The DJ Gatsby Show with film Producers Rodney Parnther & Roderick Giles of Clarendon Entertainment

The DJ Gatsby Show with film Produces Rodney Parnther & Roderick Giles of Clarendon Entertainment

The DJ Gatsby Show

Are you a Black Business owner ? The DJ Gatsby Show is inviting you to appear on his Zoom / Facebook Live TV Show to promote your business. We broadcast 7 days a week from 6:30pm – 7:00pm est on Facebook Live, IGTV & Youtube. Drop a link to your business and we will contact you to book your appearance on the show. *This is a free, no cost, limited time opportunity to reach thousands of potential online customers. #WBMediaGroup #TheRealDJGatsby #gatsbythepromoter #WBMGTV http://www.youtube.com/DjGatsby

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DJ Gatsby Book Club “Book Of The Month” November 2019

DJ Gatsby Book Club is proud to present their Book of the Month selection for the month of November 2019. “Memoirs Of A Broken Side by Annisa Davis Jackson *Available at Amazon on Kindle and in Paperback .

*As always we encourage all of our members to *Buy, Read & Review all of our books of the month. Click the link to buy this book https://amzn.to/2D9E5QZ #DJGBC #TeamGatsby

Synopsis:

A man, with a promising football career and destined for greatness, had his life cut short due to his untimely murder on Christmas Eve, 1987. Broken by tragedy, a chain reaction of events kept hold over his entire family, emotionally and spiritually. His children grew up without knowing the truth until a spiritual revelation was given to the middle daughter. She discovers the events in her life were destined by a powerful divine design, to uncover and unveil a truth. This truth was hidden under an ocean of lies, drowned with deception, and the corruption of wrongful convictions behind the true circumstances surrounding her father’s death. As she walked into such purpose, it was revealed that her mission was to seek all truth, which would later turn into a spiritual journey, revealing the Glory of The Most High. At the same time, this would be the catalyst for the healing of her entire family…Through his daughter’s eyes, based on the true story and the life of Annise Davis, Jr., I give you Memoirs of a Broken Side.

About Annisa Davis-Jackson

Author, Motivational Speaker, Entrepreneur

Annisa Davis-Jackson, A native of Kansas City, Missouri. Who is a survivor of loosing a parent to violence uncovers the truths behind her father’s murder in her book, ” Memoirs of a Broken Side”, a book based on the life and wrongful death and conviction of Legendary football player Annise Davis Jr. of The University of Missouri and Pittsburgh Steelers. The book of pain, Wrongful persecution, and how the effects of loosing a parent as a child, especially to violent crimes is written by Davis’s daughter Annisa Davis. She reveals the psychological effects of death on children at a young age, coping and battling legal districts and the politics behind her father’s murder

WWIAAL Movie Review: Harriet “Be Free Or Die”

5 Star Movie Review: Harriet “Be Free Or Die”

This movie is one of the most important movies of our time. It depicts the strength & determination of black women during the times of slavery. They were not passive or submissive, the were defiant and willing to die for their freedom and the freedom of their families. Harriet Tubman was a woman of God who had a gift that she shared with all who came to know her. She represents Black women and the struggles they go thru till this very day. This movie salutes Harriet Tubman and Black Women all over the world. #GreatMovie #AcademyAward #Oscars #BeFreeOrDie #HarrietTubman

WWIAAL Movie Review: Harriet “Be Free Or Die”

5 Star Movie Review: Harriet “Be Free Or Die”

This movie is one of the most important movies of our time. It depicts the strength & determination of black women during the times of slavery. They were not passive or submissive, the were defiant and willing to die for their freedom and the freedom of their families. Harriet Tubman was a woman of God who had a gift that she shared with all who came to know her. She represents Black women and the struggles they go thru till this very day. This movie salutes Harriet Tubman and Black Women all over the world. #GreatMovie #AcademyAward #Oscars #BeFreeOrDie #HarrietTubman

VOTE FOR NI’COLA MITCHELL


Ni’Cola Mitchell is so excited to be a L’Oreal Paris USA Women Of Worth honoree. With each vote, her organization #GirlsWhoBrunchTour could win $25,000 to help support their mission.

*Make a difference and vote for Nicola Mitchell today at www.WomenofWorth.com #WomenofWorth #lorealpartner

VOTE FROM OCTOBER 15, 2019 – NOVEMBER 15, 2019

As a victim of domestic violence, Ni’cola Mitchell understood first-hand how at-risk youth are significantly less likely to successfully transition into adulthood due to a lack of resources and opportunity. Her own past led her to create Girls Who Brunch, a non-profit that combats this cultural epidemic by addressing low-income communities, and sponsoring girls in foster care, as well as sex trade victims and teen mothers. Through mentorship and panel facilitations, Girls Who Brunch teaches different ways of thinking that ultimately enables at-risk girls to succeed and flourish.

“Knowing your worth is POWER, YOUR POWER! Being a L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth means I
can continue to display my power globally, by helping one girl at a time own her story.”
– NI’COLA MITCHELL, FOUNDER OF GIRLS WHO BRUNCH

Girls Who Brunch combines fun performances, raffles and music with challenging workshops that focus on education, STEM, health, sexual trafficking awareness, bullying and empowerment topics. Girls Who Brunch also hosts a Masterclass that specializes in training participants in on business development and financial literacy. Since founding the non-profit three years ago, Ni’cola found fulfillment in helping at-risk girls. Through her work with Girls Who Brunch, she has positively impacted and equipped over 6,000 girls nationwide to become the leaders of tomorrow.

VOTE FOR NI’COLA MITCHELL AS THE 2019 NATIONAL HONOREE

On December 4, 2019 in New York City The 2019 Women of Worth Honorees will be recognized during the 14th annual celebration.

DJGBC Interview with Bestselling Author J. Brinkley

Where are you from?

A: Tifton, Georgia

When and why did you begin writing?

A: I started writing in my early teens to Express innermost feelings.  I didn’t start taking it serious until I was in my mid twenties. 

When did you first consider yourself a writer?

A: When I published my first book ( Tears of evidence) in 2015.

What inspired you to write your first book?

A: Honestly, I needed money to get me a lawyer. Unfortunately,  that never happened. My knowledge about how the literary industry was far fetched. Aside from that,  I end up liking the art and the reviews, so I continued writing.

Do you have a specific writing style?

A: I’ve been told that I have a style of Carl Weber. I don’t know if it’s true because I never read his work. I focus on writing realistic stories that people can relate to.

How did you come up with the titles ?

A: I draw from the things around me. I also look at what’s trending at the time but I still do it my way. My way consist of what’s real to me. 

Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?

A: Each book I’ve written has a principle that we all can learn from. For an example,  I forgot to be your lover is a book a novella about choices. Our day to day choices can bring us success or it can bring up destruction.  We don’t always get a second chance to amend what was broken. No one is perfect but we must try to make the best decision from all aspects of our life.

How much of the book is realistic?

A: 85% to 90% is real.

What books have most influenced your life most?

A: Blueprint for black power, they came before Columbus,  stolen legacy, miseducation of the negro etc

If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?

A: Dr. John henrik clark. 

What book are you reading now?

A: Jay Morrison. He’s talk about real estate and how to build credit. 

Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest?

A: Honesly, I haven’t had time to read anyone new because I’ve been so focus on trying to get myself together.

What are your current projects?

A: O’Shay and Sanaa 2. I’ve been working on a few other projects as well.

Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members.

A: I’ve gotten alot of support from people on facebook.

Do you see writing as a career?

A: I do. 

If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book?

A: No.

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?

A: I can’t recall exactly  but I do know that I was a teen.

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

A: Not really. Writing does make you explore fields and things you normally wouldn’t. 

Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?

A: TN Jones and KL Hall. They are consistent writers. Good story plots. 

Do you travel much promoting your book(s)?

A: If I could I would.

Who designed the covers?

A: I have a few cover designers I’ve worked with.  1) Aija Monique, 2) Angela Bearfield, 3) Tina Shivers, 4) Bryant Sparks.

What was the hardest part of writing your book?

A: I don’t have a problem with writing but there are times when I get side tracked with other things that comes with life. 

Did you learn anything from writing your book and what was it?

A: Writing is therapeutic. It help me analyze situations and people. It even helps me understand things about myself. 

Do you have any advice for other writers?

A: Write what’s real. Study how you can perfect your craft. Learn the literary business. Last but not least, PROMOTE ! PROMOTE ! PROMOTE !

Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?

A: Thank you for your support and I have more work coming soon. 

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