Donna Hill began her career in 1987 writing short stories for the confession magazines. Since that time she has more than fifty published titles to her credit since her first novel was released in 1990, and is considered one of the early pioneers of the African American romance genre. Three of her novels have been adapted for television. She has been featured in Essence, the New York Daily News, USA Today, Today’s Black Woman, and Black Enterprise among many others. She has appeared on numerous radio and television stations across the country and her work has appeared on several bestseller lists, including Essence, Emerge and The Dallas Morning News among others.

She has received numerous awards for her body of work—which cross several genres– including The Career Achievement Award, the first recipient of The Trailblazer Award, The Zora Neale Hurston Literary Award, The Gold Pen Award among others, as well as commendations for her community service, during her tenure as Director for Kianga House—a transitional residence for homeless teen mothers and their children. Donna co-wrote the screenplay Fire, which enjoyed limited theater release before going to DVD. As an editor she has packaged several highly successful novels, and anthologies, two of which were nominated for awards.

She served as a writing instructor at The Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center in New York. For the past four years, Donna has been a writing instructor with the Elders Writing Program sponsored by Medgar Evers College through Poets & Writers, and oversaw the compilation and publication of their memoir anthology.

Donna is a graduate of Goddard College with an MFA in Creative Writing. She is an Adjunct Professor of English at Essex County College, The College of New Rochelle, and an Adjunct Teaching Assistant for Ashford University. She lives in Brooklyn with her family and works full–time, as a writer, for the Brooklyn Borough President’s office.


Caroline Jhingory

Weight Loss Expert and Author

Ten years ago, at 5’2 and weighing 300-pounds, Author Caroline Jhingory was told by a dermatologist that the dark blotches on her skin were an indication that she was pre-diabetic. Today, Caroline is over 150-pounds lighter and has maintained her weight loss without the help of fad diets or gastric bypass surgery. She attributes her success to her faith, determination, patience…and a treadmill.

As a means to pay forward the blessing of mindful eating and healthy life style choices, Caroline wrote her book “Half My Size How I Ate To Lose 150lbs” to provide comprehensive support, unique fitness tips and motivation to others who want to conquer the battle of obesity. The book features personal revelations about Caroline’s battle with food addiction and her tips for total body health, fitness and nutrition.

Half My Size was released during Caroline’s recent appearances on Good Morning America, Access Hollywood, Extra and Inside Edition. Also, Caroline’s amazing weight loss story is simultaneously featured in People Magazine January 2013 and Fitness Magazine February 2013. The author has previously shared her story on the Dr. Oz Show, the Today Show, the Huffington Post, NBC Washington and in Essence and Shape magazines.

Half My Size How I Ate To Lose 150lbs is available for purchase at, Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble NOOK. To learn more about Caroline Jhingory and view her healthy recipes please visit

Angela Stanton

Angela Stanton


Angela Stanton was born gifted with the ability to captivate people with her words. She is a dynamic motivational speaker and author that has inspired her audiences by her own life’s challenges. Angela was born in Cheverly, M.D. and moved to Buffalo, N.Y. at the age of six weeks.

Angela attended more than thirteen different elementary and high schools before she finally ended up in an alternative school. After being expelled from alternative education she ended up in evening school , then after being expelled from there it was ruled that she could never attend another school in the state of New York.

Angela was sexually and mentally abused beginning at the tender age of five. She first ran away at the age of nine, then subsequently left home for good at the age of twelve.

Angela has endured many of life’s heartaches ranging from promiscuity, drug’s, mental and physical abuse. She has also been arrested over twenty times. Angela is now a married mother of five and a three time convicted felon, who now resides in Atlanta, G.A. with four of her children. She gave birth to her fifth child in prison handcuffed to a bed. She also lost her mother and grandmother to death during her incarceration.

Instead of succumbing to all of her misfortunes in life, she uses her experience in life’s lessons to help other’s overcome. Her story is gripping and her concern is sincere. Along those lines, Angela is the author of Life Beyond These walls and Lies of a real housewife. She is also the founder of Don’t Ask Just Tell which is a non-profit organization that promotes awareness about sexual abuse. Her life is having a profound impact in halfway houses, youth detention centers and on the unsuspecting. Angela’s client list includes satisfied customers from the corporate, civic, faith-based, correctional systems, and school sectors


2013 Headlining Authors

Angela Stanton
Caroline Jhingory
Donna Hill
Sadequa Johnson

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