• 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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  • Pieces of Reese: Remembering Reese Kirkland II (Tawab Rawchaa)
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    Article Shortlink: http://TheINDIEgatorMag.com/?p=3989 Comment and Share Below!!! Actual True Story: On Saturday, February 22nd 2014 our Friend, former Producer and Co-Host Reese Kirkland Jr. (also known by his Hebrew name: Tawab Rawchaa) was murdered while picking up his daughter from his ex-girlfriend's house for his regularly scheduled weekly visit. In honor of our Brother, our YouTube playlist above is a collection of videos that we have from when Reese filmed his special informative segment "The Real With Reese" on The Kitty Williams Show. This playlist will also include videos we've found from around the web that mention or show tribute to Reese while he was living and the circumstances surrounding his unexpected passing as well. Please check back regularly for updates. by Kitty Y. Williams That First Time... I remember the first time I met Reese Kirkland. In the summer of 2011, a friend of mine had just become partners with a local television station and was holding

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  • Grown Folks Only: What’s In YOUR Bedroom?
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    - As seen in the January 2014, Business Edition issue of The INDIEgator. - Article Short Link: http://TheINDIEgatorMag.com/?p=3531 (Note:  You can skip right to the Interview on Page 2) Business Review: On Saturday, September 7th, 2013, The INDIEgator Magazine attended the Bedroom Kandi "Ladies Night" Launch Party, hosted by our friend Michele Thompkins. The theme was mature, educational conversation about Sex and how to spice things up in your bedroom. This was a classy event which took place in a Fabulous upscale neighborhood in Sugar Land, TX. The whole setup was very Beautiful and Tasteful, the Dessert selections were quite Creative and Artistic. We loved it! Nothing was awkward despite the fact that this was our very first time attending an event like this. Our Editor even participated and won a few prizes! Michele and her Assistants ensured that everyone was comfortable and no one felt left out. Ladies (and Gentleman), if you need a little help getting things even

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  • Finding The Perfect Mate: Actions Speak Louder Than Words
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pagse 42-44. - Article Short Link: Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter  │ Linked In from Break Up, Don’t Break Down by D. Ivan Young Ready for the love of your life? Here’s what you need to know. Finding someone to occupy your time is easy, but pinpointing that special someone who meets your requirements, that’s another story. Seemingly a daunting task, here are some things that will give you a decided advantage. By following this list, you will lessen your chance of getting Mr. or Ms. Wrong, while greatly improving the odds of finding Mr. or Ms. Right. Taken from Break Up, Don’t Break Down by D. Ivan Young adopted exclusively for The INDIEgator Magazine™. What people say is one thing, what they do is another. Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth will speak. Where a person’s heart is, is where they put their treasure. Pay attention to the little things that people do; it speaks volumes!

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  • The Ex Factor: How to Survive the Drama
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 39-41 - Article Short Link: - As originally posted on Kayo Branded's Official Website. Twitter │ Email THE EX FACTOR: HOW TO SURVIVE THE DRAMA by Kayo Branded They lied, cheated, the two of you broke up and got back together. They lied, they cheated, the two of you broke up and got back together. They lied, cheated, you bought you some sense, packed up your clothes and kids, moved, and then the drama began. It is amazing how as long as you are fighting to save a wrong relationship, the party who is causing the issues has no issue until you decide you want better for yourself. From harassing phone calls, showing up at your job, threatening emails, and multiple calls to your mama, I think we all can benefit from a crash course in Dealing with Exes 101. Now if both of you have come to a mature agreement about chucking the deuces and have decided to remain friends, consider yourself blessed with no stress, but

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  • The Real With Reese: Young Parenting
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Page 38. - Article Short Link:   by Reese Kirkland Jr. (R.I.P.) What I want to discuss with you is a topic dear to my heart. It’s about parenting, young parents. As young people, we seem not to get along with our parental partners; what I see is a lot of ya’ll not allowing the children to spend time with the other parent. I can understand all kinds of reasons for that, definitely being if the other parent is not a good person, their lifestyle, mannerisms or whatever it might be. But really I see a lot of it just being jealousy, whether that person might be doing a little better than the other or if they have someone new in their life. Unless it’s very serious why the child is not allowed to be around that other parent, please let your child, please let your child, get some time to know themselves. As a person brought up in a single parent home, having a stepfather, I had everything until I got older,

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