Real Talk w/Terry

It Is Written: Angela Marie Holmes

In the latest edition of the It Is Written: Author Series, host Terry Cato, interviews author Angela Marie Holmes.

Angela M. Holmes-Poole, newly married was born and raised in Sacramento, California. She is debuting her two transitional memoirs “Lukewarm” and “I Don’t look Like What I’ve Been Through” while bringing urban fiction to life. This trilogy is based on true trials and spiritual triumphs after a near death experience by gunfire in 1995. Relocating to Atlanta in her mid-twenties, Angela established lifelong friendships and extended family. This author used writing as her therapy to share her experiences of domestic violence with other young woman who have been or are going through similar situations. While reflecting over her life, she realized that everything happened for a reason. Angela strives to be a light to her friends and community as an active member of Center of Praise Ministries. The author is now working to finish her Lukewarm trilogy with her third novel entitled “Here I Am”.

It Is Written: Toni Shiloh

Check out Terry’s latest interview with author, Toni Shiloh. Toni is a wife, mom, and Christian fiction writer. Once she understood the powerful saving grace of the love of Christ, she was moved to honor her Savior. She writes soulfully romantic novels to bring Him glory and to learn more about His goodness.

Episode 20: Real Talk w/Terry: Sunni Harley, Founder of The Princess Book Club Real Talk w/Terry

Host Terry Cato interviews the founder of The Princess Book Club in honor of domestic violence awareness month. They discuss the organization's annual domestic violence awareness tea that is held annually in April. 
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Real Talk w/Terry: The Links Silicon Valley Annual Authors’ Luncheon

The Links Silicon Valley

The San Jose Chapter of The Links is having their annual Link’s Authors’ Luncheon & Fundraiser on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the San Jose Fairmont Hotel.

The 2019 theme is “Your story, My story, Our story”. Meteorologist, Kari Hall from NBCU Bay Area Channel 11 is Mistress of Ceremony.

The authors bring worldwide stories with humor, wisdom and sincerity.
You will leave with the question, “Am I balancing the right stuff?” The program includes a lively Auctioneer who brings interesting, unusual, one-of-a-kind pieces!

The Authors:
W. Kamau Bell – “The Awkward Thoughts of W. Kamau Bell”
Jamia Wilson – “Young, Gifted and Black”
Gina L. Carroll- “A Story That Matters”

For tickets: click here

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