Friday, October 31, 2008
She was the first female recording artist for Motown an the lead "Raelette" for Ray Charles from 1968-1976. Now the Bestselling author/Ordained Minister Dr. Mable John talks with Conversations about how her writing career began, what we can learn from her main character and how success is measured by her today.
This is one of those interviews you will want to share with family, friends and anyone who has the courage to dream big. LIsten to the podcast at the link above.
Find out more about Dr. Mable John by visiting http://www.joyinjesus.org.
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
The author talks about his beginnings, what inspired the book and even gives advice to aspiring authors. More information about the author can be found at http://www.brucefeldman.com . Meat Market is a Readers' Choice Selection for the Ballin' With Books Club. To find out more about other books in this club, visit http://www.ballinwithbooks.com.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Hosted by Cyrus A. Webb, the ladies talk about how they along with three other young women came together to learn how to not only help themselves with financial decisions but learned how to encourage others to do the same through their practical book.
Through practical advice and their own life lessons, the Smart Cookies tell the world how they can get control of their lives one decision at a time. To find out more about the work they are doing and more help for readers, visit http://www.smartcookies.com.
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Friday, October 24, 2008
He has been seen in movies such as THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD and NOAH'S ARC, now actor Jensen Atwood talks about his beginnings as an actor, how he uses his fame to bring attention to issues that matter to him, the building of his brand, and what he would say to those who are interested in pursuing a dream.
To listen to the show live, simply visit http://www.conversationsliveradio.com or listen on the studio telephone line at 1.347.426.3645.
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Gretchen Craig (Always and Forever) and Dana Pittman of Nia Promotions
Ashea Goldson (The Lovechild)
Treasure Blue (Keyshia and Clyde)
Victoria Christopher Murray (Too Little, Too Late)
Pamela Samuels-Young (Murder on the Down Low)
Joseph Henderson (I Don't Want to Die All Alone)
T. L. James (The Mpire: In Search for the Lost)
Frances Cole Jones (How To Wow)
Gloria Mallette, Margaret Johnson-Hodge and Bernice McFadden
Jane Jordan (Playin' Church)
Poprah (I Want To Work for Diddy)
Angel M. Hunter (Sister Girls2)
Boris "Can Do" (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Kendra (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Andrew Long (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Rob Smith (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Authors D. T. Pollard, Alretha Thomas, Arlether Wilson and Rodney Lofton
("The Business of Books")
Laverne Cox (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Stefanie Sitzer (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Georgette Cardenas (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Author Stephanie L. Jones (The Enemy Between My Legs)
Boris and Kendra together (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Deon Sams (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Reshonda Tate Billingsley (Can I Get A Witness?)
Suzanne Siegel (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Mic Barber (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Brianna Davis (I Want To Work For Diddy)
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Already creating a massive buzz with DJ’s in the clubs, on the streets, and on the Internet; Universal/Motown recording artist Mika Means and The Girls Club are becoming female phenomena! Mika Means’ single Spend Ya Money is currently spinning in heavy rotation across the nation and earning major airplay on radio daily. In addition to being a solo artist, Mika is one third of The Girls Club – comprised of Mika Means, D. Woods, and Shanell aka SNL. As a collective, The Girls Club has gained international attention for their version of Swagger Like Us. Most recently, mention of their song has surfaced on infamous New York’s Hot 97 radio personality Miss Info’s blog site. The Girls Club version of Swagger Like Us has created a bit of controversy due to Miss Info’s reference of innuendos directed towards Danity Kane.
To listen to the interview live, simply visit http://www.blogtalkradio.com/conversationslive during the broadcast.
Saturday, October 18, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
In the exclusive one-hour interview, Tadjer talked about why he hasn't been doing press since the show began to air and even since the season ended. He also discussed his opinion about the way the show played out, the way he was portrayed and gave a detailed account about the last challenge that saw him get eliminiated.
Did you miss this interview? If so, listen to the podcast here!
This completes Conversations' series of talking with all the candidates from the hit reality show. Did you miss any of the other interviews? They can be found by visiting http://bloggingiwanttoworkfordiddy.blogspot.com.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
12P.M. CST (1P.M. EST/ 10A.M. PT)Rosa Johnson Butler is not only the niece of Maya Angelou but the co-author of one of the best biographies of th year. MAYA ANGELOU: A GLORIOUS CELEBRATION not only chronicles the life of a remarkable woman, but tells incredible stories by those who know her best. She talks about that and more today.
3P.M. CST (4P.M. EST/1P.M. PT)John Elder Robinson is known by many as the brother of Augusten Burroughs (author of Running With Scissors), but he is so much more than that. In his memoir, LOOK ME IN THE EYE, we get a glimpse into life with Aspergers Disease (a form of Autism) and how it crafted his outlook on life.
6P.M. CST (7P.M. EST/ 4P.M. PT)Author Alicia Rice has been a friend of Conversations for over a year, and in that time we have seen her balance her life as a wife, mother, author and now publisher. She tells us about how she keeps it all together and what we can expect next from her.
7p.m. CST (8P.M. EST/ 5P.M. PT)
He was the feature for this week's book review for the Clarion Ledger, and his book SCOTA'S CURSE is a great mixture of history, intrigue and a solid storyline. Author Dudley Sykes talks about his career and how libraries have taken him up and out of himself to write novels that we won't soon forget.
To listen to any of the above live, simply visit http://www.blogtalkradio.com/conversationslive during the show times or call the studio line at 1.347.426.3645 to listen over the phone.
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Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Just one week ago he was sitting across from Jay Leno on The Tonight Show, now he talks about his love of baseball, how his collection began and what he wants you to know about his passion for the written word as well. Want to know what catches stand out to him? Find out that and more in this exclusive interview. His book WATCHING BASEBALL SMARTER was chosen by Conversations Book Club as one of its selections for its "BALLIN' WITH BOOKS" Club.
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
He talks about himself, what led him to the story, who Ernie Davis was and how it feels to have something he wrote brought to life in a major motion picture. For more information about the book, visit http://www.ballantinebooks.com. Informaton about the movie can be found at http://www.theexpressmovie.com. JOIN THE ADDICTION: Get hooked on books! http://www.thebestbookclub.info
* THE EXPRESS was chosen as one of the "Ballin' With Books" Club's selections. http://www.ballinwithbooks.com