Monday, July 2, 2012

Good morning fam! Today do ‘Kiss & Tell.' Give someone a friendly kiss that has been in your corner and tell them how much you appreciate them. Live RICH!

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Good morning fam! Spending time with a good friend aids to a healthy day! I'm getting a big dose today. You do the same. Live RICH!

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Good morning fam! "What separates the winners from the losers is how a person reacts to each new twist of fate."--Donald Trump
Live RICH!

Monday, June 25, 2012

The Literary Bones of a Story, Part 2

Groucho Marx, the Marx brothers, the Three Stooges, Betty Davis, Betty Boop, Evel Knievel, and the list of memorable names goes on and on. If not a fan, it’s likely you’ve at least heard their names and upon mention of those names, can picture in your mind’s eye the “why” of their fame. For, if nothing else, they all reign as “Colorful Characters.”

Memorable characters seize our minds for many reasons but usually stain us through their unique personalities, traits, appearance, antics, or vocal presence. Whether through slapstick humor, the power of penetrating eyes, clever wit, smooth coos, or daring antics, the aforementioned famed characters will track through our memories with their own splash of uniqueness. So, how will readers remember your characters? What long-term reminiscences will attach themselves to your creations?

The simple strategy of pairing various human characteristics with some creative challenges or situations can dress your characters in a different light. Our characters need not be eccentric to be considered colorful and distinctive, and familiar human traits work just as well with some creativity. 

For example, if we pair a blind man with the talent of painting exceptional pictures or creating intriguing sculptures, the wonder factor kicks in for our readers and the character will court their hearts in a different way than an ordinary character might. 

Now, let’s examine the possibility of a homeless-looking older male with a haggard and unkempt physical appearance wearing layers of dirty and ragged clothing, seen daily pushing a shopping cart full of his belongings through town. Definitely eccentric, yes? Well, what if this person was really well off and the owner of an abandoned estate in one of the best parts of the same town his confused mind has him stumbling through? Changes his persona a bit, right?  

But with an ordinary character, unique personal traits or actions can make them more colorful. How about a young, single, female, high-school English teacher who lives alone in a well kept condo. Pretty ordinary, right? Well, what if we threw in a few creative traits such as: she lives with ten white cats and works two four-hour shift jobs because she compulsively has to take a shower after each time she uses the bathroom at home, and she refuses to use a public restroom?  

Or, how about the “Tiger Lady” mentioned on several television programs around the country who once was a ravishing beauty that decided she wanted to look like an animal (a tiger) and underwent several plastic surgeries to obtain her new look? With her mission accomplished, to most of us, she now looks hideous. What if we took it a step further and made this character deeply religious, but because of her looks, became shunned by her church and community? What if she were someone who desired to work with small children in the childcare industry, but parents were against it in fear that she’d give their children nightmares? Perhaps her dream job is being a cosmologist, but no one will hire her because of her bold look. As a character, her journey through life and her fight for human/animal rights would make her a colorful character. As you can see, situations can make a character stand out as well.  

Take the statuesque, green-eyed, honey-blond model with waist-length tresses, mile-high legs, and womanly curves who flavors the air with a little girl’s twelve-year-old voice. Before she speaks, she’s viewed as exotic—and then something diverse such as the lilt of her voice weaves her into a different category altogether.  

Situations can color a group of characters for the roles they all play. For instance, let’s envision the tale of one man living with many wives on a remote compound with, say, sixty children he’s fathered between those wives. No matter how soap-sudsy clean they all look, their behaviors and environmental setup make them colorful creatures. Throw in the scenario that they are all homeschooled and go on to become lawyers, doctors, and other movers and shakers in their surrounding communities, and marry people of many varied but different nationalities dissimilar to their own make them wonder factors for our readers. How will their relationships work out? Do they have strange ways and habits after growing up in a secluded and controlled environment? Have they married outside of their nationality and culture as a form of rebellion against their upbringing? Reading how these characters’ lives unfold differently because of their early beginnings make them colorful characters because the reader is expecting a surprise or abnormal behavior or strange circumstances to eventually evolve.  

 A writer’s pen draws invisible expectations many ways. One way is through the lineup, or occurrence of events in a character’s life. If a situation causes a character to react differently than the average person, a character is deemed different or unusual.  

Every churchgoer loves a preacher who can deliver a powerful and memorable message. But what if we make a well respected and gray temple-haired reverend deliver his best speeches in silk, sleeveless tee shirts coupled with a heavy-roped necklace, lots of wrist bling-bling, a glittering gold tooth, expensive high-top sneakers, and jeans while mellowing his thoughts through street rap? Indeed, a memorable situation and character, don’t you think? Wouldn’t you expect his congregation to be filled with young thugs whose presence would eventually eliminate the general population? The given situation brings about certain expectations to its readers that would signal more controversial circumstances to follow. 

Envision two, old, widowed ladies with dyed blue hair and red-painted nails impeccably dressed who have been meeting every Monday for forty years at nine in the morning at the same courthouse just to sit and listen to the civil cases presented. Afterwards, a heavy but friendly discussion with opposing views over the same ordered dish is whispered between the two at a local IHOP.  

These are just a few examples of how you can make ordinary people demonstrate unusual characteristics that make them colorful beings or characters. Implementing creative touches in your story’s location, characters’ lifestyle, career choices, or social networks also link your characters to unique and interesting literary fibers. 

Thinking of your characters as varied specialty vehicles on display as they drive through interesting towns and locations with a crowd of observers lining the sidewalks will help you fuel their tanks with the gas that will speed them uniquely through the pages of your tale, while parking lasting memories on the minds of your readers. 

Writers, my call to action to you this month is to create ordinary characters shadowed with unique physical, mental, or environmental circumstances that take them to another level of survival. Perhaps you could borrow from the presented examples, but I hope these models have sparked your own creativity. 

Readers, do any of the aforementioned characters or situations excite your enthusiasm to see them in your next read? Drop me a line and let me know. Wordsmiths, remember to e-mail me with your creative thoughts. 

Pens up! to building colorful characters the write way.
Good morning fam! "Success is not to be pursued; it is to be attracted by the person you become."
---Jim Rohn. Have a RICH day!

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Good morning fam! "If you can’t sleep, then get up and do something instead of lying there worrying."
--Dale Carnegie. Have a RICH day!

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Good Morning fam! "Defy the limitations of your past and your culture to demonstrate who you really are." --Anthony Robbins
Live RICH!

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Building Colorful Characters

Aspiring & seasoned writers, this series will example ways to bring your characters to life.

Building Colorful Characters — the Literary Bones of a Story, Part 1

Perhaps if humankind weren’t so complex we wouldn’t need the doings—or undoings—of psychologists and psychiatrists, but just as our world continues to evolve, so do the characteristics and personalities of mankind. Therefore, writers have to continuously infuse their characters with the same stains that paint ordinary people in order to create believable fictional characters.

In our continuing pursuit to raise our fiction-folks to the level of realistic beings, we meet the colorful character “ Cal ” on a day that could be today and a place that’s near everyone …

The walk from the elevator to his office had Cal wheezing. The receptionist said, “Good morning, Mr. Ashton.” She didn’t look up from her computer screen. Her voice was colorless. The way she said “Mr. Ashton” always grated on his nerves. No doubt she’d be jumping up with an ingratiating smile for one of the consultants who worked with the company’s clients. The clients dealt only with the personable, attractive consultants and didn’t realize that it was the squints like Cal that actually did the work. But the receptionist knew. She had some nerve snubbing him. He was ten times as smart as she was and made a lot more money.

Cal smoothed his hair from his forehead and moved past the young woman into the narrow corridor that ran to the tech department, a huge room intersected with numerous cubicles creating a maze.

“Hey, Stanley ,” Cal called through an opening he passed. A grunt was his only reply from the darkened room. Stanley was already deep into his codes and programs. He probably wouldn’t emerge for hours.

Some of the other techs greeted Cal , but he gave brusque responses. Cal got impatient talking with any of them. A bunch of brownnoses. None of them had anywhere near his IQ. He and Stanley were the highest-level programmers in the company. Cal sometimes wondered about Stanley ’s IQ but had never asked. Not that it was important.

Cal went into his cubicle, the biggest in the section. Dropping his briefcase on the desk, he eased his bulk into the big armchair behind the desk with a relieved groan. A trickle of sweat trailed down his temple. Yeah, he needed to lose some weight. His doctor nagged him about it all the time. Cal was tired of the man’s obnoxious, condescending manner. He’d lose weight when he was good and ready. It wasn’t like he was committing a crime. He just liked to eat.

Cal cast a furtive look at the opening of his cubicle to make sure no one was nearby. Then he popped the snaps on the briefcase. Inside was a large, foil-wrapped plate. Yeah, breakfast. The scent of his mom’s sausage and potato and egg scramble drifted up to his nostrils with sensual enticement. For the first time since he’d left home this morning, a smile curved Cal ’s lips.

This author has painted a clear, brain-thumping description. Your memory draws you a familiar picture of a male who enters an office environment, the people he interacts with, and the way he probably looks and feels. You taste the atmosphere.

Here’s who and what I see: an overweight, late-30ish white male wearing a white shirt and black tie that’s tucked into a pair of black pants that supports a growing gut. This character trudged into the office with a black briefcase stiffly by his side: the picture of an unhappy, arrogant, childlike, sweaty male who still lives at home with his mother and is still very pampered by her. This character lacks a social life so he throws himself into his work. He wants desperately to be liked, but feels snubbed by those he knows isn’t as smart as he. His hurt feelings are soothed by the props of food that he often indulges in, even against medical advice. For him a day begins, extends, and ends with the comfort of food and work.

How about you, what do you see? Readers, can you hear the character’s body language? Writers, does the character’s actions rhyme with his depicted personality? There is certainly room for conflict as this story builds with the way Cal and his co-workers perceive each other. Do you think Cal is in competition with Stanley , with whom he identifies and against whom he secretly compares his abilities? Also, how colorful would Cal ’s attitude become if his coveted breakfast didn’t agree with his agitated system, or if he receives numerous unwanted interruptions? All these imaginative projections derive from a few clear paragraphs that nudge your curiosity. This only happens when the characters remind us of people we already know or if the writer has shaped our vision to picture and identify with them.

This scenario is the perfect example of a believable character and “Show, Don’t Tell.” We’ve extended our probe into:

Personality/Identity—depicting a character’s traits and psyche
Body types—subtle, physical descriptions

We included:

1. Body language

2. Arrogance

3. Guilt

These important elements were demonstrated when:

1. We were shown the character’s personality through learning Cal felt smarter than all his co-workers and shunned at the same time.

2. Picturing Cal “ease his bulk” into the big armchair behind the desk with a relieved groan gave vision to his body type.

3. Cal ’s wheezing—body language—depicted a possible medical problem brought on also perhaps by excess weight, lack of exercise, or respiratory problems.

4. The character’s brusque—or abrupt—responses and feeling that his co-workers were “A bunch of brownnoses” and believing his doctor was obnoxious with a condescending manner because of his medical advice indicated arrogance.

5. We learn Cal knows his eating habits are wrong and feels guilt when the author tells us that he “cast a furtive look at the opening of his cubicle to make sure no one was nearby.”

Like our guest character Cal , don’t we all do things that seem of no significance but actually make us unique and complex? When writers touch a familiar place in us, show us ourselves in others, we continue to turn the pages of the journey we have become engrossed in.

Drop me a line or our guest author and leave your comments and suggestions about what we’ve discussed so far.

Our guest contributor this month is seasoned author Andrea Jackson, also known as “The Paperback Diva.” She is the contributor to two anthologies, a short story writer, and author of three books with Who’s That Lady? being her latest work. Contact Andrea at:

Wordsmiths, feel free to use Cal in any of your projects; he’s a freelance character, as will be all the characters born here.

I hope now you’re all feeling stamped by a few more traits of a memorable and believable fictional personality.

Pens up! to building colorful characters the write way.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Good morning fam! When you finally find your soulmate you finally realize why your other relationships didn't work out! Live RICH!

Friday, April 13, 2012

Good morning fam! Be on FIRE today - Fierce Inspired Radiating & Empowering! Have a RICH day!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

As you know I write about family life - the breakdowns (BD) & the blessings (B). Everyone plays a part. Whats yours and are you a BD or a B?
Good morning fam! Do you have a system to help you deal? Accepting the situation and being flexible helps. Enjoy a RICH day!

Monday, April 9, 2012

World book night is April 23rd. Here's an idea we can do creatively in our own community. C/O the info
Just a suggestion: Commit to eating better. Most of us love food but not all food loves us. Let your body work for you not against you!
Being Happy is a Soother, Choice, a Decision we make. Not Easy at first, but it can become a very good habit worth developing -Charles Henry
Good morning Fam! It's Magnificent Monday, the start of another great week. Beat your own record and soar better than last week. Live RICH!

Monday, April 2, 2012

Where would we be without words and poets? Share your thoughts with someone poetically this month & enjoy National Poetry Month all!

Friday, March 30, 2012

7  Ways To Get Your Parent Or An Adult To Listen To You by  author Rachel Berry

7  Ways To Get Your Parent Or An Adult To Listen To You
by  author Rachel Berry
Parents, guardians and teachers please share this article with a tweem or teen in your life.
In the book A Slip In The Right Direction by author Rachel Berry the main character 14-year-old Clifton Henderson aka Slip uses what he calls Slip-o-logy to get his way. Here’s a little slip-o-logy you can use to make sure you can communicate effectively with an adult or parent:

1.       Since workings adults usually tend to be tired after dinner and right before bed, it’s possible that when holding a conversation with them or wanting to be heard about a problem or your day they’re not at their highest capacity for listening. Perhaps it would be best if you’d let them know first that you need to talk to them and ask when would be the best time to have their complete attention. As long as it’s not an emergency, setting a day and time to be heard could work in your favor, as adults like to keep their promises. Keep in mind however, that just like you parents and adults have a lot going on in their life and sometimes good intentions turn into bad timing. Allow for a few changes when needed. This proves you’re growing up and shows the adult or parent that you love you understand that life happens.

If being heard is an immediate situation, for whatever reason, let the adult or parent know that you need them to hear you out now and that if it wasn’t an emergency you’d wait until another time. Respectfully ask to be allowed to finish your thoughts first before they cut in or offer advice. Take a minute to focus on what it is you need and want to say so that you don’t take up any unnecessary time or lose your train-of-thought.  Getting right to the point will relieve your stress too and you’ll usually feel better once it’s off your chest.

2.       Make sure that when you approach your parent or an adult to talk that you are always respectful, remember your manners.  Grown-ups are turned off by an attitude or someone having a smart mouth. If you’re angry about something calm down first as much as possible before you try to speak, this will allow you to express yourself better and give you a better chance at being heard. You are entitled to your feelings and opinions but self-control is a big part of growing up and coming-of-age.
3.       Make sure that when you approach your parent or an adult to talk that you do it in a place with no distractions. Always wait until company leaves before approaching your parent or an adult to talk. Even if your best friend is over, it’s best to wait until they leave. Grown-ups like privacy too. A television playing or music on can distract both of you also. Try not to interrupt your parent or the adult if you know their watching their favorite program or listening to their favorite song. Remember being considerate of others is also a big part of growing up.

If you need to speak to them during these times let them know that you have something very important for him or her to hear as soon as the show or song goes off. Most times a parent or adult will be so concerned by what you want they’ll turn of the distraction right away, then, the opportunity to speak your mind is yours.  After all, parents and concerned adults really do want to hear you out and know what’s on your mind.

4.       When people are in pain, angry, stressed, or depressed they are not at their best and their listening ears are not on. If you     encounter this situation when you need to be heard by your parent or an adult, find out first if you can be of any aid in making them feel     better. Sometimes grown-ups need attention and some TLC too. A few minutes of your time listening to them could lead to them calming down, you being of help to someone else, and perhaps getting their undivided attention later because of your unselfish consideration. Helping someone else always pays off big time!
5.       Besides being heard, nothing else feels better than being able to express exactly what your thoughts are. Write down your thoughts before you approach your parent or the adult you need to talk to. Having a clear idea of what you need and want to say helps you better express yourself and gets your thoughts relayed. Sometimes you’ll even find that just writing your thoughts down and looking them over can either help solve your situation or sometimes help you realize things aren’t as urgent or as bad as they seem. At any rate feel comfortable taking your notes with you when you approach your parent or adult you wish to speak with, this way you don’t forget anything you need to say or say anything you haven’t thought out at first. 

Have you ever thought about keeping a journal? It’s a good way to keep track of your thoughts and feelings.

6.       When is the last time you told your parent or the special adult in your life how you feel about them? It’s never corny or not cool to tell someone you care about how you feel. In fact, it’s just the opposite. Life isn’t promised to any of us no matter how young or old we are. Make each day the best day in your life and that of someone you love by telling them. Most times parents and adults need and want to hear your feelings about them and it makes them happy when you do. And guess what? When they’re happy they’re more open to hearing you express yourself about things on your mind.
7.       Here’s an idea, how about inviting your parent or the adult in your life on a date? Spending time together and doing something you both like and enjoy not only allows you to get to know each better but parents and adults love it when you want to spend time with them. Adults feel neglected too sometimes and often they don’t know how to approach you to tell you so. Never take it for granted that a parent or adult in your life already knows, or should know what’s going on in your thoughts or in your life outside of home for that matter.

In the story A Slip In The Right Direction Slip’s parents knew that the gangs existed in their hometown but they didn’t really know how much he feared being around them and how much he came in contact with them at school and in the streets. Also, once Slip and his dad started to spend more time together, his father learned to listen to him more. This made Slip feel good and he realized that just like him his parents were imperfect too.
Also, it’s a known fact and an unfortunate reality that not all youth have an adult or parent willing to listen to them even when they try the above mentioned tips. If this is your case, don’t be discouraged.

If you take time to think about it perhaps there’s another positive adult such as a relative, neighbor, teacher, pastor, parent of a friend, or family friend that you feel comfortable talking to. Never give up looking for your support system and remember to lend a listening ear to someone younger than you. Little people need love too. I’m always open to hearing from you, so drop me a line at:

Remember if you have some ideas that have worked for you it’s slip-tas-tic that you share your thoughts with other Clifton Henderson fans.

So, what other things do you feel you can do to get your parent or an adult to listen to you? What is it that you really need to talk about, and with whom do you need to discuss it with? Use a little slip-o-logy and go for it!
» Meet author Rachel Berry

Rachel Berry is a word-fairy that enjoys the craft of words that create and inspire life and people. As an author & poet Rachel feels blessed to have the creative opportunity of expression. Berry is also a motivational speaker, mentor, community leader, independent book publisher, entrepreneur, columnist for SORMAG, and host of From The Heart & Soul show on Blog Talk Radio.
She currently resides in Virginia with her husband, adult children, grandchildren, and parents.  Rachel puts family first and enjoys life in Virginia. When she's not writing, she also enjoys reading, dining out, traveling, and watching movies. She accredits her gain in blessings and achievements to her relationship and guidance from her creator, association with great women, positive family members, loyal friends, the upbringing of an amazing woman-her mother, and the support and love of her husband and children.
Connect with Rachel Berry, CEO Kimathi Enterprises & Publishing Company


Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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Monday, March 19, 2012

"You must be the change you want to see in the world."
"When a person really desires something, all the universe conspires to help that person to realize his dream"
Paulo Coelho
Good morning fam! How much would you pay to see a new day? Well you can't afford it so thank the one that gave you this gift. Live RICH!

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Fam c/o my interview on The1Essence radio 2nite @ 8pmEST
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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Breaking news: get your FREE Kindle download of my award winning book Family Pictures - album 1 Jealousy
Good morning fam! Look your best today by BEING a great day for someone else. Enjoy life, help others - live RICH!

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Breaking News: in honor of Women's History Month I will be hosting another 'A Gathering of Women' teleconference on 3/31. More details soon!
Breaking News: Free Kindle copies of 'Family Pictures album 1 - Jealousy' will be available soon for 2 days only on Amazon. Stay tuned!
Good morning fam! May your day be all you need it to be. Continue enjoying Women's History Month & Live RICH!

Monday, March 5, 2012

Prayers for all the tornado victims!
Good morning fam! Be good to you. Is it time for a makeover in your career, lifestyle, spirituality or health? Do it and live a RICH life!

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Good morning fam & happy Women's History Month! Enjoy another RICH day!

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Good morning fam! History is made every day! What's your positive contribution? Live RICH!

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Shout out to my new followers - thanks! I appreciate you!
Experience is the child of thought, and thought is the child of action.
---Benjamin Disraeli
What is your truth about how you deal with the stressors in life? Know that how you deal is how well you feel!
Good morning fam! What is the outcome so far of your New Year goals? Do you see progress or need to regroup? Time to evaluate & live RICH!

Monday, February 27, 2012

Good morning fam! The only medicine for suffering, crime, and all the other woes of mankind, is wisdom.----Thomas Huxley
Have a RICH day!

Friday, February 24, 2012

Good morning fam! “Love takes off masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within.”—  James Baldwin
Live RICH!

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Good morning fam, as you walk today be mindful of your STEPS - Spirited Thoughts Evoke Predestined Success. Live RICH!

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Good morning fam! For the good times & the bad music is the sound track of our life. Enjoy a RICH day & music!

Monday, February 20, 2012

No matter what you do or who you think you are at the end of the day it's all about family. Have a RICH day!

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Good morn fam! Walk in compassion for your neighbor sometimes you don't Really know what's going on in their life. Live RICH!

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Good Morning Fam! Keep the love going & reach out to someone you've been meaning to call. Make someone's day! Live Rich!

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Good morning fam! I wish you love - happy Valentine's Day! Live RICH!

Monday, February 13, 2012

Good morning fam! Hope you have a RICH day. Mine has started with home repair issues but it's gonna be alright! Mad luv!

Friday, February 10, 2012

Think RICH - Live RICH - BE RICH! Strive to live a Rewarding Inspired Cherished & Healthy life! Enjoy the best gift ever!
Good morning fam! No matter what you say you can't afford, what you can afford is to pay yourself first on payday! Don't owe yourself!

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Interviewing film maker Janks Morgan  & writer, producer Pearl Jr @7pmEST call n 718-305-6993 on GumboForTheSoul radio. Hope 2 hear u there 
Good morning fam! It's almost Valentine's Day, don't forget to be sweet to your sweetie. Have a RICH day!

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Good morning fam! I choose to have a Rewarding Inspired Cherished & Healthy day and hope you do too! Stay RICH!

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Good morning fam! Support Black History Month while feeding your mind - check out at least one TV, radio, or live event. Have a RICH day!

Monday, February 6, 2012

Good morning fam! When life looks bleak stay positive and keep taking GIANT steps towards your goals. Have a RICH day!

Friday, February 3, 2012

Good morning fam! Do you realize that WE are the future of Black History? BE at least a difference in your community. Have a RICH day!

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Privately we make decisions. Often the right thing to do isn't the easiest thing to do, but our decision publicly says who we are.

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Good morning fam! You've got another chance to play hide & seek. Hide who you are or seek who you're meant to be. Have a RICH day!

Monday, January 30, 2012

Good morning fam! Never sell yourself short. Always say what you mean & mean what you say! Live RICH!

Friday, January 27, 2012

Good morning fam! In case no one has said it in a while, let me: "I appreciate you being around." Enjoy a RICH day!

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Good morning fam! Baby it's cold outside, but I still have a warm heart & bed. I'm so thankful! Have a RICH day!

Monday, January 23, 2012

Folks the regular scheduled broadcast for tonight on From The Heart & Soul Show has been canceled and will air next Monday @ the same time.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

We're going to the Super Bowl! doing a happy dance! Yeeeeeeeaaa!

Friday, January 20, 2012

Good morning fam! Someone great thought about you and when he woke you up you didn't complain. Have you thanked him yet? Have a RICH day!

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Fam, here is the link to the TVN health & wellness preview presented tonight with Dr. Shirley Powell
2nite 'The Body Temple' w/ Dr. Shirley Powell Find out y u need 2 sign up 4 this health & wellness series 6:55pmEST 712-432-0075 cd 623395
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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Tune in at 12pmEST for musical inspiration on From The Heart & Soul Show. I'm doing ole school 347-838-9657 or
Good day fam! Dropping negative people and thoughts is another type of healthy weight loss. Now, heads up and go get em'! Enjoy a RICH day!

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Fam, please check out this event invite and plan to attend
ATTENTION: the Community Awareness broadcast scheduled for this morning has been canceled. I will inform you once it is rescheduled. Thanks for your support!
Join me @ 11amEST for an update on the Diann Ford case. Call in 347-838-9657 or listen in @ this link

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Friends join me tonight @ 8pmEST as I am interviewed by Black WriterspaceMagazine Launch Call in number 347-215-8712 Hope you show some love
Check out my book trailer 4 the Family Pictures trilogy - Enjoy!

Monday, January 9, 2012

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