Food for the Soul is a 614 page book of non-fiction written by Poet, Author and Playwright Maryanne D. Brown Campbell, aka M. D. Johnson. It features recipes, startling statistics, deeper insight into the reason 70% of black women are single, poetry, ...
Posted Saturday, July 2nd 2016 at 6:03PM
Serpentine Tongue is a composite of 11 of Maryanne D. Brown Campbell's earlier works, featuring poems, plays, collages and pencil sketches of her visions, and artistry. She presents the trials and tribulations, the life experiences, and notions of a ...
Posted Saturday, July 2nd 2016 at 6:02PM
Relica Enchanted is a novella series still in the works, whose premise may still need unwrapping, however it is the author’s first attempt at fiction writing, in which she fuses erotica, romance, horror, action and adventure and sci-fi or fantasy tog ...
Posted Saturday, July 2nd 2016 at 5:58PM
What is your favorite book of all time that you would recommend to others? And why do you like it or why would you recommend it? Was it life altering for you? ...
Posted Saturday, July 31st 2010 at 2:38AM
Etc.... and why? what do you love most about it? Any recipes you care to share or restaurants you care to recommend?
Posted Saturday, July 31st 2010 at 2:28AM
How do you define success, and has higher education or college been a part of it?
Are you currently working in a field or industry that utilizes your degree? ...
Posted Saturday, July 31st 2010 at 2:19AM
What is more important to you as an African-American woman, if you could only choose one component of a relationship: Security or Love?
Security defined as having enough resources to sustain your livelihood or to survive comfortably, material wis ...
Posted Saturday, July 31st 2010 at 2:14AM
As the sun shining in the midst of storm,
Through thunder, rain and lightening,
So Is God… see the rainbow…
Nothing remains the same
We’re seldom willing to fly on the wings of change
Though He spread His wings for us
With a purp ...
Posted Sunday, April 25th 2010 at 2:36PM
It absolutely appalls me when someone you regarded as an enemy or foe, acts as if you are the best of friends. As if their memories of the past were somehow obscured by the present. I know it's best to let the past go, and I agree, however, when I ...
Posted Friday, April 9th 2010 at 10:32PM
With all the talk about Tiger and his sex addiction, and if he doesn't complete his therapy and treatment program he can adopt another addiction, I have to ask, what are you addicted to?
Don't get me wrong, there are healthy addictions, but is t ...
Posted Friday, April 9th 2010 at 10:19PM
Last night, the news featured a non-profit, charitable organization called Invisible Children. They need your support. All you have to do is type invisible children in the search link of Facebook, click it when it comes up, vote and become a fan. T ...
Posted Friday, January 22nd 2010 at 7:29PM
Syracuse University has 10 Full Rides for African American Men and Women Interested in Studying Architecture. Mark Robbins, Dean of Syracuse University's School of Architecture is desperately seeking young men and women of color interested in pursuin ...
Posted Saturday, January 16th 2010 at 11:09PM
Do you have a shoe fetish? Can you disclose the number of heels you have and not feel guilty or ashamed? Do you have more than you can fit in the closet? More than you can wear in a month? Anyone want to confess? What's your favorite style, color ...
Posted Monday, January 4th 2010 at 3:36AM