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Nina Foxx is an award-winning filmmaker, playwright, and novelist. She writes as both Nina Foxx and Cynnamon Foster. Her work has appeared on numerous bestseller lists around the country, and her films have won awards at the Sundance Film Festival, the Tribeca Film Festival, Cannes, and the Rome InternationalFilm Festival. Originally from Jamaica, New York, she lives with her family near Seattle, Washington, where she works in Human-Computer interaction for a major software company.
La Jill Hunt is a native of Mobile, AL who burst onto the literary scene in 2003 with her debut novel, Drama Queen. The memorable characters she created and the entertaining stories she told quickly drew best-selling success and a following of fans, young and old. Although known for her urban chic-lit novels, she has also contributed to the street anthology series Around the Way Girls, and penned an urban romance Another Sad Love Song.
Curtis Bunn is an award-winning sports journalist in Washington, D.C. (his hometown), New York and Atlanta, Curtis made the transition in 2001 to novelist and has been crafting in-depth, humorous, insightful, smart stories that have become favorites of avid readers and book clubs across the country.
From Essence No. 1 bestselling Baggage Check to the most recent The Old Man In The Club (and everything in between), his books resonate with those who enjoy realistic stories that evoke all the emotions and are can’t-put-down works. He created the National Book Club Conference in 2003, and it has since evolved into one of the premier annual literary events that support African-American authors and readers (www.nationalbookclubconference.com).
D"Marcus Glasper writes poetry that touches the soul.
JT Wynn book is collection of poetry that deals with a heartbroken teen.
ReShonda is the national bestselling author of more than 35 books.
A much sought-after public speaker, ReShonda is a winner of the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literature for her book Say Amen, Again and was nominated again in 2013 for her book The Secret She Kept. She has won numerous awards for her journalism, fiction and poetry writing skills. She is a five-time winner of the National Association of Black Journalists Spirit in the Words competition.
Vanessa Richardson is an author, playwright, online Blog Talk Radio Show The Certain Ones, and Founder and Editor-In-Chief of The Certain Ones Online Magazine.She utilizes The Certain Ones Magazine and The Certain Ones Talk Show to connect with like-minded people to build bridges that leads to business, spiritual, and physical success. She is a woman on the move and loves to inspire others to their purpose,
Norlita Brown, a Detroit native, holds a BA in English from Georgia State University. She is the Vice-President and co-founder of Brown Essence, Inc. She is the co-author of Stages, a self-motivational book filled with inspirational words of wisdom; Saying Nothing, Writing Everythingand The Minds' Chaotic Episodes, collections of poetry where the many emotions of life are captured. She has also released two novels, Somebody Else's Vows which poses the question of whether or not marriage vows come with a turn off valve for other attractions and its sequelSexual Suicide which explores the consequences that come from not adhering to the turn off valve.
Tamika Newhouse is a self-published bestselling author who founded Delphine Publications, at the age of 21; Tamika appeared on various bestseller lists and won Self Published Author of the Year at the 2009 African American Literary Awards only 9 months after her debut novel. In 2010 she was inducted into Who’s who in Black San Antonio and she landed a major publishing deal without an agent and still continues to write independent projects. In 2011 her company Delphine Publications won an African American Literary Award for Best Anthology as well as Tamika won for the second time Self Published Author of the Year. She was also nominated by the National Women in Business Association for the 2011 Entrepreneurial Spirit Award. In 2013 she was honored with the Author of Distinction E. Lynn Harris Award. Her latest award for the 2013 African American Literary Award for self published author of the year.
Her latest book, The Words I Didn't Say, will be released June 24, 2014.
Yona Deshommes is a literary Powerhouse.Currently, she is the senior publicity manager of Atria Publishing Group, an imprint of the legendary publishing powerhouse Simon & Schuster, Inc She is responsible for the publicity and marketing plans for some of the most highly anticipated books of 2014.
Yona Deshommes is responsible for coordinating publicity for Strebor Books, Atria's African-American literature line, and is the in-house publicity liaison for Cash Money Content Books. She has worked with myriad authors that include New York Timesbestselling authors Common (One Day It'll All Make Sense), TD Jakes (Let It Go) and Zane (Addicted). Her current and upcoming projects include Mayor for Life by Marion Barry with Omar Tyree, Things I Should Have Told My Daughter by Pearl Cleage, Black and White by Richard Williams and Glow by Rick James with David Ritz.
Mary Monroe is a book club and critic favoriite.Her books are loved by countless readers. Her first novel was THE UPPER ROOM was published by St. Martin's Press in 1985 and was widely reviewed throughout the U.S. and in Great Britain. An excerpt is included in Terry McMillan's anthologyBREAKING ICE. She endured fifteen years and hundreds of more rejection letters before I landed a contract for my second novel, GOD DON'T LIKE UGLY. It was published in October 2000 by Kensington Books.
Her latest book, Family of Lies, is one the most anticpated books of 2014.
Kim Gotbooks Knight is passionate about literacy. She is a book club president and book promoter. She is also the owner of Between The Lines Bookstore located the Baton Rouge area.
BLESSEDselling Author E. N. Joy is the writer behind the five book series, “New Day Divas,” coined the “Soap Opera In Print.” Formerly writing secular works under the names Joylynn M. Jossel and JOY, this award winning author has been sharing her literary expertise on conference panels.
Patricia Haley-Glass, who writes under the pen name of Patricia Haley, is an award winning national bestselling author. She earned the title of ‘trailblazer’ after achieving remarkable success with her first faith-based novel in 1998. The self-published novel, Nobody's Perfect, sold nearly 20,000 copies in an industry where selling 5,000 copies at the time was highly regarded.
Colette (Ford) Harrell the author of the debut novel The Devil Made Me Do It is passionate about the written word. Holding a master’s degree, she is a director of human services. She is cofounder of COJACK Productions, a Christian entertainment company. As an active member of her church, Kingdom Christian Center, she serves in several ministries.
Originally from Jamaica West Indies, Michelle Lindo-Rice calls herself a lifelong learner. A pastor’s kid, Michelle upholds the faith, preaching, teaching and ministering through praise and worship
Keisha Bass been a teacher and a coach for fifteen years. In the non-fiction arena, She has been published on two online websites, as well as, Vista magazine by Wesleyan Publishing House and Living Magazine.
Joyce A. Brown is a motivational speaker and author who uses her creative energy to give voice and meaning to the challenges women face in all walks of life .Sh has served as a direct services worker, executive director, program director for a major foundation, and an entrepreneur. Joyce has experienced many uplifting moments as a professional and as a dedicated parent and strives to bring those events and lessons to life through her characters in the contemporary fiction novels she pens.
Chicago native, DJ McLaurin, is the author of the provocative new novel, What if it Feels Good? A graduate of DePaul University and a Certified Public Accountant, DJ has worked in various fields including banking, auditing, a twenty-two year stint in radio, and, most recently, the Theatre Industry. Prior to venturing into the world of writing contemporary fiction, DJ wrote plays for local venues which are still in circulation today.
Renee' Sunday, M.D. is the founder and CEO of Sunday Publishing Company, LLC., and RS Commerce, P.C.
She have practiced anesthesia for over thirteen years. Her mission is to encourage and empower others to enjoy life and obtain their dreams. Furthermore, She enjoys being an instrument in God's Plan to render services to others and to show compassion, love, and the standard of care." Empower others to propel their message to the world.
Renee' is a radio and television personality- Host of Good Deeds Radio & TV Show and Co-host of Living Day By Day TV Show.
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Join hosts Tosha Michelle and Niles as La Literati brings you our first ever round table discussion.
Terry Demeo- our Brooklyn girl who loves perfume, cooking, baking, art, visiting museums, music, poetry, classic movies from Hollywood's Golden Age, dancing, and chocolate
Heather Culford- our Canadian friend. Heather is a Mental Health Advocate and Graphic Artist. She loves Big Brother, donuts, stalking celebrities and getting her funny on.
Jane Rothman- our Philly chick with a heart of gold and style to rival Tim Gunn. Jane is an actress and host of Chit Chat Chicks.
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On the next Pelvic Messenger, Diane Lee will discuss the forces that affect the pelvic floor and how to maintain pelvic floor health!
Diane Lee has been practicing physical therapy for almost 40 years, and she is the owner and senior Therapist at Diane Lee and Associates. Diane is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapist Association since 1976, and she is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT) since 1981. In addition, she created the Com-pressor, a unique, patented sacroiliac support belt as well as the newly released Baby Belly Belt, a specialized pelvic support with broader applications
Diane is internationally recognized as an expert in the field of thoracic, lumbar, sacroiliac, and pelvic disability and pain. The fourth and latest edition of her popular book, The Pelvic Girdle, serves as a crucial guide for many practitioners. The theory behind The Integrated Systems Model for Disability & Pain, an approach co-developed with L-J Lee, is an evidence based whole body/person approach to help optimize function and performance. This approach considers regional alignment, biomechanics and control during meaningful task analysis and determines something called the ‘primary driver’ when there are multiple sites failing to transfer load well during the task being analysed. The primary driver is the area of the body that when treated will have the biggest impact on function and performance of the rest of the body. Diane treats, teaches, writes, and creates. Her enormous contributions to the world of pelvic floor physical therapy are recognized and appreciated.
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