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Keeping the dream alive 

It's 2:34am on October 10, 2019 and I am still awake! Ugh! My mind is racing and my thoughts won't let me rest. I am currently writing 2 pdfs for the store and beginning to understand how completing a thing gives great satisfaction. I have been podcasting now sing 11/07 and along the way, I have picked up a few things. All this time I have only had time for 1 podcast, but recently I have the urge to develop another one, which is very interesting. 

I will soon have a patreon where you can help me reach my goals. I will be posting the link up soon on all my social media as well as right here, and I am also composing videos and tutorials for that platform. I know it's a lot for little me, but it's my goal and I know I can do it. 

Just a bit of encouragement to those who are still hustling to make it! You got this! 

Yaya Diamond™

Yaya Diamond interviews Mimi Novic  

Mimi Novic is one of the bestselling authors of today and is ranked amongst the top names in inspirational, motivational and spiritual books in the world. 

She is one of today's most respected inspirational wellbeing lifestyle coaches, motivational and self awareness teachers. She is highly regarded internationally in the fields of self-development and spiritual growth. Working as a therapist, complementary medical practitioner, life coach, voiceover artist, author and motivational speaker. 

Mimi has collaborated with some of the most well-known and knowledgeable therapists, coaches, healers and professionals in their field and bringing together powerful teams that work in synchronicity to bring each client the best possible life enhancing experiences. She teaches and runs workshops and seminars in holistic therapies, alternative medicine and self-awareness, working around the world in clinics, retreats and on a one to one basis. 
Mimi's spiritual and thought provoking writing, as well as her wellness and motivational work, led her to create a series of audio compositions, which take the listener on a mystical journey of self-healing and reflection. Aspiring Hope Music came to life through the many requests of clients, patients and other therapists, who expressed a need to have guided meditations. 

The Aspiring Hope series beautifully harmonises her inspirations with soul enlightening music, which gently ignites the power of the discovery towards self-awareness. 
Her albums provide inspirational messages and meditation music for relaxation and motivation. You can find them and more about her on her website. 

Www.miminovic.co.uk 

This year has so far seen one album, Lovers of The Beloved, guided meditations based on the poems of Rumi and two new books releases The Essence Of Being and Brilliance of Dawn. 

Congrats to our newest Reverebnation winners 

We want to congratulate our @Reverbnation Winners! Stay tuned for the Reverbnation Music Video winners show coming out by the end of the week. 
Chris Molyneaux Music 
The New Starts Now 
DVNCT 
Ed Allison 
Maniac Blac 
Three Guests 
RO-MiNA 
Kate Vargas 
Goddess Cre 
Drae Divine 
UGLY MELON 
Dan Harrison 
Derek Pitts and the Bullets 
Defy The Tyrant 

Congrats again!!!

 

Yaya Diamond interviews Strike Boogie 

Not only did I love this interview, but I loved his music and spirit. Looking forward to hearing much more out of this artist for sure. ~ Yaya Diamond

Here we see determination, engagement, and determination to conquer! I loved this interview, Strike Boogies music, and the message behind the art. Tune in right here to listen in and you will see why this interview touched our host so much. 

Yaya Diamond interviews Author Rachel Anne Cox  

Rachel Anne Cox Delivers Dystopian Thriller 

A Light From The Ashes Via Both Virtual And Actual Tour 

Utah author Rachel Anne Cox offers a literary dystopian novel for adults which owes much of its realness to her skill as a researcher for historical book themes. 

A Light From The Ashes is set in the future wasteland of Virginia where Sam, the son of revolutionaries, wants nothing more than to leave the violence of his past behind him, but the impending Third Revolution and the two women he loves may not let him. With his loyalties torn between his affection for Sophie and maintaining the tentative peace which has prevailed in the land, Sam must navigate the fine lines between peace and rebellion, love and hate, while trying to find his humanity in an inhumane world and within himself. 

Cox plans to launch A Light From The Ashes with a mix of appearances in the spheres of broadcast and digital media, Skypeing with book clubs, and events at book stores, antique shops, coffee houses, and any of a list of unconventional venues that are looking forward to her novel. As a musician who is also writing songs for her book trailer and a companion EP Cox will also be reading and performing at music venues along her tour route. 

For more information visit the author at https://rachelannecoxwriter.com. A Light From The Ashes, published by Glass Spider Publishing, Inc. will be available online and at bookstores and other retailers beginning September 30. For booking and interviews contact Jennifer Perry, Lone Wolf Communications, LLC.

Interview with Author Sola Togun-Butler  

Sola Togun-Butler is an Assistant Professor in the Human Services Department at St. Joseph’s College in Brooklyn, NY. She is also a licensed clinical social worker in the state of New York and Ohio. She has been in the field of social work for over 15 years and has experience in mental health services, medical social work, substance abuse, foster care, gerontology and foster care prevention. She is actively involved in mission work in developing countries, and established the Victoria Ibironke Togun Scholarship fund to provide educational opportunities to young girls in developing countries. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Brooklyn College, a Master’s degree in Social Work from Silberman School of Social Work and a PhD in Education from Northcentral University. 

She immigrated to the United States with her immediate family in 1988. The book “Where Do You Keep The Lions? An African Girl’s First Day of School in America is loosely based on her own experience as a young African immigrant attending an American school for the first time. She was confronted with many stereotypes and negative comments about Africa. In addition to writing the book, she conducts free presentations entitled, “Challenging Myths about Africa” to show others a different perspective on the African continent. The book highlights the importance of cultural diversity and awareness by encouraging children to ask polite questions when curious about other cultures. 
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1098958993

Interview with Amervis López  


Amervis López is content with her life. She lives with her brother and grandmother in a twentieth-century community. She enjoys learning, partaking in authentic home cooked meals, playing at the park, going out with her grandmother, and being an inquisitive child who routinely explored her surroundings. When her grandmother dies, her life is turned upside down. Consequently, the perpetually abused and neglected at-risk youth is forced to navigate dangerous streets as she struggles to survive and cope with one loss after another. 

While she cared about her mother, the woman who gave birth to her felt like a stranger in her home. She spent most of her life moving from one row home to another. Armed with a masculine butch-like stature, Amervis’ mother was not a woman to be trifled with. When her Billy Boy persona took over, she brawled with the best of them, and many cowered at the mention of her name. 

Unfortunately, Amervis experienced the Billy Boy character firsthand when it spilled over into her own life. None of her mother’s personalities had any real interest in raising children, let alone the two she abandoned years earlier. Amervis commits the effort to gain acceptance into the city’s most esteemed public school. Yet, prior to her junior year, she inched closer toward the certainty that she would never make it to prom, let alone graduate. 

Her mother’s response to Amervis witnessing her use of crack crushes Amervis’ minuscule sense of self-worth and security, triggering behaviors completely out of line with who she was at her core and had envisioned herself becoming. Without support, fear consumed Amervis’ thoughts. It was relentless in its pursuit and dogged in its determination to devour any optimistic beliefs of moving beyond the arid terrain of the brutal Badlands. 

As she confronts one impediment after the next, she makes choices that cause her situation to become progressively worse. While Amervis fought for her sanity and freedom, she fixated on dropping out of Central. Thoughts of failure permeated through the constructs of her mind and she blamed her environment and her mother for the limitations she’d encounter. 

Throughout her journey, Amervis starts to acknowledge that continuing to entertain distractions was never going to get her any further than where she remained in life. She eventually creates a strategy and character armor that shields her from giving in to the day-to-day pressures of living on a street corner. 

Business - https://amervis.com 
Personal - https://breakingbadlands.com 
LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/amervis/

Interview with Recording Artist Sweet Randi Love 

https://www.sweetrandilove.com Sweet Randi Love (Ikette Extraordinaire) got her high energy, electricity, & showmanship training from the man who made the first rock and roll song ever, yes, Ike Turner himself, you remember rocket 88, it's in the Rock & Roll hall of Fame. So, with that being said, you know from her history she has definitely got what it takes to keep your attention, and take you to another level. She toured with the Ike Turner Revue as an Ikette and went from an amateur entertainer to a professional. She made her debut in the entertainment industry as an aspiring actress just out of college. Among her television credits are guest spots on "Doctor-Doctor" & "Kelly -vs. - Kelly" with ABC. She has also been featured in films such as: Lambada, Dolemite 2000 (Rudy Ray Moore) & Heat on the Delta (Kris Lamans). She played lead in many plays to include: Primary Colors, To Be Young, Gifted and Black, A Raisin In the Sun, Glasshouse (David McKnight), and the Gospel Musical Play "Blood Brothers," just to name a few. Although Sweet Randi was raised in the church and had a strong Gospel Music background, she did not professionally pursue her musical talents until her successful appearance in the musical about Sam Cook entitled "Inquest," (Jerry Jones, LaWanda Page) at the Ebony Showcase Theatre. She toured the US, Europe, & Japan. She then continued and made appearance performances in the club scene around Los Angeles, San Bernardino & Riverside Counties. She also made appearances in Palm Springs and Several Casino's in Las Vegas. Her recording credits and appearance performances with greats to include: Rick James, James Brown, Gladys Horton of the Marvelettes, Luther Ingram, and Kris Lamans of the Platters. They also include performances with bands and groups such as: The Time, The Gap Band, Lakeside, Rolls Royce, and Mary Jane Girls to name a few. Past credits also include touring and recording with legends to include: Ike Turner, BB King, Solomon Burke, and Gospel Music Pioneer Andrae Crouch. You can definitely experience the ride of your life at her shows. Full of high energy, and grit. There is no doubt that she was trained by the extraordinary legend maker Ike Turner. So if you are a Tina Turner Fan, You will definitely love this show. They both come from the same place! The Universe is now in alignment for the extraordinary talents of Sweet Randi Love and she has only begun to realize her full potential. As an all around entertainer, and anointed minister, her gifted talent and infectious enthusiasm is reflected in her work

Yaya Diamond interviews Q the Music 

Michael Trucks aka Q the Music is a songwriter/performer, a so called vibe artist, that blends light and Dark experiences with his music to tell stories. He's also serving in the military so he uses his world traveling to better his view of the world. Mine is a song about meeting a special person who wants a new vibe in their life and Q brings them into his world 

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Yaya Diamond interviews Felicia Owens   

 

 

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