Flipping through CD’s I see these
Images of who I am, was and could be
Eve told me love was blind and I couldn’t find such ignorance to be my way
Till the day I sat down with Lauryn and we spoke of mutual miseducation
In silent contemplation she killed me softly with
Her words and verbs slid down my eyes as Hill merged into Jill Scott who
Shot the sky and let love rain down on me
Like Indie.Arie I was so ready for love and brown skin
Spinnin’ in the… Continue
Added by LaShanda Henry on April 25, 2008 at 2:26 —
Slowly he eased into the question
Are you bitter he asked?
Quickly disgusted by the one I trusted I thought, bitter?
Think you think I think I'm a bit betta
Than everyone else now that everyone else has become my enemy
Villain she who overcomes all odds and forgets the act of forgetting
Never letting one piece of her pain go
Pity though she be - I be the victim
I be a bitter one at that
Are you bitter he asked?
Added by LaShanda Henry on April 25, 2008 at 2:00 —
Earlier tonight I added this discussion thread to the
Black Travelers Network Foodies Forum Section.
since I so enjoy Traveling and Eating - I think I'll spend
a few days telling you all my food stories.
from the gumbo that almost killed me in atlanta
and made me sell my company for 30 mill; to the
Alligator Fritters I had at a Cajun Wedding
while over indulged on of course, Abita Voodoo Beer.
I'll share the stories of my hunt for the… Continue
Added by RE Ausetkmt on April 22, 2008 at 22:12 —
Based on a lifetime of experiences, the poems in Who I Am are designed to help the reader deal with a vast array of emotional issues, including relationships, life, love, and loss. In her debut collection of poetry, Tonya Sims wants the reader to know that, above all else, s/he is never alone.
Visit our YouTube Channel (www.YouTube.com/User/GWExtra) to view the video in its entirety, and check out… Continue
Added by Ghostwriter Extraordinaire on April 21, 2008 at 14:51 —
Click to the link to listen to "IN MY PAJAMAS'S SHOW" - WRITER'S CRAMP SEGMENT
Stephanie L. Jones
N. YVETTE BACOTẺ…
Added by IN MY PAJAMAS SHOW on April 19, 2008 at 12:00 —
Our Extended Publicity Package continues to be one of our most in-demand services! Combining a detailed book review completed in less than two weeks, a comprehensive interview, and a dynamic book video trailer, the Extended Package is one of the best marketing options around for serious authors & publishers.
See for yourself all the great benefits that dozens of authors are rushing to take full advantage of:
- Review completed within two… Continue
Added by Apex Reviews on April 16, 2008 at 9:09 —
Due to the overwhelming support that we continue to receive from authors & publishers worldwide, we are seeking to expand our team of reviewers. Doing so will allow us to continue to provide the quality service you have come to expect from Apex Reviews, fostering our continued development and allowing us to add to our array of promotional services.
By joining our reviewer family, you will have the opportunity to read quality books by authors from all walks of life,… Continue
Added by Apex Reviews on April 16, 2008 at 9:06 —
Many argue that the genre we’ve all come to know as Hip-hop has lost its way. What do they mean? They mean that hip-hop has moved away from the heartfelt fire that fueled the desire to lay a foundation that would give voice to urban culture. It has moved away from the fun of the everyday, fan fare-free street battles and into the lifestyles of the deeply dangerous. Moved away from love songs with a hard bass line to the ebonically challenged toe-tapers that glorify the art of rump shakin’.… Continue
Added by Tracie E. Christian on April 15, 2008 at 8:37 —
In this sequel to the acclaimed On Picking Fruit, Curtis Jenkins once again braves the fickle dating scene in his continuing search for the perfect man. After writing the successful 101 Ways To Collide Into Your Gay Soul Mate, Jenkins finds on his book tour that men rarely wear their hearts on their biceps - unless they're tattoos. Funny, unpredictable, and strangely moving, Fruit Cocktail is, like its feckless hero, ripe for the… Continue
Added by Ghostwriter Extraordinaire on April 14, 2008 at 8:51 —
Introducing the latest advancement from De Novo Publishing: 100% author royalties! We understand how hard authors work to promote their books and spread the word about their writings, and they deserve to be compensated for their time and ongoing efforts. By providing you with 100% of the proceeds from your book sales, we can ensure that your publishing experience is that much more rewarding.
See below for all the great benefits of publishing your book… Continue
Added by De Novo Publishing on April 10, 2008 at 16:21 —
To celebrate the end of the NATIONAL POETRY MONTH - The Writer's Cramp is going to have a show on April 27th. We have two open slots for the date - 2:00 - 3:30 please contact us at email@example.com if you would like to promote your book of poetry and be on the show.
Added by IN MY PAJAMAS SHOW on April 10, 2008 at 12:09 —
Spring has sprung – and literary flowers are in full bloom! Among our latest features: a poetic breath of fresh air, an unmitigated dose of healthy reality, and an extended trek down the road of enlightened introspection...
Visit us today and enjoy:
Inspired (Angela Edgar) – 4.5 Stars!
New Prescription For Childhood Obesity (Billy Johnson) - 5 Stars!!!
Portraits Of An Imaginary Young Man (Sol Luckman) - 4 Stars!
The Toy Buddha (Sol Luckman) - 4… Continue
Added by Apex Reviews on April 9, 2008 at 22:44 —
Our show has been honored to have Ms. Jill Lublin, Bestselling Author of the GUERILLA PUBLICITY and NETWORKING MAGIC on April 10th 12:30 p.m. EST.
We invite everyone who is into "networking" and to some of you who need some tips in "self-publicity" - hear it from the expert.
But here's more - ask her - yes, ask Jill.
Email us your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org and on the subject line please write ASK JILL. You can state your… Continue
Added by IN MY PAJAMAS SHOW on April 9, 2008 at 5:25 —
This show is for all us who are in the business of "networking". I highly recommend that all of you will join me as I interview the PR Guru, Jill Lublin.
Jill Lublin is the author of the national best selling books, Guerrilla Publicity and Networking Magic and the soon to be release "GET NOTICED...GET REFERRALS: BUILD YOUR CLIENT BASE AND YOUR BUSINESS BY MAKING A NAME FOR YOURSELF". She is the founder of Good News Media, Inc and the… Continue
Added by IN MY PAJAMAS SHOW on April 7, 2008 at 22:31 —
Years after Steve and Stacey make vows committing themselves to one another in a sexless virtual marriage, their love affair remains undiscovered; they purposed to never let their platonic relationship interfere with their marriages. After years of hidden intimacy, though, Steve and Stacey begin to experience how nature conspires with love and fate aligns with circumstance to deprive us of choice and control. Finally, they discover there is more to marriage than being married,… Continue
Added by Ghostwriter Extraordinaire on April 7, 2008 at 10:45 —
Please join me as I celebrate my FIRST
article featured on FaithMate.com™
I'm especially excited because God has chosen to use me during this season to speak into the lives of a current membership audience of over 27,000 single folks --- Praise God!
While you're there, feel free to leave a feedback comment ... I'd love to hear from you!
Added by Dr. Vivi Monroe Congress on April 5, 2008 at 13:16 —
This report was written about my book that I submitted to the Publishing Company: DORRANCE PUBLISING COMPANY
March 19, 2008
"Chained and Bound", written by Allyson B. Campbell, is an intriguing submission of original fiction that focuses on the extraordinary life and exploits of the main character. Having successfully readjusted her life following a nasty divorce from her husband, "Maxine" has settled into a comfortable life. Shortly after the… Continue
Added by ALLYSON B CAMPBELL on April 4, 2008 at 7:05 —
We are planning a Black Author Showcase
on Saturday, April 26th at 12pm - 3 pm for the campus S.I.S.T.E.R.S. group. The event will be held in the Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery.
Click Here for Directions.
Authors and performers will have about 10 - 15 minutes 'stage/performance' time and a table to sign & sell books.
Added by Diane on April 3, 2008 at 22:07 —
April is National Poetry Month
and on the Black Author Showcase™
we are celebrating by posting a new member poem each day in April on the Main page. Days one and two were Marc Lacy and Afrika Midnight Asha Abney. Don’t miss the twenty-eight other talented poets we have lined up for you.
You’ll also want to check this out: BAS is hosting a live poetry panel & podcast April 23rd with our member poets to discuss their work and… Continue
Added by Diane on April 3, 2008 at 22:00 —
Sandra Kelly, HUCE; Kyndall Brown, Diane Williams, and Abiola Abrams
Wow! What a fun night! Sorry you missed it!
Howard University Continuing Education
in partnership with Black Author Showcase™
presents a Black History Celebration.
Friday, February 29, 2008 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Howard University, Continuing Education
1100 Wayne Avenue • Silver Spring, MD 20910
Refreshments served • Prize… Continue
Added by Diane on April 3, 2008 at 20:09 —