Book Cover Release!!!

Originally posted on Tiffany's Scribbled Thoughts:

So, you, subscriber, you have made it. You are the best. You will now be awarded with my book cover!

and here is the cover



I’m so happy with it!

Thank you Pro eBook Covers! Thank you Fiverr! Very inexpensive.

So now, Here’s my timeline:

The contest has been moved back a week (SORRY! I forgot I was going to Vegas on the 5th! Kind of hard to announce a winner on the same day!) so it will officially begin on April 4th.

My book will be released…. APRIL 10th, 2014!

Exciting! Keep up with me on my Facebook Fan Page!

Stay tuned!

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Thank you for your kindness

Originally posted on lovelyseasonscomeandgo:

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I want to say I appreciate and thank every person that takes the time to visit this blog and read my posts.

Thank you for your warm welcome and kindness.

Surely I am feeling the love. It is my prayer that I will be a blessing with all honesty while sharing my life and how it’s been changed and still under construction by God’s grace. Even if it’s just a little bit or a lot.

I am so grateful.  God bless, I love you bunches and sending out blessings, lots of joy, peace, happiness, best wishes and love to everyone.  Betty


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Pharrell: 15 Songs You Might Not Know Pharrell Williams Produced

Originally posted on The Chicago Defender:


“Because I’m Happy … Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof … clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth.” Before I go any further in this article I have to give credit to my sister Stacie, who recognized this song as the global hit it would become back when it was first released last fall … YOU WERE SO RIGHT!

Okay, back to our guy Pharrell Williams.

You can’t turn on a radio, television or even tune into the NBA All-star Game or the Oscars without seeing or hearing Pharrell singing his hit song “Happy.” Originally released on the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack last year, “Happy” is currently sits at #1 on the Billboard 100 chart and was nominated for an Oscar (unfortunately it didn’t win). And it is featured on his (really good) second studio album titled G I R L that…

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6 Mysterious Airplane Disappearances in Aviation History

Originally posted on TIME:

The shocking disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has captured the attention of millions around the world as the search for the airplane and its passengers and crew continues. What happened to the flight’s 239 passengers and crew after the plane left Kuala Lumpur on Saturday? It is becoming an increasingly desperate question as the days pass.

But it’s hardly the first mystery of its kind. While it’s extremely rare that a flight simply vanishes with barely a trace, aviation history has seen its fair share of enigmatic disappearances and unfortunate flights that literally flew off the radar. Here are six of the half-solved and unsolved airline mysteries that kept investigators clueless for years.

Air France Flight 447: An Airbus A330 flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris plunged into the Atlantic Ocean in 2009, killing all 228 passengers and crew on board. But it took a full five…

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Oscars 2014: Pharrell (and his hat) get everyone dancing to ‘Happy’ — VIDEO

Originally posted on PopWatch:

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Pharrell’s hat made its first Oscars appearance when the musician glided onstage to perform the first song of the night, Despicable Me 2‘s “Happy.” But seeing the little star in the giant hat wasn’t even the highlight of the performance: Pharrell joined a group of very enthuasiastic dancing kids onstage for the performance and made his way off the stage to enlist some of the lady nominees to dance along with him. First was Lupita Nyong’o, who jumped up out of her seat and showed off some moves that made America swoon over her for the millionth time. Next came Meryl Streep, who shimmied away — she was only a few seats away from Jennifer Lawrence, who made one of those “please don’t pick me” faces and unfortunately for us didn’t get a turn, but Amy Adams did and it was…

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“I Am An Artist” – recited during the 2/24/2012 broadcast|Blog TalkRadio

The day I was born was one of the greatest events in my life…

Something told me that I was born to be that change often spoken of

When I stepped into the shoes of past visionaries it felt invigorating

In the forefront of my mind the word visionary beamed brightly, and I basked in the brilliance of life

With each passing day I am given the exclusive opportunity to represent ambition and passion without guilt nor shame,

And of those nights I weep, I know that joy comes in the morning

I am the sparkle in the creator’s eye

I am the magic in the dancer’s feet

I was born to be great

I am an artist…


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GD’s i Artist Presents Authors, Brooklen Borne and Anthony Pathfinder on “A Touch of Grace,” the afternoon of Monday, 2/24/2014 at 1:30PM [Pacific Standard Time].

To listen to the show click the link,or: ON DAY OF SHOW ONLY: Call in to speak with the host (347) 215-7169.


About Brooklen:

Brooklen Borne is a native New Yorker who grew up in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn. He began writing short stories in his sophomore year of high school, based on his street experience. His high school English teacher enjoyed his stories and advised him that he should enter his writings in the state wide writing contest. He didn’t follow through with her suggestion because the streets were more appealing.


About Anthony:

The Pathfinder, originally from Kingston, Jamaica, is an author, poet and father. He was raised in the South Bronx, and attended Queens college. An avid reader, he developed a love of writing, and authored over 200 poems before parlaying his interest in writing into a passion for story-telling.

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Francine Lucas – Sinclair [Daughter of American Gangster - Frank Lucas] on BlogTalkRadio

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One of the biggest interviews of the season hits the airwaves on GD’s I, Artist on “A Touch of Grace.”

Her father, Frank Lucas, was one of the most infamous gangsters in American history, portrayed by Oscar Winning actor Denzel Washington in the blockbuster film, “American Gangster, and she has granted GD an exclusive interview.

In the upcoming film, Francine Lucas-Sinclair will tells her side of the story.

Thursday, 2/13/14 at 1:30PM [p.s.t.]

To listen to recorded broadcast click:


This event was made possible by World Media & the writing team of Lucas & Brown.

Full Guest Line Up for Thursday’s show:

Francine Lucas – Sinclair [Daughter of American Gangster - Frank Lucas]

The Ladies of DLP [Voices of the soundtrack - Christina G. and Voyce]

Daveo Lee [Music Producer of Soundtrack]

The. Gangsters Daughter is being filmed and written in pieces to prevent the massive bootleg of the movie which is said to have been one half billion dollars in the movie American Gangster. Even the actor and staff will not know the whole story and how the movie ends.

The pieces will be put together like a puzzle right before the premier.

For Ads pieces of the film will be available, Trailers Etc The Gangsters Daughter is being written by Francine Lucas and Cornell Brown (Lucas & Brown)

The date of the movie will be told to the public right before its release . If you want to be one of the first to know then you will need to like us on Facebook

The Daveo Lee Project is working on some of the songs for the soundtrack. The word is that the lead singer of the ladies of DLP Christina G will play Francine Lucas the daughter of the notorious gangster Frank Lucas stay in touch with the ladies of DLP on Facebook or their website

Francine Lucas – Sinclair website:


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Sound Cloud – The Ladies of DLP, a Daveo Lee Project

the single “Smooth” https://soundcloud.com/wblr1037/smoove-by-the-ladies-of-dlp

The upcoming film is a Lucas & Brown collaborative venture.

Interview made possible by my friends over at World Media.

“Voice” – spirituality – creativity – passion; insight by Author G D Grace

As a creative, it is important to know who you are and the message you want to convey from a socially conscious angle, as well as, from a spiritual one.

The best interviews on my internet radio show are the ones when the artist can speak from the origins of their beginnings to their present with credible passion.

Art in the veins of a true creative is just as warm and red as the crimson running through them.

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“What Ever Happened” – Introduction

Originally posted on PrettiBlaqueButterfly:

I guess you could call me your average irregular person. There’s really nothing unique about me, although, I guess I don’t really come across many others like myself. I have dreams, goals, and ambitions like I would assume everyone else does. I want success and happiness; maybe a nice 6’ 3” build to go along with it. These are the types of things that I come up with when I look into my life from the outside. However, looking outside and enduring the feeling of what is going on internally, there’s a whole other life that I haven’t even experienced; yet it is a part of me.

Before I knew how to talk, I could spell. Before I knew how to dream, I could create images. I have always known there were missing pieces from my childhood; steps within the process of growing up that I just couldn’t remember. Members…

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