Join bestselling author Rebecca Walker’s Writers Workshop in Ibiza [Spain] June 23rd – 26th

I would like to invite you to participate in what is to be a truly spectacular and productive retreat for those wishing tell their story...

Join bestselling author Rebecca Walker’s Writers Workshop in Ibiza [Spain]

Set off on an amazing journey to the tranquil hills of Ibiza for the Writers-in- Paradise workshop with best selling author, Rebecca Walker. She will conduct an intensive seminar on The Art of Memoir from June 23rd – 26th, at the extraordinarily charming resort, The Chettinad Wellness Centre.

This is a very special retreat that Rebecca normally only teaches twice a year. This workshop is especially exciting because it will be held in Ibiza, one of the most beautiful and inspiring places in the world, at one of the most sophisticated and beautifully designed destinations in Spain.

The workshop is limited to ten participants so if I were you, I would plan to REGISTER TODAY via PayPal at

For more details, please contact Pam Lewis-Rudden at

How to Be a Sister

About the Author

Angela D. Coleman is an award-winning social entrepreneur, African American Matchmaker, and published author. As the founding President of Sisterhood Agenda, she is recognized as an international expert regarding the social, cultural and health issues that affect Black women and girls.

Ms. Coleman grew up in Newark, New Jersey. She graduated cum laude from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology and a minor in African American Studies. Ms. Coleman also earned a Nonprofit Management Certificate from Duke University in and a Masters in Business (MBA) from the University of Phoenix. She earned additional certificates from the Institute of African Holistic Medicine & Science and The North Carolina Board of Natural Hair Care & Holistic Science.

In 1994, Ms. Coleman founded Sisterhood Agenda, a nonprofit organization created to uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent, a unique population with special needs. Angela was the editor of Sisterhood Agenda Magazine and is currently its primary blog contributor. As Sisterhood Agenda’s President for over 18 years, she established over 3,000 partnerships all over the world including those in the U.S., Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and India.

Recognized for the national and global scale of her work, Ms. Coleman is an Ashoka Fellow and has been featured in ESSENCE, Jet, Teacher Magazine, Adolescence, Princeton Alumni Weekly, Phoenix Focus, Nex Generation, The Star Ledger, Virgin Islands Daily News, and Perspective.

Ms. Coleman is the author of the Black Girls Guide book series, Beautiful. and A Journey Toward Womanhood. In 2012, she launched African American Matchmaking, to help Black people find loving relationships with each other. Ms. Coleman currently resides in St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, the home of Sisterhood Agenda’s Global Training Academy. There, she enjoys consulting, training, writing, exercising, listening to music, traveling and swimming in the ocean.

About the Book

Black Girls Guide is a “how to” publication with purpose. What is the purpose? To inspire Black girls to be bold, bright, sassy, daring, confident, and successful.

In the process, we illuminate the journey through womanhood with:

• Culture/History

• Beauty/Grace

• Resilience/Dignity

• Transformation/Evolution

• Self-Esteem/Self-Worth

• Knowledge/Consciousness

• Soulfulness/Spiritual Development

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Unveiling the Enigma of Independent Schools: From the Perspective of a Veteran Educator

About the Author

Dr. Hyacinth C. Foster was born on the island of Jamaica where she completed her high school education. The next stage on the educational journey involved completing an undergraduate degree in Chemistry, and a postgraduate degree in the Teaching of Biological Sciences, at the University of the West Indies, Mona. Jamaica. After migrating to the United States, she would spend many years as the chair of science at a Quaker School in Brooklyn, New York. As a life-long learner, she holds a Doctorate in Education and continues to instill the importance of learning in her children, Trudy, Gregg, and Sharee. As a voracious reader, she continues to hone her writing skills.

About the Book

As a veteran science educator, educational researcher, 5th to 12th grade classroom teacher, and higher education instructor, Dr. Hyacinth C. Foster believes that all students can learn when offered the appropriate opportunities. As a life-long learner, she continues to instill the importance of learning in her children, Trudy, Gregg, and Sharee. As a voracious reader, she continues to hone her writing skills. Her future projects include a cookbook of her favorite Jamaican recipes and a science book just for young children! This book provides an insight into teaching and learning in three independent schools. The content exposes both the amazing potential to educate young minds in such environments and the devastating effect they might present when all stakeholders are not held accountable.

A Black Child's Lullaby

About the Author

Stephanie Yarbrough-Mason born February 20th 1965 in Flint, Michigan. Currently studies Psychology at Central Michigan University Global Campus. Stephanie is a first-time self-published author who has maintained a career in the insurance and financial service sector for a top firm in Michigan.

Stephanie is also the proud mother of two, Blake and Cherell who both are attending college. As far as she can remember, which has been most of her life, she has a great passion to write poetry or short stories. With a huge amount of courage and determination she completed, what she call a Bucket-list project. Stephanie's primary goal for this book was to try and reach out to young African Americans between the ages of 16 to 27 years of age; because she feels compelled to help those who are at a fragile stage of adulthood.

About the Book

This book is inspirational . This is a must read. Especially for young African Americans. It appears that some of the youth in the African American and for all Americans It was designed and package to be a convenient read but powerful! Enjoy!!


Tied in a Bow


About the Author

I'm a small town girl who was raised in Daingerfield, Tx in a single parent household. I currently live in Tyler, Tx. With my book "Tied in a Bow" I want to reach women across the world & expose them to events in my life to inspire them that they can achieve & overcome anything. My message is that what doesn't kill you only makes you stronger!


About the Book

"It’s like the old saying goes: “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” People have their assumptions and draw their own conclusions about me, and now I’m letting them in on parts of my life. I’ve been through a lot; what’s in this book represents only about half of it. This is what I’m starting out with, just to give people an idea. At the end of the day, I don’t care what people think about me, because everyone is entitled to their own opinion. You would have to know what I’ve been through to know who Toya truly is. My name is Satoya Smith, and this is my story."

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