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