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when your information has been posted.
Stella Adams is the author of Heavy is the Rain
-- the novel, Heavy is the Rain--the play, and Beneficial Life. The play enjoyed a three-night run in August
2016. Ms. Adams holds a Bachelor's degree from Morgan State University and a Master's degree from Towson State University.
She has spent over 35 years in a variety of analytic, staff, managerial, and human resources positions with the Department
Wilma Brockington-Parker is
the communications officer for the Black Writers Guild of Maryland , author of Cinnamon Girl Blues, Office Politics,
and Been There, Done That: Lessons Learned on Love and Life from Women 55 and Better and a freelance book reviewer
for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Critics have described her fiction works as having a great
mix of drama, suspense and romance and her characters as realistic and well developed. She has been featured
at area festivals, panel discussions, and book signings.
As a graduate of the University of Texas
at Dallas’ Executive and Professional Coaching Program and a certified associate coach
(International Coach Federation), Brockington-Parker has coached writers, executives and others to help them develop strategies
and actions for realizing success. She also earned a M.S. in Management and a MBA from the University of Maryland
University College. Visit her website for more information.
Rosa L. Griffin is the author of her first book of 8 adult fiction
short stories entitled Attraction: Sexy Tales of Good, Bad, and Ugly Relationships. Her book, Attraction,
deals with passionate, but not always healthy relationships including sexual situations, romance, horror, science fiction,
humor, local culture, and just a pinch of violence. One of her short stories, "Life Box," won honorable mention
in a Writers' Digest Magazine writing contest in 2003.
Griffin has been a member of the Black Writers Guild of Maryland since 2007, and its secretary since 2010. She conducted
a BWG workshop on copyright entitled “Can I Use It? Copyright Basics” in October 2012.
lives in Baltimore and is an alumnus of Baltimore City
Community College. Her Facebook address is www.facebook.com/rosa.griffin.397. She is currently working on a horror novel of her short story, “Death Sleep”, and a book of essays.
Deliah "Dee" Lawrence
is a Maryland-based attorney, author, blogger and romance workshop facilitator who writes romantic suspense novels as well
as poetry and short stories. Her debut novel, Gotta Let It Go, set in Baltimore, won the 2011 Finalist Next Generation
Indie Book Award in the multi-cultural fiction category. Dee's short stories have been featured in the Creatures, Crimes and
Creativity 2013 and 2014 anthologies.
When Dee isn't writing, you can find her reading a book, indulging in her addiction to investigative discovery
shows or painting her yet-to-be exhibited oil artworks of landscapes, portraits or whatever else comes to her creative mind. Constantly on the go, Dee is also an active member of the Maryland Writers' Association, Black Writers'
Guild of Maryland, Sisters in Crime and Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance. She’s currently working on Gotta Get It Back (a sequel to her first book), scheduled for release in spring 2018.
Claudette Lewis Bardcvlbard.wixsite.com/cvlb
Claudette Lewis Bard
is a recently published author and her book is entitled Negro Island Light. It tells
the tale of an African American woman who has been laid off from her marketing position at a Washington, DC. area bank. The
novel chronicles how Eugenia Watts sets out to deal with such a life-changing event and how she learns things about herself
in an unlikely place and from several undiscovered ancestral family members. And during her self-discovery, she encounters
a true gentleman. Claudette Lewis Bard's love for writing goes back several decades to her first year of college while enrolled in a
remedial English 101 class. She's written several short stories, taken creative writing courses, written a successful grant,
and interviewed several family members recording their views of being an African American in 20th century America. Renee McDonald
Renee McDonald is an author, Software Developer and native Baltimorean.
Her book, No Peace for Kimberly, offers a perception of Baltimore 1968 through the eyes of 14-year old Kimberly.
Her writings portray young woman as strong and compassionate despite the worlds around them. Ms. McDonald's character is
evident in all her main characters as she struggled through challenging situations as a young adult. She is currently working
on a fantasy series of books that follow alien sisters as they defend their heritage against Extraterrestrial adversaries.
As the owner of Nicholson & Fisher Publishing,
Ms. McDonald will launch an e-commerce web-site and app which will place self-published authors in front of readers in a manner
different than other sites. Compassionate about helping the self-published author, as they are routinely looked over by agents
and publishers, Ms. McDonald is using her experience to ensure the success of this venture.
Olivia is the owner of Penvision Ink, a publishing company dedicated to producing books that inspire others to understand
their worth. She has a master’s from Syracuse University in Journalism, and a bachelor’s in Mass Communications
from Susquehanna University and is studying theology and media at Dallas Theological Seminary.
released, The Adventures of Super Cam which is about a boy who uses his super powers to help other children. She
also released the novella Mariel The Book Helper which is about a girl who finds adventure in the quietest place
Her first novel, In
the Name of The Father, is about a woman's struggle to love and keep her faith in God despite what she witnessed in her
home and in the church. Her passion for telling this story about a woman's struggle to love herself, her man and God comes
from her soul. Margaret D. Pagan
Walk through African American history with my characters as they
face tough challenges and overcome harsh conditions. Rejoice with them as they spiritually transcend all that besets
them. There are no miracles in my two books, only faith and determination. When readers finish More Than A Slave: The Life of Katherine Ferguson (published by Moody Press of Chicago) they often want
to know more about the Fulani girl, who is introduced in chapter two. Her full story, and the story of her sister, is
told in my most recent novel, aptly titled The Fulani Girls. Based on more than 20 years of writing experience.
Daryn Carl Ramsey
Daryn Carl Ramsey is a Lead Integrated Product Support Manager with the United States Department of Defense in
Maryland. He also serves as an ordained deacon at the New Psalmist Baptist Church, Baltimore, Maryland.
Daryn is the CEO of Diamond
& Light Publishing, LLC. His first book BOLD & CRAZY FAITH will be released in February 2019. Founder of Ramsey's
Corner, Daryn inspires people to accomplish their goals and dreams through faith and planning.
A writer with Speakers Magazine, his interview and cover story with world renowned
Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie is featured in the November 2018 issue. Daryn has been featured on iBelieve Radio, Baltimore's
Hottest Gospel Station to speak about becoming an author, entrepreneur, and benefits of mentorship. On social media find Daryn
@daryncarlramsey and @daryncarlramsey1.
Daryn Carl Ramsey attended
the University of Maryland University College, where he earned his B.S. degree in Management.
is a published author with a blog, Your Spiritual Garden, a relationship column on Black Refer.com and a publishing
company, Angels Here To Help.
She is a certified angel card reader
and shares a weekly angel card reading on her blog. She is a 2015 alumnae of Listen To Your Mother, Baltimore. She was recently
published in the anthology Mom For The Holidays, and self published a book in April 2016 - My Life As A Mermaid.
She is the mom of two adult children. A long time resident of Baltimore,
Md, she will always be a New Yorker at heart and a Bermudian in spirit.
She is currently working on a book of short stories regarding her personal experiences with angelic interventions.
Marsha Ann Turner
Marsha Ann Turner is the author of Fifteen Pounds There Is Only One You. The book is a journal turned support book for any newly diagnosed breast cancer
and any kind of cancer patient. She hopes to have the book placed in the cancer centers in Baltimore City to be given to patients
when arriving for their first visit for treatment. This is her first book and has been nominated to receive the prestigious
"Henri Award" at the 2018 Christian Literary Awards for outstanding literary work in the Grief and Terminal Illness
category. She is a graduate of Baltimore City Community College and University of Maryland with a bachelor's degree in Nursing.
She has been a nurse for a total of 40 years. Even though she is retired, she continues to work at Baltimore City Community
College as a tutor for nursing students.
Back Side of the Sport of Kings, is about life on the "Back Side" of the sport of thoroughbred horse racing
in America. The "Back Side" or the barn or stable area, is where the thoroughbred horses, the Stars or Equestrian
Athletes of the sport of racing are housed. The Back Side is the part of the sport of thoroughbred horse racing that the general
public rarely get to see. As with my other books, American Apartheid and No Land, No Mule, No Freedom, American
Apartheid, the Saga Continues, I provide the reader with the opinionated perspective of an African American, regarding
historical events that make facts and information about the black Americans who make their living working with thoroughbred
horses, an interesting subject. This book provides historical data on a lifestyle that started in slavery and has survived
and moved on to the next millennium.