to write a short play. This assignment showed her how far her imagination could go, and it helped her escape the drama of the world around her. Writing is a career for Brittani, and she has found what she loves. She dreams of becoming as successful as some of her favorite authors. Brittani Williams is also the proud mother of a six year old. She's currently hard at work

  • 01:00

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

    in Religion

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

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    Callywood Live with Shae Williams

    in Entertainment

    Every now and then, there comes a talent well beyond their years in the business that is hard to explain just how andwhy they arrived at their destiny. Perhaps (Shae) Keisha Williams was created for the purpose of entertaining others with her gifts of singing and acting even before she knew it.


    During her studies of classical and jazz music at McNeese State University, her sharpattention to detail and creative edge became more refined. With an academic classical background in hand and the determination of a rising star, Shae followed her dreams and moved to Nashville, Tennessee, in 2002. She combined her gospel roots, classical training and sultry charm to mesmerize audiences in Music City’s competitive R&B circuit. Shae’s melodic vocals graced legendary venues such as BB King, Rhythm Kitchen, Love Noise and Lucy Blu in addition to major music festivals such as the Spanish festival and the African Street Festival.


    This natural talent continues to practice live arts in true renaissance fashion, performing in urban theatre and currently recording her latest R&B album. Shae’s critically acclaimed team includes Grammy nominated producers Alvin Garrett, whose musical catalog includes Joe, Johnny Gill, and Ruben Studdard, producer Roger Ryan whose production and performance credits include Whitney Houston, Wynonna Judd, Faith Evans, Oleta Adams and Kirk Franklin and Michael J Gaines, whose musical credits includes Cher, Kelly Price, Eric Clapton, Anointed, The Pointer Sisters and Shirley Murdock. A down south girl born with the gift of bringing life to the stage–Shae has the charisma to draw you in and the sensual appeal to keep you on the edge of your seat wanting more.


     

  • 00:30

    Minister Cynthia Marie Williams / Chicago city clerk Dorthy Brown

    in Spirituality

    Minister Cynthia Marie Williams / The guest will be  Chicago city clerk Dorthy Brown talking about the prision system   ...   This will a great radio show and we want you to call in and tell a friend .


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    (646) 478-0215


     

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  • 02:01

    Tourney Talk: MASS

    in Basketball

    For the first time ever, Williams sits down with legendary players from the Mass Dynasty.


    Episode 3 to a 6 Part Series

  • 01:31

    Wardell's Love Zone

    in Entertainment

                                                     THE FEELING OF BELONGING TO SOMEONE


    The feeling of belonging to someone is so powerful because, don't forget it's a feeling and feelings are not necessarily right or wrong they just exist and we have to deal with them. When you meet someone you like  and I'm talking in a romantic sense, and as the days and weeks go by then you start to feel like I want her to mine or him to be mine that's the feeling of wanting to belong to someone and it just comes out of nowhere even though you set yourself up for it. I just pray and hope that when that happens to you that the other person that you have feelings for feels the same way as you do.


    With that being said we have to be careful because there's so many different ways people look at belonging to someone and someone belonging to them.


    Telling your beloved, "You belong to me," is common among lovers, but it is politically incorrect these days: Each of us is autonomous and should not belong to another person. Needless to say, no one literally belongs to anyone else. But can we speak about belonging in a psychological sense? I believe we can and should.


    The term "belonging" has various meanings. Two major meanings are "possession" and "acceptance as a natural part." If belonging is taken in its literal sense of possession, then it is obviously wrong in a relationship, since possessing your partner implies ownership and control. However, if it is understood in the sense of being accepted as a natural part, it makes romantic sense.