3 YEARS LATER! OUR HOME RADIO DIVA IS A TV TALK SHOW HOST ON FOX 5 Congratulations "LITERARY DIVA" Wendy Williams! Our Exclusive One-to-One 30 Minute Interview Loading Soon! JUST IN! WENDY WILLIAMS LANDS A TV SHOW ON FOX 5
DISILGOLD SOUL MAGAZINE
Sponsors Events for Charity w/ Circle of Friends and AFRICAN AMERICAN PUBLISHERS NATIONWIDE
Disilgold SOUL Magazine showcases humanitarian authors in support of sponsorship of newly spearheaded Literary Pavilion & Children's Literacy Drive. Disilgold was showcased to millions of listeners live on air on 107.5FM WBLS among special guests Les Brown, Rev. Al Sharpton, Karrine Steffans, Zane and featured on the WBLS website for over 2 months, the Steve Harvey Gospel Hour Tour Banner and spotlighted in Rolling Out Magazine for the event.
Our membership drive increased with over 2,50O+ new members via sign up, and we received mentorship by the one and only Les Brown during lunch with over 5 top authors. Authors signing at the Disilgold Booth, sold out their books.
The Literary Pavilion and a Disilgold article made over 5 local newspapers, and recently WBLS/ WBLI sponsored our commendation of the event in their e-newsletter generated to the masses which again helped us to acquire thousands of more members. History has been made. Today, WBLS is the Marconi Best Urban Radio Station. We were invited to the Steve Harvey Show premiere party and since then, Steve Harvey and Wendy Williams have been crowned the KING & QUEEN OF RADIO NATIONWIDE! Congrats to WBLS and much continued success from the DisilgoldSOUL Family. To visit WBLS, go to www.wbls.com.
EVENT PHOTOS LOADING SOON OF ALL EVENTS!
Buy your tickets to enter the event here: $10 per visitor
Wendy's On Fire! Check out her new show we just found on
www.VH1.com coming soon in the Fall. UPDATE 2006- It's the Wendy Williams Experience TV Show. Her newest book scheduled to debut at C.O.S. 2006 is Drama is Her Middle Name: The Ritz Harper Collins. She is noted by the Disilgold community as "The Queen of All Media." . She is an accomplished and world renown radio personality, television host, writer for Life & Style Magazine with her own SIDE DISH column and Hip Hop Weekly Newspaper, has been featured on many television shows, is a best selling author, actress, producer and owner of her own music CD compilation featuring todays' hottest authors. She also has a new bookclub on 107.5fm. Wendy is one of the most famous African American women in history who carved a niche in media without major support initially. Now look at Wendy! Wendy Williams has seen Disilgold founder at so many different functions, she hasn't quite put it all together yet that she's met the founder of Disilgold , but it is official, Wendy allowed Heather to interview her for one of the most informative and inspiring interviews Wendy has ever done to be aired soon . You heard it here first. Disilgold is committed to keeping the community informed of one of the community's most successful literary artists into the mainstream. Just in: The Wendy Williams Experience is a HIT on VH1 and paired with Ice T's Rap School.
Heather Covington is the founder and CEO of Disilgold. She is the Editor- in-chief of Disilgold Soul Magazine, host of the Literary Living Show on the Black Family Channel and serves as the president of the YOUnity Reviewers Guild of America. She is known as "The Heat of the Literary World" by the community at large and was named C& B Book Distribution Nubian Queen of Literary Promotion. Her latest book, Literary Divas: The Top 100+ Most Admired African Women in Literature (published by AMBER COMMUNICATIONS GROUP,INC. www.Amberbooks.com )is a C& B Book Distribution Bestselling Title of the Month for June 2006. It also reached Booking Matters Magazine Bestselling List. She was named the Literary Ambassador of 7 States by Lou Fields, Chamber of Commerce and honored with a Open Book African American Literary Awards Best Magazine of the Year Nomination. Heather os the co-founder of the Katrina Literary Collective, winner of Aspicomm Trail Blazer Award and Best Online Network Award from Memphis Writer's Conference. Her full bio can be found at . Heather hosts an annual YOUnity Guild Awards Show celebrating figures in the literary and media world. Her work has appeared on Margeurite Press, Ebony magazine, AMAG Booking Matters Magazine, Amsterdam News, Bronx Times, and The NY Beacon and Daily News.JUST IN: WENDY WILLIAMS INTERVIEW by Heather airs on Literary Living Show on Black Family Channel to over 17 million viewers!
The Wendy Williams Experience is available on Amazon- WBLS is the home of Wendy's Show! Photo by Heather Covington
Heather Covington (CEO/Founder of Disilgold)
Yvonne Rose & Tony Rose
Tony Rose is the founder and publisher of Amber Books, the Nation's Largest African American Publisher of Self Help Books, Career Guides and Celebrity Bios. He was the executive producer and manager of top grossing group sensation, New Kids on the Block. He sold his music company upon acquiring major success with a book on modeling he co-wrote with his wife, associate publisher, former model and mega-selling author. Together, this dynamic and beloved team of Amber Books Communications, Inc. has brought wide interest to the AA Literary Community.
Urban Legends Wear is owned by Kim Perkins.His shirt line features t-shirts and apparel with legendary stamps reflecting Historical Legends. The clothing line is based out in Florida and often visits major trade shows and fairs. The clothing line's popularity has tremendously grown and in demand by celebrities, rappers, entertainers and politicians. Disilgold is currently the Publicity Director of the Urban Legends which now has a PR team working from state-to-state to bring the clothing line to the mainstream as the staple garment for families, college students, youth and large scale organizations.
The Literary Consultant Group, founded by Nakea Murray, is the premiere public relations firm for small press and mainstreamed published authors. It prides itself on "Promoting African-American Literary Excellence." A new site is underway, and some authors featured are Azarel, Treasure E. Blue, and Ebony Stroman.
Newsreporter interviewing Kim Perkins at Magic Show
Nakea Murray Literary Consultant Group
Deborah Smith- Author of Robbed Without a Gun & Sex Secrets
Highly acclaimed authot; Deborah Smith is a native of Newark, N.J. A divorced mother of two and minister, Deborah has used her pen to transfer what she used to consider her biggest troubles into intriguing works of fiction. Responsible for such tales as Ministers With White Collars and Black Secrets, Robbed Without A Gun and Sex Secrets For The Married Woman, Deborah is back with her latest page-turner, Broken Pieces scheduled for a Fall 2005 release. She is founder of Restored Ministries and CEO of DSP –––– Deborah Smith Publications.
"In August of 2000, Omar Tyree landed on the New York Times Bestsellers List with For the Love of Money after just one week of publication. That same year he won the NAACP Images Award for this sequel to Flyy Girl.
Tyree has now published a total of twelve novels including: Diary of a Groupie, Leslie, Just Say No!, For the Love of Money, Sweet St. Louis, Single Mom, A Do Right Man, and Flyy Girl, all published by Simon & Schuster, and The Underground, Cold Blooded, College Boy, and One Crazy-A** Night under his new line of “Hard Core Novels” as The Urban Griot. He has also released a spoken word album entitled Rising Up as well as Cold Blooded featuring Big Bronze.
Omar Tyree- signing copies of new magazine- FLYY GIRL; The Urban Statement
Cheril is a native of Toronto raised in Miami and now living in New Jersey, Clarke is the author of three novels, "Foundations: A Novel of New Beginnings," "Different Trees From the Same Root," and "Intimate Chaos." She has also published poems, short stories and reviews of hip-hop spoken word theater in various literary magazines. In her spare time, she volunteers to New York Cares' literacy and meal projects and the All Stars Talent Network. Clarke has affectionately been nicknamed Story for her gift of first-person storytelling. She is currently working on "Tainted Destiny,” the sequel to “Intimate Chaos.”
CAPTION: "She jetted to her car shortly before dawn grasping her forearms. Carlie pressed the key alarm to unlock her Honda Accord Coupe. She placed her knee on the driver’s seat to grab her cell phone from the charger. Chills draped her body when a suffocating spirit invaded her space. As she glimpsed over her right shoulder, a six foot shadow reached in her direction. “Slap!” she was hit with an open hand. “No!” she screamed as her head hit the steering wheel. Not wasting any time, he grabbed hold of her wavy ponytail. Fearfully quiet, she kicked to escape his grip. His erratic behavior escalated when he noticed her look of sheer terror.
CAPTION: "Many have called Treasure E. Blue the reincarnated Donald Goines. This prolific author without doubt is one of the most shocking and controversial writers that we have seen in decades.Blue?s background is as almost as compelling as his mouth-dropping debut novel entitled ?Harlem Girl Lost?.Using the streets as a means of survival, he soon found himself involved with some of Harlem?s most notorious elements. Retiring form the game at the tender age of sixteen, Blue managed to become one of the youngest people to receive his G.E.D. in New York State.Joining the military at seventeen, he developed a voracious appetite for books going on to read well over 2000 novels.After serving his country honorably, he joined the New York City Fire Department and is presently working as a Supervising Fire Inspector in the Bronx. Blue is a father of 4 and won praise for his screen writing skills. He is also an active member of the American Studies Association.Blue has an uncanny way of not only telling a story, he makes you feel it emotionally as well.
Bruised by Azarel
Shamboozie is joining us!
Shamboosie is a twenty-year veteran of the hair care industry. A Color Master Consultant with Clairol Professional, Shamboosie was one of the first instructors of Advanced Techniques at Dudley Cosmetology University (DCU) and trained hundreds of hairstylists. He has recently received the Quality Education Award in Honor of Outstanding Leadership, Commitment and Dedication to the Cosmetology Industry presented by DCU, and is the hair designer for the winning contestant Hype Hair Magazine Hair and Beauty Contest.
Enter the world of Mahogany Princess Woods. With good looks plus the brains to match, a loving mom and designer clothes on her side this young princess has it all. College bound by any-means-necessary this young beauty will do anything to pull herself out of the hood and onto the top of corporate America. Unfortunately, she has a trifling family who will do anything to stop her from reaching the top. Through it all Mahogany manages to shake the haters off until one bitter-sweet night changes her life forever. Forced to deal with adversities and survival her back’’s against the wall. With her dreams and goals quickly fading she’’s becoming a victim of everything she once vowed she’’d never be……the hood. Unwilling to lose Mahogany still strives for perfection. After asking herself; why me over and over again she finally realizes that; I didn’’t choose this life; THE GAME CHOSE ME!
One Day's Peace: A Woman's Journey Through Life is a five time award winning book that is all about women and the issues that they face on a daily basis. Author Tanya Bates shares her experiences as well as those of other women to encourage each female reader to know that she too has been there and have persevered.
The Game Chose Me by Ebony Stroman
Tanya R. Bates- Author of One Day's Peace
Joining us, Alfred Fornay
Alfred Fornay (New York, NY) is a graduate of the State University of New York's Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) with degrees in merchandising and marketing. He is one of America's foremost authorities on skin care and makeup. He was creative director for Revlon Cosmetics "Polished Ambers collection"; marketing manager for Clairol; training director for Fashion Fair; beauty editor for Ebony magazine; editor in chief of Ebony Man; and also served as the first male beauty editor of Essence magazine.
Tamara is a native of Lima, Ohio. She is an aspiring author who hopes that one day her own life experiences will inspire the lives of others. She gives tribute to the Lord for blessing her with her poetic gift of writing and providing her with the provisions needed to write this novel. Her faith in the Lords word is solid and it was through faith that she conceived two beautiful children. She loves to write poetry and has a poem published by The International Library of Poetry. Tamara is thankful for the support that everyone has given her, especially her family and friends. She would like to give a special thanks to Lebarron Springer for his editorial work and his guidance with "All in the name of love."
Just as writing is one of her passions, so are people. Having been through many relationships both good and bad, in both love relationships with men and friendships with women, Letitia has experienced first hand how relationships can and do sometimes go wrong. Her first novel, “Sins of the Past” delivers clear and concise accounts of the destruction relationships endure when skeletal bones, lies and deceit, begin tumbling out of the closet as she explores the devastating affects post traumatic life experiences have on the mind when those you hold nearest and dearest to you, those who’ve been entrusted with your emotional and physical well being betray you in the vilest manner imaginable.Currently, Letitia is working on her second novel, Enduring Hardships, and resides in Fayetteville North Carolina with her teenaged daughter Jasmine.
Tamara V. Ester
Denise Campbell- Author of ManKiller/ Ebony passion CD
Denise Campbell has developed the imprint Universal Write Publications more than three years ago and through it creatively produced works, which includes Spanish Eyes, and Love Thy Sister Watch Thy Back. There are two poetry books, Ebony Passion, and By Faith. Her new releases Man Killer, REM Sleep and her children’s book series, Cheyanne’s Book Series named for her daugher Cheyanne are the next projects on her agenda. However, that’s not where her passion ends. In order to meet the demands of her own works as well as to help others, Universal Write Publications became a corporation with a unique concept to publishing, marketing and services.
Candice Dow is a native of Baltimore, MD and presently resides in Maryland and New York. She discovered the desire to write in high school and began a collection of short stories titled, College Bound. Candice graduated from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Johns Hopkins University, obtaining a BS and MS in Computer Science, respectively. In addition to working as a full-time software engineer and adjunct faculty at Morgan State University, she decided to pursue her dream of becoming a novelist. Within months, she completed her first novel, Caught In The Mix. In August 2004, her dream was realized when she signed a two-book deal with Kensington Publishing. Caught In The Mix is now available in bookstores everywhere. Candice is working on her second novel, Ain't No Sunshine .
Donna Peterson, Former Miss Nw York as seen live on tv with Mayor Guliani and many celebs during the Breast Cancer Walk, has been on a crusade to help women across America take on early preventive measures to help fight breast cancer. Angela Darling has created a must have "A Love Your Breast , Inc." Calendar for all woman to read and spread the news to their sisters and even brothers battling the disease. Remember, early detection is a must. Come out and join Donna to help support finding a cure for a diesease that can inflict upon anyone.
Candice Dow will sign copies of "Caught in the Mix"
Meet Donna Peterson ( Miss New York) and Angela Darling ( A Love Your Breast, Inc.) Organization founder as seen on NY 12
Jeannie Cobb is the author of Dark Roots
"After her mother’s death, Jeannie found herself for the first time in her life with what could have been another tragedy. She became a layoff victim. She used to opportunity to begin writing, and Dark Roots was born. “Don’t tell me people don’t wonder if they could have survived a hundred years ago, because I know we all think about it. Heck, sometimes I wonder how my parents lived in the 50’s with segregation still going on in some parts of the country! I wanted to address that without going down the “historic” path. To make the suffering of that time real to people now.”
In addition to being the President & Publisher of Q-Boro Books. Mark Anthony is also a gifted author with a writing style that keeps readers turning the pages. He has written an Essence Magazine best seller, Paper Chasers, Dogism, and his soon to be released Lady's Night. In addition he is the co-author of the Streets of New York series. With each story that he tells, readers always ask the question, “Is this a true story? Did this really happen?” Mark takes that as a compliment and a testament to his creative ability.
The original press release of supporters of the Katrina Literary Collective is featured on the Circle of Sisters & Friends Link with more updates to be added momentarily as of September 21st, 2005. Thank you to all who supported.
For Immediate Release: Amber Communications Group, Inc. Founder/ Publisher, Tony Rose, Spearheads National Book Donation Drive For Victims of Hurricane Katrina
OVER 6000 BOOKS WERE DONATED IN THE FIRST DAY. 15,000 HAVE BEGUN SHIPPING IN THE FIRST SIX DAY'S, AND STILL GOING STRONG. OUR GOAL OF THIRTY THOUSAND BOOKS IS ASSURED, THANKS TO SUPPORTERS OF THE KATRINA LITERARY COLLECTIVE. RECEIVERS AND TRANSPORTERS ARE STILL NEEDED IN ARIZONA, DC, NM, NC & DALLAS.
Amber Communications Group, Inc. (ACGI), sends condolences, prayers, warm wishes, hope for immediate disaster relief, and a safe recovery to the Victims of Hurricane Katrina. In their efforts to help support the victims and families stationed at the Astrodome who will be transitioning to relief centers and homes in Houston, Texas within weeks, Amber Communications Group, Inc.'s Publisher/CEO Tony Rose and Associate Publisher Yvonne Rose, along with Bill Cox, Publisher and Adrienne Ingrum, Associate Publisher, Black Issues Book Review; Heather Covington, CEO, Disilgold Worldwide Communications; Faye Childs, President, BlackBoard Bestsellers; Max Rodriguez, Publisher, Quarterly Black Review/Founder, The Harlem Book Fair; Kassahun Checole, Publisher, Africa World Press, Inc.; Wade Hudson,President/CEO and Cheryl Hudson, Publisher, Just Us Books; Jessica Care Moore, Publisher, Moore Black Press; Mark Anthony, Publisher, Q-Boro Books; Nancey Flowers, Publisher, Flowers In Bloom Publishing; Azania Brown, Publisher, In Time Publishing; Tonya Evans-Wells, Publisher, FYOS Entertainment; Earl Cox, Publisher, Writers and Poets.Com; Gina Clark, Publisher, Alight! New York Grit Books; Willie and Gwen Richardson, Co-Founders, CushCity.com; and W. Paul Coates, Publisher, Black Classic Press (The Katrina Literary Collective)) are spearheading a book fund drive. As African-American Publishers, the The Katrina Literary Collectivee recognizes the importance of reading for education and enjoyment. In the case of the Katrina Hurricane victims of New Orleans, they recognize the importance of reading for mental and emotional stability. Reading can help pass the time, perhaps help victims takes their minds off their trouble, offer some small pleasure, and provide an opportunity to gain knowledge on various topics that can help them gain a new foothold on their lives.
The Katrina Literary Collective feels that books can collectively comfort their stay, promote love of Black literature, foster literacy among youth and let our people know the Black literary community at large supports them. We are urging all Independent African American publishers, book clubs, self published authors, literary services, libraries, authors, editors, and publishers at the major publishing houses, to join the donation drive to submit books to the Katrina Hurricane victims.If you wish to participate by donating books, please email us at email@example.com or Heather Covington at Disilgold@aol.com for instructions and locations to send your book donations. Also list the book title(s) and number of books that you will be donating. Magazines, guides, workbooks, children’’s books and reference texts are acceptable along with greetings, postcards and bookmarks with warm wishes provided in each book. At this time The Katrina Literary Collective designated receivers and transporters are:
Please note: Books and funds may be sent to any charity of your choice, but by sending to designations featured, we'll be able to accurately document which authors or donator's books were received for authentication and recognize authors globally. Keep sending your new books and publications only. Old books carry germs. We'll continue to keep track and document.
If you live in Houston and would like to volunteer to receive books and transport them to the Astrodome, relief centers or homes where some victims are staying, please include with your email, your destination address and phone number. The Katrina Literary Collective thanks you for your support of the victims of Hurricane Katrina and taking a stand at large with the African American literary community.
COMMUNITY DEADLINE FOR SHIPMENT OF BOOKS:
A post deadline for acknowledgement of all supporters in a global media press release and correspondence is Sept.17, 2005 as Amber Books and Disilgold return to normal business. This monumental effort could not have been made possible without so many giving and caring supporters.
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Latest News: RESHONDA TATE BILLINGSLEY (Fox 5 News/Texas) JUST SECURED A 5,000 BOOK DONATION FROM A MAJOR PUBLISHER & ANDREA BROWN HAS BEGUN TO ISSUE BOOKS TO VICTIMS WHO ARE SO HAPPY TO FIND MESSAGES IN BOOKS FROM AUTHORS. LESLIE BANKS, AUTHOR WHO JUST SIGNED BOOKDEAL TO WRITE THE NOVEL VERSION OF SCARFACE, THE MOVIE, SENDS LARGE DONATION. JULIE SCHAPER, PRESIDENT & COO OF CONSORTIUM BOOK SALES & DISTRIBUTION DONATES 3080 BOOKS.
We thank the KatrinaCircle of Friends
Will be revised by Sept. 20th
A. C. Arthur-Author/ACAuthor.com
Aimee M. Bissonette
Alicea J. Cohen
Amy C. Getchell
Andrew Johns-Assistant Direcor UCLA Academics in the Commons
Bea Joyner-Author /Photographer
Bill Cox-Publisher/ BIBR: Black Issues
Black Writers for Relief
Blanche Richardson-Marcus Books
Brenda Gough- Editor of Villager Voice
Camille Acker-Editorial/John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Change Management Project Manager
Cheril N. Clarke-Author
Corey Sue Ward-Yerocenterprise.com
Daneen Cooper- Bookclub/ New Jersey
Daniel Gillespie- Random House
Darlene Mai Roberts-Author
Debi Buzel- Intracess.com
Deborah Smith-Deborah Smith Publications.com/ Author/Publisher
Debrena Jackson Gandy
Dedra Y. Armstrong
Delores Tyler Brown
Diane Marbury-Book Club President
Donna Hill-Author/ DonnaHill.com
Donna Peterson- Ms. New York
Dr. Greene- Author
Earl Sewell- Author
Electa Rome Parks-Author/Editor
Ella Shines Goldsmith- Author
Elliot Figman - Poets & Writers, Inc.
Emma Rodgers- Black Images Book Bazaar
Erick S. Gray-Author
Faye Childs-Publisher/ Author/ Black Board
Forest and Genny Hairston-ForGen Productions
Glennette- Author of "Running For our Lives"
Grace Hatmaker-RN, MSN, PHW, School Nurse/Harold Woods Elementary
Group - Tulsa Chapter Technology/Change Management Group/
Gunther- Central Plains Book.com
Gwen Richardson-Cush City.com
Heather Covington-Disilgold Soul Magazine/ Author
Heather Elitou- Neshee Publication
Hyperion Books For Children Division/Jump at the Sun -Division of Disney
Ian Shapolsky- SPI Books
Ida Greene- Author
J. Martin -Black Book Promotions.com
Jacquelin Thomas- Author
Janet West Sellars- Author
Jen Lara- O'Fallon Township High School Director
Jessica Care Moore- Poole-Publisher/MooreBlackPress.com
Joylynn M. Jossel-Author
J.T. Smith- Pyramid Press Publishing
Judith Heaney McKee
Julie Fain- Inter. Socialist Review
Julie Schafer-President of Consortium Booksales & Dist.
(NOTE:A SAMPLE OF HOW BOOK DONATION COVER SHEET MAY BE TYPED OR HANDWRITTEN IS LISTED HERE.
0970367252 DREAMS OF A ROBOT DANCING BEE 100 COPIES
0974635332 LEADBELLY 100 COPIES
1551520559 BAD JOBS 10 COPIES
1551521407 CHEF IN YOUR BACKPACK 10 COPIES
1551520818 FISH FOR THOUGHT 10 COPIES
1551521784 GREENPEACE TO AMCHITKA 10 COPIES
155152161X NEW YORK THE UNKNOWN CITY 10 COPIES
1551521644 PERFORMANCE BOND 5 COPIES
1551521156 THE REAL JERK 5 COPIES
1880684403 AMERICA IS HER NAME 10 COPIES
188068487X BROWN GLASS WINDOWS 10 COPIES
188068411X DOMINOES 10 COPIES
1931896054 FIFTH SUN 10 COPIES
1880684438 FLOOD 10 COPIES
1880684950 KNOW IT BY HEART 10 COPIES
1880684993 ONCE UPON A CUENTO 10 COPIES
1880684225 RED HOT ON A SILVER NOTE 10 COPIES
1880684632 SORROW 10 COPIES
1880684861 SOY LA AVON LADY 10 COPIES
1880684276 STREET SMARTS 10 COPIES
1931896119 WANDERING STAR 10 COPIES
1569472475 ADRIAN MOLE 100 COPIES
1569473749 AFTER 100 COPIES
156947351X BED IN HEAVEN 100 COPIES
1569473293 BEEMER 100 COPIES
1569473536 BORDER DOGS 100 COPIES
1569473552 BRIGHT STARRY BANNER 100 COPIES
1569473528 CHALLENGING ART 100 COPIES
1569470340 CONS 100 COPIES
1569473595 FRIED BUTTER 100 COPIES
1569473587 GIRL LIKE CHE GUEVARA 100 COPIES
1569473501 GRACE 100 COPIES
1569472890 HER OWN TERMS 100 COPIES
1569472602 HORUS ROAD 100 COPIES
1569470723 LADY OF THE REEDS 100 COPIES
9627160997 LIPSTICK AND OTHER STORIES 100 COPIES
1569472025 MOAB IS WASHPOT 100 COPIES
1569473633 NIGHT SHE DIED 100 COPIES
1569472386 OASIS 100 COPIES
1569473099 ON THE EDGE 100 COPIES
1569470154 QUEEN & I 100 COPIES
1569471207 SANDMAN 100 COPIES
0939149362 STRAIGHT THROUGH THE NIGHT 100 COPIES
1569470936 STREETBIRD 100 COPIES
156947365X WE CAN STILL BE FRIENDS 100 COPIES
0939149370 WHEN SUMMERS IN 100 COPIES
1569473331 WHITE SKY BLACK ICE 100 COPIES
156947348X WHO ARE YOU LINDA 100 COPIES
Karen L. Alenier-President of the Woodworks
Kathleen Junge- Reading Teacher
Katie Blough - American Publishers Association
Kaya Casper- Publisher- Naturally You Magazine
Keila Young Riddick
Kelly- Just Us Books
Kelly Martin- Hyperion Publishing
Kelly Starling Lyons-Children's Book Author
Kevin Wayne Johnson-Author/Reverend Motivatonal Speaker
Kimberly T. Matthews
L. David Ryals
L. Davis Skadden
L. Marina Woods- Founder of The Good Girl Book Club
Lamour Publishing & Playhouse Productions
Lauretta- LBP Enterprises
Laurie O'neill- Chair of English Department/ Brooks School
Leonna K. Potts
Leshaunda Hoffman- Shades of Romance Magazine
Leslie Esdaille- Author/ VampireHuntress.com
Library Media Specialist
Linda Washington- Johnson-Book Club President
Linda Dominique Grosvenor-Author/Television Host
Lisa Spindle- Camden County Page Turners Bookclub
Lisette Mendez- Miami Book Fair Coordinator/Center For The Literary Arts
Mark Anthony-Publisher/ Q-Boro Books/Author
Mark Anthony- Publisher/ Author- QBoro.com
J. Martin- Black Books Promo.com
Max Rodriguez-QBR.com/ Harlem Book Fair Director
Maxine Thompson- Radio Host/ ArtistFirst.com
M. LaVora Perry, Author/Publisher, Forest Hill Publishing, LLC
Melanie Fallon-Corporate Director/Random House
Michelle Mitchell Faust
Monica P. Carter-Author
Ms. Williams- Author
Ms. Perry- Author
Nakea S. Murray- Literary Consultant Group
Naomi Rothwell- Editorial Assistant-Wiley & Sons
Nikki Grimes- Author
Nila Jean-NJ Schwab
Olethea Brown- In the Company of My Sisters Reading Group
Opal Palmer Adisa- Author
Pamela Russell- Highschool Journalism Class
Pamela V. Walker
Pat G’orge Walker-Author/Comedianne
Pat Schroeder - American Publishers Association
Patricia Anne Phillips
Patricia bender- Rutgers Unoversity Writing Center Director
Patricia Kelley- Book Pitch.com
Paul Coates- PMA- Online Chairperson/Black Classic Press
Pearl Cleage- Author
POETS & WRITERS Magazine
Rebecca Newth- WillhaBooks
Rebecca Seger- Author
Regina Carlisle Williams- Thompson Youth Center
Renee Williams- Stuff happens
Reshonda Tate Billingsley -FOX News/Author
Rhonda Gill- Pentagon
Richard- Soft Skull Press
Rose Thomas-Sankofa Book Group
Roxanne Joy Johnson
Rukiya Curvey Johnson- Director/ Shrine of the Black Madonna Cultural Center
Robin Shtulman-Erving Elementary School
Rosette M. Union-Producer
Rot Cotman RADIO ONE 97.7FM/ Wild 1090/AM
Sabra Robinson- AACBWI.COM Founder
Sharon Haynes - Coordinator
Sharon Well Foster of Sisters Sippin' Tea Literary
Shauna Smith Duty
Sheila Goss- Author
Steven P. Wickonson
Stormy Steele- Author Ms. Aviles- Author
Susan Isaacs- 96 Middle School
Sylvia Telafaro- President of AA Writers & Artists Inc.
Tau Omega- Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc.
T. Coughlan-Senior Vice President of Coughlan Publishing
Tamara V. Ester- Author
Tamiko Stewart- Minority Journal.net
Tamm E. Hunt
Tawana Bivins Rosenbaum
Teresa- Phoenix Black Chamber
Tero Sorey- Book Reporter.com
Terry S. Lesesne- Professor/ Houston State University
The Black Library.com- Lee Green(CEO)
The Literary World- Lauretta Black Pierce
Theresa Banks- Author/Ellacec Publishing
Tomiko Stewart- Editor in Chief/Chicago Minority Journal
Tony Rose-President of ACGI- Amber Communications Group, Inc.
About F.O.S.P.: The Fingertips of Success Program (F.O.S.P.) was founded in 2001 during the inception of Disilgold by Heather Covington.
HISTORY: F.O.S.P.'s mission became a reality on July 25th, 2005 as many authors convened at Bronxwood, dubbed as the new "Hollywood" in honor of the Emma C. Brisbane Youth Center where the event was held. A proclamation was honored to author Edith Holmes by Reverand David Johnson from the city of New York and her outstanding service to the Literary world through historical documentation of the south during the Civil Rights Era. Edith blessed Disilgold Soul Magazine by honoring a home in dedication of the Heather Covington Foundation in Atlanta where she resides. The legacy of Heather Covington's Mission still lives on as members of the YOUnity Reviwers Guild of America dedicate each day to reach at least one youth and make a difference in their lives.
MISSION: The program brings authors together from all around the nation committed to serving the advancement of education and literacy of youth through active involvement in their communities, as role models and donations through attendance of sales of books at events.
GOAL: It is our quest to record and document those who have supported the mission, and thus be granted more succes, longevity and support from the YOUnity Reviewers Guild at large.
How can we help a youth each day?
1. Listen to their stories.
2. Encourage them to read and write.
3. Share stories about history.
4. Volunteer to tutor a child in need of support.
5. Report your community service to the YOUnity Reviewers Guild of America.
Remember, you can help a youth by being a role model!Children see their future through the motivation each parent and/or teacher gives.
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