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The Sistah Girls Podcast
Interviews & Dope Conversation
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The Sistah Girls Podcast is hosted by Sharee Hereford a.k.a #TheSistahGirlNextDoor What you will find in this podcast? Interviews with people making dope moves and dropping gems Who I like to talk to? Authors, Thought Leaders, Entrepreneurs, Eve ...more
The Sistah Girls Podcast is hosted by Sharee Hereford a.k.a #TheSistahGirlNextDoor What you will find in this podcast? Interviews with people making dope moves and dropping gems Who I like to talk to? Authors, Thought Leaders, Entrepreneurs, Everyday people doing amazing things. Book Talk: I am founder of the Sistah Girls Book Club, a book club for brown girls who like to read and converse. So sometimes the podcast will center on a book or an author. Films & Television: Yes I watch, "Atlanta," "Insecure," "Queen Sugar," and every other black show that is telling our story so I will take topics from television to discuss them on this podcast. Who am I? A Brooklyn girl with a whole lot to say. I am a content creator, story teller, and professional eye roller. I believe I'm just one good story away from getting my netflix deal lol. Most of all I'm the Sistah Girl Next Door, a young woman navigating through life trying to grab all the gems and share them.
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January 14, 2019 09:17 PM PST

Sharee Hereford sat down to have a chat with Jazmen Greene, Founder of LiterallyBlack.com.

October 08, 2018 12:46 PM PDT

Takerra Allen has self-published over a dozen novels. She turned her novel, Heaven's Hell into a full-length film that she wrote, directed and produced.

Allen opened up about her life as a writer and entrepreneur, she also gave advice on what it takes to be your own boss.

September 09, 2018 03:20 AM PDT

On this episode, Sharee Hereford got a chance to talk to Omar Tyree, author of the cult classic novel–Flyy Girl. Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the novel, Tyree spoke about the success of the book, how he got his start writing, and everything in between.

July 16, 2018 06:33 AM PDT

Sharee Hereford interviews black independent author B.M. Hardin. Hardin has written and self-published over 30 books and she is not slowing down anytime soon. We discuss how she became a writer, we delve into her stories, and Hardin drops off some gems for aspiring authors.

June 06, 2018 10:51 PM PDT

I sat down with Love Belvin in early 2017 to do a written interview for Permission to Write. The interview was so good that I wanted readers to be able to hear the full interview without edits.

October 08, 2017 03:19 PM PDT

Every year I go through a fourth-quarter crisis. You see the memes and blog posts on ending the year right and planning for the new year. This year I'm going to try something new so I won't end the year depressed that I didn't accomplish all my goals and anxious because the new year is approaching.

May 02, 2017 08:31 PM PDT
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Francina Smith is an actress, writer, director, and producer. She recently created her new web series, "Black Panties." The story follows young women who live in New York City. We get to take a look at the good bad and ugly of trying to make it in the city of dreams. Francina spoke to us about creating the show, how she got into acting and writing and provided some tips for aspiring creators.

April 05, 2017 02:41 AM PDT

I got a chance to speak with black contemporary romance author Bailey West. She recently released her first novel, "Blue's Beauty," we had a candid conversation about her writing, the black church, and what's she has for readers in the future.

February 24, 2017 08:36 PM PST

Sharee and Jarrell are back to discuss episode 2 of "Insecure." Lawrence forgot Issa's birthday and now she won't come home. Whose side are they on, Lawrence or Issa's?

February 24, 2017 08:26 PM PST

You ever dreamed of working for Diddy? Or maybe you've always wanted to know who handles all the PR for all the stars. Look no further, Avery Watson is the woman who gets the stars seen and heard. In this candid interview, Avery opens up to discuss life in the music business behind all the glitz and glam.

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