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Featured Book -You’re Worth The Wait by Kimberly Bosket

By at October 28, 2009 | 3:29 pm | 1 Comments

  [caption id="attachment_2985" align="alignleft" width="170" caption="Kimberly Bosket"][/caption] In a world that is so full of perversion, this book has been designed to expose the enemy, and enable the young ladies to discover their true self worth, and not to base their value on society's standard of them.  Young ladies come all different shapes, colors, and

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Mutiya Vision – Entrepreneur

By at May 26, 2009 | 11:48 pm | 1 Comments

Mutiya Vision is an extraordinary woman encompassing wife, mother, poet, author, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and workshop facilitator. Writing has always been a crucial component to Mutiya's survival. It has been a best friend to her. Growing up she used writing to work out issues and turn her pain of emotions into poems of inspiration. Mutiya has shown that

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Sundra Smith – English Teacher

By at January 15, 2009 | 9:44 pm | 1 Comments

I am Sun; (aka Sundra Michelle Smith), a school teacher and community worker with a desire to become an inspiring, famous and well sought after author, poet and journalist. I serve on the Greater Southwest Board of the Black Chamber of Commerce in Dallas, Texas as a writer and I am the CEO/ Founder of Career Writers Association (CWA). Career Writers Association is my

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