Black Authors Network Radio Show Hosts Christian Authors Reading Session
Listen below to today’s most inspiring authors read live from their newly
released books. Some of the books aren’t on the shelves yet!
Browse the EDC Creations Bookstore for the books showcased:
Authors Reading Schedule
Presentation: Sister Girl It’s Not That Serious, Min. Celeste Kelley
Music: Russel Blake from the Quiet Strength CD
Music: A Better Place by June Rochelle
8-8:30pm EST (Fiction)–Victoria Christopher Murray
— Marilynn Griffith
— Pat G’Orge Walker
— Pat Simmons
— Kia Stokes
8:30-9:00pm EST (Fiction)
Music: God is Good by June Rochelle
— Toyi Ward
— Roishina C. Henderson
— Monique Miller
— Angela Benson
9:30-10:00pm EST (Non-Fiction)
Music: Beauty Designed by God by Stanice Anderson
— Poetry by Russel Blake
— Stanice Anderson
— Paulette Harper
— Cheryl L. Donovan
— Tyora “Ty” Moody; upcoming blog tours
10:00-10:30 EST (Non-Fiction)
Sister Girl Series by Min. Celeste Kelley Narrative Exposition & Prayer
— Sharon Norris Elliott
— Min. Lamont Mclaurin
— Sandra Hamer
— Princess-`Odilia, SC
Quiet Strength, CD by Russel Blake is available on iTunes, Rhapsody, and Amazon.com MP3 Downloads.
Play This, CD by June Rochelle is available on CD Baby, iTunes, Rhapsody, and Amazon.com MP3 Downloads.
Nearly everyone would agree that music is one of the most significant and enduring art forms ever created by mankind, though most people still view it primarily as entertainment. An astute few seem capable of looking beyond music’s obvious entertainment value, and among these is bassist Russel Blake. He views music as both a tool for healing the spirit, and as a means of removing the cultural barriers which divide us, by serving as mankind’s universal language.
Blake strives to convey this message not only through his music, but also through his words and actions. To Russel Blake, being a musician is a gift which carries with it a serious obligation.
June Rochelle kicked off 2008 in a big way by releasing her new CD “Play This” and gaining the attention of President elect Barack Obama’s Campaign for Change where she was the headliner for one of their events in the state of Indiana that went from red to blue. Hollywood star Sanaa Lathan used her star power to plug the event in Indianapolis and the rest is of course history.
Thank you for listening,
Ella Curry, EDC Creations