Savannah J. was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware in an Italian neighborhood affectionately referred to as “Little Italy”. The unconditional love and support of her family and influence of her environment fostered her love and talents in the Arts. Subsequently, during her college years, she studied music and literature, which fed her passion for writing.
She is the author of Toward the Light and the sequel The Prodigal Son, Behind Closed Doors, The Prey and Raising Tristan. She is also the founder and organizer and host of The Annual Authors Literary Festival, which was held yearly in the Richmond Virginia Metro Area. Savannah is currently taking an extended break from The Annual Authors Literary Festival to focus on her writing but plans to one day bring it back.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, watching movies, traveling and spending time with family and friends. Savannah J. currently resides in Virginia with her son and family. For more information see her website at www.thesavannahjpublications.com or email her at email@example.com.
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Highly educated, Keya Petal’s life is turned upside down when she gets involved with handsome, Locke. His illegal activity and long criminal record is not a huge enough red flag, but what is, is the physical, mental and emotional abuse he puts her through. Being in the mental health profession, will Keya take a seat on those same couches, she has her patients take comfort on? Or will she finally get the courage enough to walk away?
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Ashantay Keys is a new author under Creative Flow Publications. She has four published books to date titled, Intertwined, Stalking Alexis and Locke and Keya parts 1 & 2. She’s currently working on a new series in addition to completing Stalking Alexis, Too. She’s the mother of a college boy, a certified photo technician and she resides in California.
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Welcome to another Motivational Monday. Let’s talk motivation!
Don’t be afraid to ask for help, hire help. As we advance in this business, some things will become overwhelming. Sometimes we need the assistance of another professional or an assistant. I realize that it’s not easy to get the help you need in this business and I do realize that some people just aren’t cut out for helping. But don’t allow this to discourage you. Reach out. Ask anyway.
Google who or what you need. Find out who offers what and request their services. We can’t always do it all. Sometimes we have to take a step back and allow others to help us.
Use today to rearrange some things and humble yourself enough to know when you need assistance!
Sultana Sams was born and raised in Savannah, GA but currently resides in Charlotte, NC. She is a mother of three kids. She holds degrees in Accounting and Business and currently works in the Accounting field. Ever since a child, she used to read all day and night. Reading and writing has always been her passion. She is the author of Love, Sex and the Single Mom; Love, Sex and the Single Mom (part 2) and Driving Me Crazy. All books have received great reviews and she is excited to bring more.
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Marlon McCaulsky is an American author and screenplay writer of Fiction, Romance, and Science Fiction. He is known for his novels about contemporary African-American life. Marlon McCaulsky was born in Brooklyn, NY and was raised in St. Petersburg FL. Marlon is a graduate of the International Academy of Design and Technology Tampa.
His first major publication was in (2008) The Pink Palace and has gone on to publish over thirteen novels and anthologies. Marlon is a screenplay writer at Creative Genius Films. It is responsible for the short films No Time For Love (2013), Annulment (2014) and the feature length film Used To Temporary Happiness (2012). A Sci-Fi thriller Returned (2015).
He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
· Used To Temporary Happiness (2012) (screenplay writer, producer)
· No Time For Love, short film (2013) (screenplay writer)
· Annulment, short film (2014) (screenplay writer)
· Returned (2015) (screenplay writer)
Awards and nomination:
2010 African American Literary Award nominee best anthology “Romance For The Streets”
2014 PEN’Ashe Magazine nominee best novel “Malicious”
2015 GANSPA Award Winner Best Erotica Short Story “Bad Girl”
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