Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Ep36 – In Full Color – Rachel Dolezal

In this episode, I’ll be speaking with Rachel Doležal, who will be reading from her book entitled, In Full Color: Finding My Place In A Black and White World. In June 2015, the media “outed” her as a white woman who had knowingly been “passing”

Ep34 – 101 Protocols for Online Dating – Brent Louis Miller

It’s time to rev up your love life! In this episode, we’ll be speaking with Brent Louis Miller, author of 101 Protocols for Online Dating. Online dating continues to grow and is more popular now than ever! The proverbial “message in a bottle” gone digital.

Ep33 – Trybal Gratitude Journal – Alexsys Thompson

Happy New Year to Everyone!!! In this episode, we’ll be featuring a tool to help you start 2018 off right! It’s called the Trybal Gratitude Journal, created by Alexsys Thompson. As Alexsys will explain, the journal is a culmination of a lifetime of practice, failure,

Ep20 – New Year Inspiration – Charlie Miller

Happy New Year! This episode is a temporary deviation from our usual format in hopes of bringing you some new year inspiration. On this episode, I speak with Charlie Miller, a writer, speaker, and successful basketball coach. Coach Charlie lives by the motto of “practice

Ep19 – 1:03 AM – Amber Jerome~Norrgard

In this episode, I speak with Amber Jerome~Norrgard. She will be reading from her essay collection entitled, 1:03 AM. Amber returns with her fifth essay collection. Written in the author’s comedic and honest style, Jerome~Norrgard grabs the reader from page one and doesn’t let go

Ep17 – Unexpected Prisoner – Robert Wideman

Today on Veterans Day, I speak with Lieutenant Robert Wideman of the US Navy. He will be reading from his novel entitled, Unexpected Prisoner: Memoir of a Vietnam POW. When his plane crashed on a bombing run in the Vietnam War, Lt. Robert Wideman feared falling into

Ep12 – The Last Dragon – Taimak

In this Chapter One episode, I speak with Taimak Guarriello. He will be reading from his autobiography entitled, Taimak, The Last Dragon. Berry Gordy’s Last Dragon is a legendary cult classic from the 1980s, filled with action, humor, and an iconic soundtrack. But when the

Ep10 – Voices from the Block – Ann Fields

In this Chapter One episode, I speak with Author Ann Fields who will be reading from her book entitled, Voices from the Block: A Legacy of African-American Literature. Voices is a collection of unforgettable short stories, poems and essays from emerging and established writers, members