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Hometown:
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Tacoma Park
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Reader, Book Club Member, Literary Service Provider
Website:
http://www.edc-creations.com
Bookclub you belong to (include bookclub name & state):
Sankofa Literary Society
Have You "Freed Your Inner Book" Yet?
Yes
What You Need to Know About Me:
I am the owner of EDC Creations and The Black Authors Network (BAN). The Black Authors Network (BAN) is dedicated to providing information to help black business owners and authors gain access to the black consumer and to helping promote the growth of black businesses and literature. The Black Authors Network, is here to bring people together, to create a dialogue, and share valuable resources. Our goal is to be the most informative networking group, serving the unique needs of African American authors, businesses, organizations, and concerned parents who wish to improve literacy and strengthen the African American community.

The Black Authors Network Radio Show was formed to immediately address the need for quality African American literature being made available in our bookstores, libraries and other mediums where our literary works are showcased. We want to combine our talents, true determination, and multitude of resources, in an effort to develop a literary networking system for our members and literary partners, who support the freedom of speech and the right to take back the PRIDE in our communities. Join us in this global movement to improve literacy and
our image!

We will encourage, inspire, and empower our members, as they strive to fulfill their dreams of becoming successful entrepreneurs, published authors, and community leaders. If you would like to be showcased on the Black Authors Network Radio Show, please visit our site and reserve your showcase today: http://www.edc-creations.com/banradio.html

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Intimate Conversation with Danette Majette

 



Intimate Conversation with Danette Majette

 

 



Danette Majette was born in…

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Posted on March 1, 2011 at 4:25am

True Confession Conversation with Electa Rome Parks

True Confession Conversation with Electa Rome Parks…



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Posted on December 12, 2010 at 8:05am

EMPOWERING SINGLE MOTHERS RAISING MALE CHILDREN



EMPOWERING SINGLE MOTHERS RAISING MALE CHILDREN



RAISING HIM ALONE: Things Black Women Can do to Raise Black Boys to be Men

By David Miller and Matthew P. Stevens

“Raising Him Alone” by David Miller and Matthew P. Stevens is a must read book for single mothers!" -- recommended by Ella Curry, president of EDC Creations Media Group





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Posted on October 15, 2010 at 3:05pm

Intimate Conversation with author Rachel Berry





Intimate Conversation with author Rachel Berry





Author Rachel Berry grew up in Newark, East Orange, and Orange, NJ. She is a wife, proud mother of four adults, grandmother of two gorgeous girls, a published author and poet, motivational speaker, radio talk show host, columnist for SORMAG and community leader. As founder and president of a social group, this artist juggles a full schedule. "Black…

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Posted on October 13, 2010 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment

July 29 Atlanta Chocolate Social Invite



July 29 Atlanta Chocolate Social Invite



Black Pearls Magazine Presents...

Greetings,

It is indeed a great pleasure to invite you to Black Pearls Magazine's Bookclub Appreciation in Atlanta, GA. This fabulous night of live author readings and networking is scheduled for Thursday night, July 29, 2010 at 7.00 pm. at the chic Hyatt Regency Atlanta.

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Posted on July 24, 2010 at 10:14am

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At 12:18am on October 29, 2008, Anita Diggs said…
Hi :

This is just a heads up - A new company is starting in 2009. It will publish novels for women over 40. In other words, the main character has to be a female, over 40 years of age. She does not have to be black. The writer's gender and age is not an issue. All genres welcome: general, mystery, romance, historical, etc. Write to Brenda Frazier for more information. Her email address is: writingtimes@aol.com

All best,
Anita
www.diggseditorialservices.com
At 6:58pm on July 2, 2008, Holly Spence said…
Site is awesome!!!
Check out my debut release "Servant Leadership The Heart That Serves" www.monarchpublicationsllc.webs.com also on amazon.com
At 9:17pm on July 1, 2008, EDC1Creations said…
At 9:15pm on July 1, 2008, EDC1Creations said…
At 9:12pm on July 1, 2008, EDC1Creations said…
BAN Show Themes

Motivating Mondays- featured men and women with a mission to improve our lives.

Open House Wednesday Nights- featured authors, literary networking, publishing industry tips and advice, and virtual book signings hosted by A Good Book and Nia Promotions.

My Book is Out Series on Friday Nights- meeting today's hottest authors and live readings; A virtual tour stop for today's literary leaders. Any author can call in to promote books.

Grown and Sexy Weekend- 3rd Friday and Saturday of each month. Sensual poetry and live erotic readings. Open mic for poetry and authors to showcase new book releases.

Come join our round-table discussions each week as we tackle a number of topics relevant our community. Each week, the Black Authors Network Radio Show interviews special guest authors, community leaders, educators, and experts from various fields in publishing, who want to make a difference in the lives of Americans. Want to be a host? Just Ask!
At 8:45pm on July 1, 2008, EDC1Creations said…


Black Authors Network Internet Radio
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Black-Author-Network
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday nights.

Show time: promptly at 8pm-10pm EST
Authors and Speakers call in: (646) 200-0402


Chat live in our BAN chatroom during the show with visitors
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Black-Author-Network

Warmest regards,

Ella Curry, President/CEO EDC Creations
Black Author Network Radio-Founder
Sankofa Literary Society-Founder
A Good Book-Marketing Director
Xpress Yourself Publishing-Publicist
At 8:26pm on July 1, 2008, EDC1Creations said…


How to Self-Publish & Market Your Own Book: A Simple Guide for Aspiring Writers
by Mack E. Smith (Author), Sara Freeman Smith (Author)

ISBN-10: 0966232887
ISBN-13: 978-0966232882

Book Description
This book provides easy yet effective tools used in publishing and marketing books successfully. The authors, Mack E. Smith and Sara Freeman Smith, include their personal experiences in publishing their books. The book list many resources in the appendix, such as production timelines, printers, trade associations, etc. It explains how to: get free advertising, avoid common publishing mistakes, prepare a marketing plan, complete important registrations, select a book printer, and much more.

How to Self-Publish and Market Your Own Book includes sample forms, pricing information, and budget worksheets. The book also includes a special section of tips and resources for minority and women writers. Every aspiring writer can understand this simple guide.
At 8:25pm on July 1, 2008, EDC1Creations said…


Life's Spices from Seasoned Sistahs: A Collection of Life Stories from Mature Women of Color by Vicki L. Ward (Editor)

ISBN-10: 0975516205
ISBN-13: 978-0975516201

Book Description
"Life's Spices From Seasoned Sistahs" A Collection of Life Stories From Mature Women of Color These are true stories and poems from the voices of women of color. These "seasoned sistahs" hail from all across the United States and also include a sistah living in India. They boldly share the defining events in their lives. They tell of relationships, parenting, family, self esteem, mothers, forgiveness, death, and finding a spiritual path. They describe how they walked these journeys in their lives.

This first volume of stories and poetry is for younger women just experiencing life, and for mature sistahs alike. As these "seasoned sistahs" share their lives they enable others to learn from, and gain support through their trials, and triumphs. When you share their stories, you learn the importance of knowing there is similarity of life's experiences for all women everywhere. The book also contains an extensive state by state resource guide for women, which includes many US territories.

About the Author
Vicki Ward, writes poetry, fiction and non-fiction. She has written for Roots Magazine reporting on the Bay Area entertainerment scene through artist interviews, and CD, and stage play reviews. She is editor, and publisher of Life's Spices From Seasoned Sistahs" A Collection of Life's Stories from Mature Women of Color, Nubian Images Publishing.
At 8:25pm on July 1, 2008, EDC1Creations said…


My Reflections Up Close and Personal
by Bella Donna - Gail Langford

ISBN-10: 061518409X
ISBN-13: 978-0615184098

Book Description
The Book is a book of poems. I had never written a poem before until my son was killed. It helps with the pain when you lose someone. Not to just grieve inside to get by. But put it on paper to remember their faces and not just there resting places. Dedicated to my Son my Family and those who have lost a loved one especially the parents who have lost a child.
At 8:24pm on July 1, 2008, EDC1Creations said…


Snake Walkers
by J. Everett Prewitt (Author)

ISBN-10: 0976192705
ISBN-13: 978-0976192701

Book Description
Traumatized as a child after witnessing a hanging, Anthony Andrews, the first black reporter at the Arkansas Sun, seeks to solve the mysterious abandonment of a small town and the disappearance of fourteen white men.

This book deals with confrontation, but it also deals with growth and transformation. We are all products of our environment and based on the sum total of our experiences, we approach situations differently. As those experiences change, our approaches are subject to change. We look at circumstances in a new light, and hopefully, we grow.

Snake Walkers is a story about a young black man who was traumatized in his youth, and is later faced with a series of situations that at one point become life threatening. Although he isn't prepared for them, with the help of those he meets along the way, he adapts and becomes a different person in the end.

Small Press Review, July-August 2005, Kaye Bache-Snyder
(Prewitt) develops complex characters and a fascinating mystery with historical roots. It is an engaging novel with insights to ponder.
 
 
 

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