“The Lady Dealer” is a title Michelle Briscoe garnered in her short tenure in Georgia. She has learned a good deal about how to earn six figures and now she is ready to pay it forward and help the next group of women wanting to build live prosperous lives.
Critically acclaimed bestselling author Author Sophia A. Nelson talks about her latest book ‘Be The One You Need’. Nelson talks about self-care and provides empowering practical inspirations to help #selfcare #sophiaANelson #Blackauthors #inspiration
Tamika Newhouse prides herself on being intentional when making the decision to start a publishing company after writing her second novel. She is celebrating 10 years of running her nonprofit book club, AAMBC, and is excited about hosting her seventh year of “Black Writers Weekend” Aug. 5–7 in Atlanta.
DeVon Franklin is a Hollywood producer and a New York Times bestselling writer. In his new audiobook, It Takes a Woman, he introduces the readers to the women in his “village of love” who raised and shaped him into the man he is today.
Frederick Joseph is the New York Times bestselling author of The Black Friend. He is also an award-winning marketing professional and media representation advocate who was recently selected for the Forbes 30 Under 30 List. Joseph talks with rolling out about his upcoming book, Patriarchy Blues: Reflections on Manhood, which examines the culture of masculinity […]
Author Janeé Brown’s latest groundbreaking book, Pieces of a Woman, Volume 1, blossomed beautifully from the most innocuous but engrossing of conversations with a cross-section of dynamic women. This independent book publisher’s new series will illustrate the way women are celebrated, mistreated, glorified, objectified and undervalued with poignant and introspective accounts straight from the mouths […]
Lance Thompson, the CFO of Clark Atlanta University, is a Black history connoisseur who has a flair for both finance and the creative writing arts. The prolific nonfiction and fiction writer began conceptualizing his latest book, Black Wounds: The Pains, Scars and Triumphs of Black America, during the apex of the coronavirus pandemic and racial […]
Author, Pastor, founder of LifePrep chief engagement & fulfillment officer for the T.D. Jakes Foundation, Michael Phillips joins Tigner James to discuss his new book Wrong Lanes Have Right Turns and how we can dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline #education @fiftycan @mikephillipsoffical #schooltoprisonpipeline #books #selfhelp
Storyteller and renowned poet Harold Green III explains the creative backstory to his Ode to Black women during Women’s Month. Black Roses: Odes Celebrating Powerful Black Women, pays tribute to all Black women by focusing on visionaries and leaders of our time.
Bestselling author Dr. Cindy Trimm joins Tigner James to discuss her latest latest book – “Unstoppable: Compete With Your Best Self and Win” This book is for individuals who want to know how to get unstuck in their lives and figure out what winning looks like for their personal journey. Make sure you tune in […]
Audrey Nicole is the author of the book Broken Through a Shattered Glass, in which she recounts her life, how she was able to come to the realization of her true self, and how she’s able to guide and motivate others who are lost souls like she once was.
Host, Tigner James speaks with Chris Lockhart and Daniel Chama about their new picturesque book Walking the Bowl. ‘Walking the bowl’ is based on true incidents that occurred on the streets of Lusaka, yet the book reads like a novel. #walkingthebowl #Streetchildren #homeless #streetlife #goodbooks
Host Tigner Rand talks with Sadeqa Johnson about her new novel Yellow Wife. The story of Pheby Delores Brown and promised freedom on her eighteenth birthday. The story depicts what Black women endured during slavery and to what great lengths they would go for the love of their children. #historicalfiction #novel #southernnovel #africanamericannovel #blackhistory #motherslove
Majora Carter, urban revitalization strategist, real estate developer, MacAuthor Fellow and author spoke with host Tigner Rand about her new book Reclaiming Your Community: You Don’t Have to Move out of Your Neighborhood to Live in a Better One.
In her debut book ‘Red Lip Theology: For Church Girls Who’ve Considered Tithing to the Beauty Supply Store When Sunday Morning Isn’t Enough’, Candice talks about her discovery of freedom in a progressive way. The book is a tool that allows women to think and explore the boundless possibilities they can become when they live […]
Denise Woods, an internationally renowned and highly sought-after Hollywood voice coach, spoke with rolling out’s Tigner about her new book The Power of Voice. Denise has worked with some Hollywood’s great performers such as Mahershala Ali Will Smith, and Idris Elba to Kirsten Dunst and Jessica Chastain. #ThePowerofVoice #thevoice #author #Ihearyou @Speakitclearly #speech #ownyourpower #publicspeaking […]
Kel Mitchell, two-time Emmy Award–nominated actor, producer, comedian, and youth pastor talks with rolling out about his new book, In Blessed Mode‘. Kel provides insight to a 90-day journey to help you find freedom from negative thinking, let go of your past, and embrace the freedom God has for you.
Dr. Chavis joins CEO Munson Steed to talk about his new book The Silent Shore: The Lynching of Matthew Williams . The book investigates and reconstructs the full story of one of the last lynchings in Maryland.
New York Times bestselling young adult fantasy author, J. Elle talks about her new book ‘Ashes of Gold’ as well as the debut novel, ‘Wings of Ebony’.
In the new memoir by Lauri, Dancing in the Dash: My Story of Empowerment, Diplomacy, and Resilience‘, we talk about her life’s journey, and how her training in dance helped establish the skills-balance, endurance, perseverance-that informed her approach to the challenges faced.