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I thought I was destined to be a rich and famous entertainer. I see now that my destiny is to reach and touch others by my words.
My life story is so raw and compelling because I decided to tell the good,bad and the ugly. I still want to be rich,and I'm already famous in my mind. Those that know me will say I am a bundle of fire ready to spread my Mackiness throughout the universe. I say I am on a mission to be heard and I am using my talent as a writer to complete that mission!
It Gets No Realer Than That!- Call in to speak to the beautiful MACK MAMA!
Mack Mama can be contacted via email email@example.com also, her books can be purchased anywhere ebooks are sold. She has an erotic series called Goddess written under Mackalicious. Also her music can be downloaded from Itunes and Amazon. Visit www.starstatuspublishing.com www.mackmamamentor.com www.mackmamaworld.com Follow her on twitter @MackMama and Instagram @mackmama1. Like her facebook MackMama
Maurice Bishop, a powerful, spoken word Poet currently serving in the United States Army, was raised in South Philly. Witnessing the death of his best friend in a drive-by and being kicked out of his parents’home made him realize he needed to change his lifestyle. He began transforming his thoughts and feelings on paper into poetry. He joined the Army in 2006, and traveled the states performing his poetry at Drexel University, World Live Café,YMCARecreation Center,The Free Library of Philadelphia at the Youth PoetrySlam (2006 Semi-Finalist), The Memorial Hall Talent Show and the Talil Chapel Christmas Concert while deployed in Iraq, and various churches in his community. In 2009, he released his first Poetic Muse, Blood on Paper.
That same year,he encountered a great loss when he learned his son died of a Heart Murmur. Later, he learned of a fellow soldier,who was suffering from PTSD, committed suicide. These experiences took its toll, and Maurice began having nightmares,intense mood swings, and as a result began drinking heavily. He later found out he was also uffering from PTSD.
With all his struggles and experiences in life,he continued to write heartfelt poetry, and feels it’s his duty to do the will of God by traveling the states educating, informing, and inspiring God’s people through spoken word. Bishop accredits his healing to his Devotion and Prayer to serving God, and the unconditional love from his beautiful wife.
Sa"id Salaam is a the author of over 20+ books. His pen is creative...thought provoking and undoubtable diabolic! We will tap into the man behing the pen on todays show! Here are a few reviews from his readers! This is a review from Sherrie she was fascinated by his latest release; Dope Girl 4. It was released Jan 6th and already has 28 reviews 27 5 star and one 4 star review!
Dope Girl Series: http://amzn.to/1zbXk6I
STRAIGHT GLASS!!!! (5STARS)
This is one of those books its hard to give a review on because you dont want to give out spoilers but you cant just say it was good because thats an understatement.
Everything about this book is straight glass...from the cover to the characters to the knowledge being dropped to the humor to the very end.
I waited on pins and needles for this book to drop and now I can't wait to discuss it because it was truly awesome.
If you thinking about reading it, make sure you start from the very beginning. It's the only way to truly understand the dope girl and her family of misfits.
My name is K Sherrie
And I recommend this read
#MMDR #KSherrie #SODCP #2015CSWS
Born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in Peekskill, New York, Ty Marshall, is one of the hottest new writers in the Urban Fiction game. His authentic depiction of the streets based off real life and real world experiences set him apart from the pack. His ability to write fiction from a real place makes him special, but it's the seamless way he weaves the two worlds together that makes him an undeniable talent.
Handpicked by "New York Times Best Selling Author" JaQuavis Coleman, Ty recently joined Official Writer's League (O.W.L.) where he will stay true to the company's mantra and demonstrate the highest level of storytelling with the help of O.W.L. founders Ashley & JaQuavis. His debut novel, Eat, Prey and No Love has dine quite well and he is currently dropping his latest sure penned fire starter KEYS TO THE KINGDOM. Ty is a proud father and husband that resides in Georgia
"Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition" -Marilyn Monroe
Hailing from St. Louis, MO, Shadress Denise is a writer and graphic designer. Shadress Denise is a newly published author who has been writing poetry and short stories for over 10 years. She attended DeVry University where she earned her degree in Graphic Design and is currently attending Lindenwood University to earn her Masters in Communications.
With such a strong passion for the arts, Shadress Denise has written five books of poetry and one set of short stories that have not been released yet. Her fifth book; Disturbia, is a collection of letters and poems and was the first book published in February 2014. Currently residing in St. Louis, Missouri, Shadress Denise has released Who Do You Love? the first book to the series and is currently working on book 2 and also a cllab is in the making as well as a new drop for feb 13th....Tune in to find out what....
"Let's Talk About It" is abut Relationships in all area. It's a forum where we can discuss things that the body of believers don't want to touch, address or share personal issues in a small or large setting but is happening in our every day lives. We will be discussing SEX in every form and RELATIONSHIP. Please feel free to post anything and we mean any topics you would like for us to discuss.
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It is with GREAT PLEASURE to announce that LaShelle LaLa Crump--Executive for "Let's Talk Gospel' will be the FEATURED GUEST on BonaFide Talk.
This show is primarily dedicated to artists...& how to market their talents>>>>>May be some things that "VETERAN MARKETERS" may have overlooked!
HOWEVER...there will be some things that will be shared about "living that Christ-like walk" that can apply to ALL!
Tuesday, March 31st...8pmEST/7pmCST/5pmPST
How do you feel about having one month to celebrate and educate on the history of African Americans? Do you feel that the month of February was chosen to because it is the shortest month of the year? Do you believe that Black History should be a course in schools for all ages as is regular history? Let's talk about it!