Author Elva NelsonHayes returns to New York City to Promote her book The UnNamed & the upcoming film “Whats In A Name”.

ELVAAuthor Elva NelsonHayes returns to New York City to Promote her book The UnNamed & the upcoming film “Whats In A Name”.

elvaHer first stop will be Thursday July 16th at the Don Coqui Restaurant and Lounge 105 Mamaroneck Ave. White Plains, NY for an After-Work Meet & Greet / Book Signing from 7pm-9pm.

Then on Friday, July 17th she will be attending the QBR Wheatley Book Awards at The Jerome Greene Hall, Columbia University School of Law 435 West 116th Street (between Amsterdam and Morningside Avenues) Rooms 101/103.

the unnamed promo*Her book The UnNamed has been nominated in the “First Fiction Category.

And finally on Saturday, July 18, 2015 she will be attending The 17th Annual Harlem Book Fair West 135th Street – Lenox Avenue to Frederick Douglass Boulevard. in Harlem, NY from 11:00am – 6:00pm

#QBR #PhillisWheatleyAwardNominee #HarlemBookFair #DonCouqui #BookSigning @ElvaNelsonHayes @WBMediaGroup @DJGBC @DaBookKing

DJ Gatsby Book Club – June 2015 “Books Of The Month”

DJ Gatsby Book Club:  June 2015  Books Of The Month”

The summer is here and DJGBC has a superb selection of books for you to read while you tickle your toes in the sand. We know a lot of you will be traveling and there is no better time to catch up on your reading than while you are on the plane, the train or in your car. And for all of you  ladies that are lucky enough to be going on a cruse this summer, make sure you get all of the the June 2015 “Books Of The Month” recommended by DJGBC.

Reserve My Curves: Your Husband Chose Me (Volume 1) Paperback – June 2, 2015

51k7EMvkCaLEnvy was more than familiar with hard times and it seemed as though she couldn’t catch a break. Out of options, and out of time, she accepts an indecent proposal in hopes of a little financial stability. Her money-making body and mesmerizing curves, takes her to the top of the game in no time and Envy starts to make more money than she could count or that she knew what to do with. But everybody knows that more money, equals more problems and soon Envy realizes that she’d bitten off more than she could chew. She finds herself caught up in a world full of money, sex, lies and deceit. Even murder seems to be on the menu. Envy learns the hard way that all attention ain’t good attention;especially when it’s unwanted…or when its married.

Married to a Boss Paperback – June 19, 2015

51dv8E4TwsLThe bosses are back and their women are standing right behind them. When Stacks decides to merge his empire with Chad, money starts coming in by the boatload. With more money comes more problems when the men find themselves battling with their past infidelities in order to keep peace in their home. The past is a Finesser and is out for blood when secrets are revealed that threatens the lives and faith of some relationships. Snakes reappear out of the blue to cause hell, while new love is found. Follow these couples on a journey as the realize that Fallin’ For A Boss was one thing, but getting married to one is completely a different story.

Dirty Laundry 3: Love and Pain Kindle Edition

download (6)With Choice having to endure so much in her young life will she finally find happiness?
Will Supreme, Ashley and Pete make it? Or will Choice be left all alone?
Will Bear finally get what he deserves or will he get away with everything he’s done to Supreme?
Sometimes in life you have to lose everyone to gain happiness

In this last installment of the Dirty Laundry series you’ll find out the true definition of Love & Pain.

Between these pages there’s no such thing as fairy tales or happily ever after endings.

Cookie and Meeko: A B-Town Luv Story Kindle Edition

download (7)Michael ‘Meeko’ Williams and his brother have relocated from Atlanta, GA to the small town of Boykins, VA in an attempt to start fresh. After doing so much dirt in the streets of Atlanta the only option left for the twenty-six year old dope boy is to leave or end up in an early grave but everyone knows that relocating doesn’t change who you are.
Being a hustler at heart, it was nothing for Meeko to come to the country and quickly have everything on lock. Him, his brother, and their new team have money flowing in like water and with the money comes women, willing and ready to do anything for a chance at being the main chic of a well-paid dope boy. Problem is Meeko only has eyes for one woman… Cookie.
Cookie’s the complete opposite of all of the women that Meeko’s dealt with since arriving in Boykins, including his baby mama Shy. Quiet, hardworking, intelligent, and simply determined to have more than what her non-supportive family envisioned for her. She’s also been able to stay away from the BS of the small town. That is until her and Meeko’s paths cross… she’s exactly what Meeko feels he needs in his life but his fast paced, chaotic lifestyle isn’t what she wants or needs, which causes her to initially ignore all of his attempts to pursue her.
After trying her best to deny and fight the chemistry that she and Meeko obviously have, Cookie finally falls victim to his southern charm. The two couldn’t be a more perfect match but when the town starts talking and word gets out that Cookie is the new lady in Meeko’s life, she will have to endure his ratchet baby mama and what seems like never ending drama in order to hold the title of ‘wifey’ and it won’t be easy.
With everything and everyone against them, can love really conquer all?


DJ Gatsby Book Club Authors Spotlight: Bestselling Author Cole B. Hicks “Unique Shades” (Snow Publishing)

Introducing Snow Publishing Author Cole B. Hicks..

cole b 1Hi I’m the author Cole B. Hicks of Forbidden Curses. I’m married for seventeen years my husband and I have six adult children and four granddaughters. I was born in queens NY and raised in Dallas Texas. I currently reside in Queens NY. Writing has been a passion of mines since I was eight. I started writing poems. I write as a form of escape. I have battled the addiction demon it’s a long hard fight. With god all things are possible. I always felt labeled and ashamed of some of the choices I made. By telling my story I am no longer ashamed. It’s a disease. Everyone has a story my book is fiction based. I’m sure a lot of people can relate addiction can be with drugs, food, and money. With a strong support system and a higher power of your understanding all things are possible.

sono 17Best Selling Author Cole B. Hicks takes her readers into the world of interracial relationships with her latest book “Unique Shades”! Katherine is your typical female. Blonde hair, green eyes, and weighs about 125 pounds. Katherine meets a very handsome young man named Brock. He’s a reserved guy with a dark past.
Upon meeting, a spark was evident and the chemistry was explosive like C-4. Katherine becomes caught up in Brock’s web and their relationship builds. The looks, stares, and rejection was perceptible because many people did not approve of interracial dating or relationships.
After a few months into their relationship, Katherine receives some devastating news that could affect both her and Brock’s future. The day that Katherine receives the news, she discovers that she is not the only female in Brock’s life.
Katherine is now facing tough dilemmas as she tries to decide what the next step of her life will be. How can she win Brock over to be the man that she needs him to be? How will her devastating news affect her future? How will her life in general change and the opinions of their peers, family, and friends will be affected? Buy this book now to find out what happens to Katherine and Brock!!


*Unique Shades by Cole B. Hick & Snow Publishing is available at Amazon.Com

*Follow Cole B. Hick on Facebook at Cole B. Hicks

DJ Gatsby Book Club Author Interview Series: Author J.P. Hall “Big Boy Pond” (Snow Publishing)

jp hall1. Where are you from?
I was born in Compton, CA and I was raised in a small town called Pasco located in the eastern part of Washington. I currently live in Southern CA.
2. Tell us your latest news?
Portia my oldest daughter has just graduated from Georgia State University and I am very proud of her.
On the writing front I am currently writing Big Boy Pond 2 and that should be out sometime early next year.”
3. When and why did you begin writing?
Since I was a child I’ve loved to tell stories and throughout high school, I wrote stories that were mostly adaptations of biblical tales that I had been told by the elders of my parent’s church.
4. When did you first consider yourself a writer?
During my high school days people would tell me that I had a knack for storytelling. I thought about pursuing writing as a career, but at that time I was chasing another dream of becoming a Professional baseball player.
5. What inspired you to write your first book?
I started to write Big Boy Pond over 32 years ago… during the early eighties, when I was very interested in the real estate market in Southern California. But then I got married and I turn my attention to taking care of my family.
6. Do you have a specific writing style?
My goal is to bring interesting stories to the public with some real historical fact sprinkled in them.
7. How did you come up with the title?
My career allowed me to interact with lots of corporate executives and during those meetings the older men would always say to the young men; welcome to the Big Boy Pond. Are you ready to swim with the sharks?
8. Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?
Yes, people have both good and bad in them. No one is a saint sometimes good people have to do bad things.
sono 199. How much of the book is realistic?
The book is very realistic. The events, such as the collapse of the Santee real estate market and the development and modernization of San Diego’s downtown, did happen but the characters in the story are all fictional
11. What books have most influenced your life most?
I am a fan of Harold Robbins I love his international stories and I also love Eric Jerome Dickey especially his Gideon series.
12. If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?
Eric Jerome Dickey, I love his style of writing. He doesn’t right in a bubble, he has a writing team.
13. What book are you reading now?
Resurrecting Midnight
14. Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest?
I am old school I like stories that take their time to build up there characters. And I haven’t found that in the novels that are being written. But I haven’t given up. So right now I am sort of a freelance reader moving through the material that is out there looking for an author who captures my attention.
15. What are your current projects?
Besides completing the two remaining books in the Solomon Black series, I’m working on the next book series called I Thaddeus. It’s the story of a young man who has lost his memory about his younger years. He can’t remember anything about his family. He joins the military where he becomes a sniper and doing one of his missions he learns that his past is connected to people who work for the very people who are trying to destroy the American way of life.
16. Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members.
I have a lot of support and to name one would be a disservice to many who helped me on this journey. Betsy Allen is a longtime friend who supported my writing when it was in its infancy and of course Dr. Glenn Kamper who insights into my stories have truly brought them to life. And Antionette Allen who has provided her artistic abilities to the stories
17. Do you see writing as a career?
Yes, my dream is to have my books make enough that I can get them out to the readers world wide.
sono banner 218. If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book? No
19. Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?
I would say when I use to sit in Sunday school and hear the elders tell biblical stories. I love that part of church.
21. Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?
I love for my stories to have depth so the characters have to have many personalities to them. It takes a lot of work and mapping out the stories to keep all the different sides of the characters connected to the over all story. Sometimes I will get to write a scene and go off on a tangent. But then my pre production reading team will point out my mistakes and get me back inline.
22. Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?
Eric Jerome Dickey and it would be his method of creating stories and settings. How he immerses the reader into the various local cultures of the book.
23. Do you travel much promoting your book(s)?
No I haven’t started that part of my marketing
24. Who designed the covers?
Sha Cole is the cover designer for Snow Publishing who I am signed under
25. What was the hardest part of writing your book?
The beginning of the book, I create an outline for every one of my books but what I have found is that once I began to write the book I will wonder away from the outline. Sometimes this will enhance the story so then I have to go back to the outline and see if what I wrote still meshes with the rest of the story.
26. Did you learn anything from writing your book and what was it?
Dr. Glenn Kamper has added some African America historical facts that I was not aware of.
27. Do you have any advice for other writers?
To always remember that if you are not doing this for the love of writing then maybe you should pick another career.

28. Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
Thank you for taking a chance on a new writer and stay tuned because the stories will get more better.


“Monday Morning Book Giveaway”

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We are starting “Monday Morning Book Giveaway” here at WB Media Group (WBMG). The first Person to “ADD 10 MEMBERS” to Sonovia’s Readers Club and make this photo their profile pic “ALL DAY” will win a free paperback book. This weeks book is A Brownsville Tale by Sonovia Walker-Alexander.

The first person to add 10  members, Change their profile picture all day wins the book.   Compliments of Author Sonovia Walker , Snow Publishing & WB MediaGroup

DJ Gatsby Book Club Interviews: Author Elaine Wood – Tatiana’s Chance & Tatiana’s Choice 2 (Snow Publishing)


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1.Where are you from?

I’m originally from Long Island, New York.

2.Tell us your latest news?

My third book will be released soon! It is the third book in the Tatiana Series

3.When and why did you begin writing?

I’ve always enjoyed writing since I was young but I only just recently began writing seriously in the last four or five years.

4.When did you first consider yourself a writer?

I started writing poetry but didn’t really think of myself as a writer until I slowly moved towards writing short stories. That was about four years ago.

5.What inspired you to write your first book?

I am a very private person so when I started facing some life changes I realized that when I wrote I felt a lot better about the things I was experiencing.

6.Do you have a specific writing style?

I do, in fact. I write in the present tense, first person. Most people write in third person. I don’t know how or why I adopted this particular style and most people don’t like reading and especially writing in first person. I’m not saying I am loyal to this style, it’s just what I’m doing now. I’ve received a lot of flack from my peers because of it, but for the moment, it makes me unique from other authors.

7.How did you come up with the title?

My main character’s name is in the title of my books. In the first book she faced a series of chance meetings that were extremely unusual. On the other side of that coin, she also faced some changes since her divorce and the opportunity to change her image, make improvements, redefine herself as she saw fit. The chance would only come around once; she took it.

elain wood 18.Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?

Yes, there is. The message is carried throughout the series. Middle age is not the end of a fun, fulfilling life. There are many changes happening through this period of life to a woman and they are profound. This not the time to take your place in the rocking chair to face the end of your life. You shouldn’t be willing to step into someone else’s definition of middle age. This is the bucket list years of your life; be what you feel. Go where you want. Embrace your changes. This is the time to stretch yourself beyond your self-imposed boundaries. Tatiana does this in every sense of the word, including sexually. She is not afraid to experience new things and neither should any woman! Tatiana’s chance comes at a point in her life when she should be looking at just a few more years until retirement, a pension. But this chance brings a new beginning. She needs to adjust to starting over, at her age.

9.How much of the book is realistic?


10.What books have most influenced your life most?

The Bible, Pride and Prejudice

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

Sylvia Day, Toni Morrison, Donna Hill

12.What book are you reading now?

Since I started writing my first novel I haven’t had nearly the time I’d like to read but right now I’m reading a book called Casualty of Love by L. Logan Chandler

13.Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest?

Several, as a matter of fact. I’d like to read J.f. Silver, Clarence Pork Rylie, Don Abdul, John Tucker, Dion Cheese, and Cassy Roop

14.What are your current projects?

Like I mentioned earlier, I am in the final stages of writing the third book in the Tatiana series. I am looking forward to doing a couple of collaborations, I have a couple of new ideas I’d like to try and I’d really love to do a screenplay!

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

Well, first and foremost I give glory to God as my biggest supporter.

16.Do you see writing as a career?

Yes is my first and loudest answer. But this is a process and I’m still a new author. I know that patience is necessary to get to that YES!

elain wood 217.If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book?

I consider my latest book all three of the Tatiana books so, I’d probably make some minor changes to help the flow work better from one book to the next but for the most part, no. I’d leave everything else alone.

18.Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?

Vividly! But it is not a topic I’d care to go into at this time.

19.Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

Yes, the tense is challenging at times, especially if I take a break and read other author’s work. It takes me a few minutes to remember to get back to my style.

Also, some of what I am writing is based on my own personal experience and/or the experiences of friends. I often need to change some of the information/setting to maintain the anonymity of those involved.

20. Do you travel much promoting your book(s)?

So far I have not done any travelling however, when the opportunity presents I do wish to travel.

21. Who designed the covers?

My cover designer is the incredibly talented Michael Horne. He worked very closely with me to project the image of my characters and the settings in a way that seems as if he simply pulled the concepts from my imagination and placed them on my books.

22. What was the hardest part of writing your book?

The hardest parts were sticking with the style and the timing. I had to go back dozens of times to remember the day of the week or month or even time of day to keep the flow moving forward.

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

I learned that if I just relax and open my thoughts that the story flows from me instead of me pushing the story out reluctantly. I know it may sound strange but the story and the characters take on a life and a purpose that will find their way to the page if I just let them.

24. Do you have any advice for other writers?

My advice is to do what you love so you’ll love what you do. If that is writing then great!

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

I am getting to know my readers very well and I must say that I value their opinions, their suggestions, and their patience! Thank you so very much for supporting me and believing in my message that sexy fun is not just for women in their twenties or thirties!

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Elaine Wood

Twitter: @elainewoodwrite
Instagram: Laineywood113

DJGBC Authors Spotlight: Author Sonovia Alexander CEO of Snow Publishing

sonoviaOur latest Authors Spotlight features National Bestselling Author  & Publisher  Sonovia Alexander.  She’s is the Author of 2 very popular book series Silent Cries (7 books)  &  He Loves Me to Death (3 books).

  Sonovia  Alexander was born in Queens NY and is married with 4 children. Sonovia has been writing since the early age of 7 and it has been a dream of hers to become a successful full-time writer. She is a devoted wife and mother who loves taking care of her family. When not spending time with her husband & kids she finds the time to devote to writing and creating stories for her supporters to enjoy. Sonovia has written approximately  17 books and was working on a few more at the time of this article .

sono banner 2Her passion is not only writing as she is the Founder & CEO of her own publishing company *Snow Publishing. The list of Authors she is currently publishing include Cole B. Hicks, Angela McConkey, Elaine Wood, TQT, Mary Cobb Watkins, FYRE, JP Hall, & Authoress Hurricane.

sonovia 2Her latest release is “Pinks Misery” with upcoming books “Brooklyn On Lock” and “His Downfall Her Blessing, If These Walls Could Talk” expected to be released this year.

sonovia 3This is just the beginning for this talented and gifted author and she has no plans on slowing down. Look for more authors to be signed to Snow Publishing and more books from this Queens, NY based Author & Publisher.sonovia 7

DJ Gatsby Book Club Interviews: Terrance “Frazier Boy” Frazier Author Of “The Devil’s Dust”

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  1. Where are you from?

I’m from the show-me state. St. Louis Missouri to be exact.

2. Tell us your latest news?

The latest news is that I’m very excited about an up coming book release. The Devil’s Dust. It’s nothing like what the avid readers are use to reading.


  1. When and why did you begin writing?

I began writing back in 2004. I can seriously say that I caught the bug. Lol


  1. When did you first consider yourself a writer?

It would have to be after I completed my third novel entitled Chasing a Nut. It’s nothing like the gritty hood tales I love to write. Don’t worry, Chasing A Nut is also coming soon.

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  1. What inspired you to write your first book?

Reading books about the life I was once living inspired me to write my first novel. I think it was B-More Careful. Shout out to Shannon Holmes. It was like I was reading parts of my life.

  1. Do you have a specific writing style?

No I don’t. I just come up with the storyline and the rest is history. The book basically writes itself.


  1. How did you come up with the title?

I came up with the title because I strongly believe that heroin is the devil’s dust. I’ve met some heroin dealers and addicts who are monsters! Devil’s in the flesh.


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

actually I do. For a hot minute heroin has been plaguing my community. It’s like the new epidemic. I just wanted to show its affect and how strong of a hold it has on my city right now.

  1. How much of the book is realistic?

 It’s all fiction. The story shows you how most people who are living that street life don’t communicate. They form an opinion and run with it.

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

I would have to say Author Al Sadiqq Banks. He’s my favorite author. With his work there’s a thin line between reality and fiction. Also Eyone Williams. Those two guys are dope writers. Don’t get me wrong it’s a lot of dope writers out there. I just favor their style more.

  1. What book are you reading now?

The Devil’s Dust.

  1. Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest?

Yeah my business partner Alonzo L. Strange. He has that Tit 4 Tat series out on Amazon. It’s like that! Support the big homie and you guys will see what Thin Line Publishing is bringing to the table. Also Silk White. Dude has a vicious grind plus he’s a great writer.

  1. What are your current projects?

Okay, I got The Devil’s Dust coming June 26. Then I’m gonna drop YBD (Young, Black & Dangerous) a three book series.

 16. Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members
The readers.
My fans. My team. Thanks a million. Oh, and the haters too.
 17. Do you see writing as a career?
Although it is a career for me, I don’t see it in that light. I see it as more of a therapy. An artistic way of expressing myself and the things I’ve been through in life. Both ups and downs.

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

The thing about that is I have this mindset that when I complete a project it’s written and ends exactly how it was destine to. Those were my thoughts at that time, you know, what I was feeling, so I like to keep it that way. If authors were to continuously change their story over and over we’d never finish a project. Lol


  1. Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?

Yes I do. It originated back in grade school when I was writing rhymes. I was the type of rapper that told stories in my rhymes.

  1. Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

I always challenge myself when I write. Also in every book I write there is a dream sequence, where the reader will think an event is happening but it’s actually a dream. Now I’m gonna have the readers trying to figure out what’s real and what’s a dream.


  1. Who is your favorite author ?

Besides me my favorite author is Al Sadiqq Banks.

  1. Do you travel much promoting your book(s)?

I love to travel, meet the readers and promote my projects.


  1. Who designed the covers?

Amb Branding designs my covers. I love the way she puts her heart and soul into her work. Shout out to Amb Aija Monique.


  1. What was the hardest part of writing your book?

Honestly, I can’t say that anything was hard about writing it. Once I came up with the storyline it actually flowed easily.

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

I always learn while writing. In this particular one I learned to manipulate my emotions more with the characters.


  1. Do you have any advice for other writers?

Yes I do. Stay focused and dedicated. In the end it pays off.

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

Yes. Thank you for the love and support. Please continue to support Thin Line Publishing where there’s a thin line between reality and fiction.

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DJ Gatsby Book Club Authors Spotlight: Miss Radiance “Gangsta Lovin” Volumes 1 & 2

radianceMiss Radiance was born on May 31, 1982 in Wilson North Carolina. She grew up in the small town Stantonsburg, North Carolina. She was raised by her grandmother, Josephine Jacob Johnson. Because of her shyness, the things that she wanted to express but could not say seemed to come out easier on paper. And when she was eleven years old her grandmother bought her a diary as a Christmas gift. Which Miss Radiance soon realized that not only was writing fun, it was also therapeutic, and there was power in putting a pen to paper. Miss Radiance immediately fell in love with the passion of being able to creatively express herself. Her writing started out simple with diary entries and poetry. When she got to high school and became involved in relationships, drama, sex, all the trials teenagers go through, she began recording these events in the form of short stories, pulling inspiration from friends and classmates, along with her own personal experiences which brought her stories to life.

gangsta luvin 2After the passing of her grandmother on December 3, 1999, Miss Radiance started writing more and more, sometimes all day, writing was her outlet from the pain she constantly felt as she tried to adjust to life without her grandmother. Shortly after the passing of her grandmother she moved to Washington, DC with her mother. That was a new experience for Miss Radiance, coming from the small town she was raised in, she’d never seen the city life outside of the violence shown on TV. This new transition introduced her to things she never would’ve imagined happening in real life. Not long after being there she met and fell in love with a guy who was into everything she’d always tried to stay away from. Her relationship with him, his lifestyle, and her transition from country girl to city girl is what inspired her first novel Gangsta Lovin’ Volume One: An Epic Love Story.

Miss Radiance started out as a self-published author pushing her work with the help of, Createspace, and Kindle Direct Publishing. She did this for two years until finally G Street Chronicles, CEO and owner George Sherman Hudson signed her to deal that would put her writing career on a whole other path, a call that would change her life. She has just released her second book Gangsta Lovin’ II and is also working on other books and ideas as well.

gangsta luvin 1If Miss Radiance could choose one thing to do for the rest of her life, writing would definitely be it. When you have something that you love and it completes you, like writing does for Miss Radiance there’s nothing that can compare to that type of joy and happiness. Although she is very shy and still at times struggles with expressing herself verbally, something magical happens when she puts her pen to paper. Everything she wants to say and everything she feels oozes out. Miss Radiance is a single mother to a daughter by the name of Ashaunti Jayde Taylor, who is the light of her world, her ultimate pride and joy. Miss Radiance doesn’t write to become rich, (although that would be a true blessing). Miss Radiance writes because of the love and passion she has for her craft, her main purpose is to entertain, take away stress and anxiety, or just brighten up someone else’s day with her characters and the stories they tell. Please join Miss Radiance on her journey and enjoy the many blessings as they unfold.

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DJ Gatsby Book Club Interview: Author George Naim Cash “The Good & The Bad, I’ve Earned It All”

10488039_854921194529676_2447884270919639251_n1.What is your favourite positive saying?

No change, No change!

2.What is your favourite book and why?

Alfred Hitchcock’s short stories. Because they ended before I’d get board with each story. Besides the great mystery writer Hitchcock was.
 What is your favourite quote?

3.Where can you see yourself in 5 years time?

No matter where you go, there you are.
On the bestseller list, at the AMA Awards, and writing a screenplay.
 4.What is your favourite movie and why?

Too many to chose from. 

5.What advice would you give to your younger self?

Don’t rob banks!
 6.Which famous person, living or dead would you like to meet and why?

Michael Jackson again! 10366008_850697831618679_8580791574102313459_n
 7.If you could have been the original author of any book, what would it have been and why?

Nat Turner Story. Because that story is timeless, and it speaks to how any man, no matter what walk of life he comes from can get pushed too far.
 8.What advice would you give to aspiring writers?

The same advice I received from Author Monica Mathis Stowe.   “Write As Much As and As Often As You Can”.
 9.Is there anything else you would like to add that I haven’t included?

 10.How can readers discover more about you and you work?

Follow me on fb George Cash, and G.Na’imCa$h. Also on YouTube channel naimcash. Also CashMusicEntertainment on fb. Along with…