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Dangerous Lee Interviews Tamika Newhouse – Founder of Delphine Publications

Attention single mothers who think they can’t live their dreams; Tamika Newhouse became a single mother as a teen and is now a best-selling, award winning, self published author and the founder of a highly successful book publishing company, Delphine Publications. She is also the CEO of Obsessive Soul Media with plans for short films, … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month Spotlight: Indi Wright – Infinite Hope

Infinite Hope For once in a lifetime I have great expectation Along with confidence No more false hopes Nor empty promises This hope is a trust Transferred the stock From man’s investment Granting sole custody In God I now trust This hope is endless Immeasurable It never runs dry All encompassing A wellspring of joy … Continue reading

Top Story – Why Being A Self-Published Author Is Similar To Being A Bar Owner

It’s odd at first to liken an author to a bar owner; the former tends to be more introverted, working alone, while the latter is usually extroverted and operating among chaos. But when you look at the blood, sweat and tears that go into each profession, the similarities are striking. When you have your finished … Continue reading

Black History Month Spotlight: Alisha Somer – Writer, Editor & Publisher

What do you love most about being a Black woman? I love the color of my skin and the kinkiness of my hair. I love how we hold so much mystery: everyone wants to know our secrets. I love the strength we possess and our ability to build and uplift a community. Who or what … Continue reading

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Te-Erika Patterson

Name and occupation: Te-Erika Patterson, Publisher, MySavvySisters.Com What do you love most about being a woman? Ladies Night- Where ladies drink free all night long! Have you had to deal with much sexism in your industry? No, there is not much sexism in personal development blogging but the lead bloggers are mostly men. I see … Continue reading

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