Novelist Dana Myles, East High School, MPW Kennesaw State University, BA Tuskegee University, joined the ranks of independently published authors in the summer of 2008, with her first book, Satin Sheet Memoirs, Volume 1 – a collection of erotic short stories and sensual poems. Since then, she’s self-published three additional books: Let There Be Life, Hello Diva and Breaking Point. Her latest novella, Aphrodite’s Twin, is scheduled to be released in 2015.
Originally from the fountain city of Columbus, Georgia this southern belle with a city girl twist is a proud "all in your business" grandmother of three and mother of six. In November of 2011 with encouragement by a best friend she joined the National Novel Writing Month Challenge: write 50,000 words in thirty days. She entered every year since then and came 100 words short each time. It took three years of diligent effort to bring out her dark characters. In November of 2014 the challenge was met with the completion of her fourth Dark Urban Fantasy novel entitled The Hiddeyn.
Meet Dwayne Meeks, Urban Colors Director/CO-Founder and author of the book Pieces Never Missing: How to Engage Fathers as Stakeholders in the Children’s Academic Achievement, and participate in a discussion on fatherhood engagement styles that facilitate healthy communication in a 21st Century Education System. Pieces Never Missing, explores Dwayne’s battle with his own particular issues and how he now utilizes what he has learned to support parenthood engagement from this new point of view. Author will be selling copies of his book. http://www.urbancolors.org/
The Apprentice of Peace: An Uncommon Dialogue is a unique platform from which we can all learn, grow and find the peace missing in our lives. An Uncommon Dialogue is based on three principles: The Realization, The Committed Effort, & Accepting Principles of Change. Acknowledgement and application of these principles in a given situation will allow a person to begin to work towards the peace that they are in need of. Meet authors Ronnie 'Qi' Harvey and Pos Lu Chan as they illustrate circumstances that disrupt peaceful living and share a blueprint to reclaim it.
Historian Tracy Beach will present on the amazing life of Madame Laura Evens and the history of prostitution in Colorado. And, as a special bonus, Beach will have on display her collection of vintage prostitute clothing dating from 1890-1949, including shoes, fur coats, hats and other artifacts.
A short article discussion group, perfect for our busy lives and short attention spans. This session: “The Spy Who Fired Me” by Esther Kaplan, Harper’s Magazine, March 2015. Get your copy on hold today, or read it on Zinio!