• ABCs of Relationships: Emotional Survival Games – Book Review
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    Love this Book Review? Comment Below and Share it! http://goo.gl/SoIfKp or http://TheINDIEgatorMag.com/?p=4543 Book Review by Kitty Y. Williams As an Editor by profession, occasionally I take on Special Projects that I feel will hopefully the world in some way. In early 2014, I was commissioned to edit and redesign a few projects for the owner of Inner Harmony Books, Cynthia Moore. Her first release came in the 1st quarter of that year entitled Soul Say Yes (about living your existence). I enjoyed that book because I am a Businesswoman and believe in independence and the freedom to live my purpose without boundaries. When it came time to edit the second edition of her 2006 book ABCs of Relationships: Emotional Survival Games, I ended up signing up for more than I had anticipated. And it was worth it. In both publications, the Author utilized stories from her own journey in life as well as the coping skills and training she gained as a Licensed Therapist to really break

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  • Why Ms. Cynthia’s “Soul Say Yes”
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    - Article Short Link: http://TheINDIEgatorMag.com/?p=4171 In October 2013, Texas Author Cynthia D. Moore had an epiphany. Her soul had just finally awakened to several realizations about her life and purpose during her journey to self-discovery. Thrilled with new understanding of the reason for everything she had experienced, Ms. Moore chose to open up and share some of these challenges and insights with the world as a gift to those still trying to figure out how they fit into society and what it means to actualize your true calling. Get your copy of Cynthia’s new book Soul Say Yes. Connect with her online at SoulSayYes.com, Twitter and Facebook. Only 46 pages short, this is a FANTASTIC read and NOW AVAILABLE online at Amazon, Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Good Reads, Powell’s Books and several other online vendors and stores, this publication by Inner Harmony Books is more than worth its low price.   Mr. Charles: Hello everyone. I'm here with

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  • Second Chance for Prosperity
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    - As seen in the July/Sep 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Pages 41-46. Facebook │ Twitter │ Storm Magazine by Kitty Y. Williams In 2011, I ran into Prosperity SeVen at a local Houston TV station as she was auditioning for a new POM TV production, America’s Next Big TV Star. A Journalist friend of mine had mentioned her to me before. P7 and I began talking about all the things she was doing professionally and the conversation was so good, I invited her to share it with me on The Kitty Williams Show. We mainly talked about her challenges with being a victim of Domestic Abuse and how she finally found a positive outlet and ultimately broke free of those chains. So many doors have been opening for Prosperity SeVen and her future looks far brighter than before. It is as if she caught a new wave of blessings, a second chance at a life full of prosperity. Below is that August (2011) interview from the show and afterwards are UPDATES of everything she’s been getting into

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  • Getting to Know Lee Hawkins
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    - As seen in the July/Sep 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 16-22. - Article Short Link: Facebook │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Reverbnation │ iTunes by Kitty Y. Williams By day he’s interviewing a range of Celebrities including Lady Gaga, 50 Cent, The Kardashians, Usher, even UFC Executives... By midnight he’s in the studio having romantic conversations with his other love; Music. You may recognize Lee Hawkins as a guest commentator on the Fox Business News network and a staff Reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Lee shared with The INDIEgator his musical journey from Minnesota to New York City and how he balances it with his love for Journalism. We also get some insight into some unique ways to make it in the music industry as an Independent Artist including knowledge he’s gained from interviewing top Celebs in the business. The INDIEgator: Where are you from and where are you currently located? Lee: I am originally from St. Paul, Minnesota and I currently

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  • Music Review: T-A-Z
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Page 55. - Article Short Link: Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter │ BlogTalkRadio │ Myspace Hip Hop/Jip-Jop by Austyn "Mr Bugz" Jeter T-A-Z has been producing and writing music for 16 years and writing novels for 30 years. He has produced music for many different artists including Jerry Hairston, Ronald “Smooth Sounds Smoot”, Regina Morris, Miss V, G. Wright and N.T. Poet. T-A-Z is also writing Shay Diamond which is a black female super hero comic book (due in stores this summer).  The music that is associated with him is called Jip-Jop. A term Smooth Sounds coined because of the Jazzy Plus Hip Hop Flavor entrenched in the music. The subject matter of the music from being the first black President of the USA (2 years before Obama) to reversed where the majority of the racks had a reversed element in them. Also T-A-Z is responsible for 100% of the lyrics and music for Miss V’s five albums, Jerry

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  • On The Shelf: Playin’ In The Streets and The Virgin Memoirs
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Page 23. - Article Short Link Review by Kitty Y Williams Above are two books that I’ve had the pleasure to read recently. Demetrias D. Charles and Miah Gamati grew up on the rough side of the streets in big cities thousands of miles apart from each other. A common theme they share is suffering abuse and the absence of love early on, followed by getting caught up in “the life” as they attempted to fend for themselves in a cold world at young ages. Both Playin’ In The Streets and The Virgin Memoirs share deeply personal details in a chronicled approach, about the journeys of these two souls through all of their tribulations and learning experiences. As cliché as it may sound, I laughed a bit and admit I even got a little teary eyed at some parts as I found myself able to identify with and relate to some of the harsh life lesson’s they’ve learned. In reading these, I was also reminded never to judge anyone

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