Thursday, September 17, 2009

New York Times Bestselling Author, Mary Monroe - "God Ain't Blind"

The members of "Pages" Book Club in Northern California were honored with a Special Guest at their September meeting.

Novelist Mary Monroe read from her newest book, "God Ain't Blind."
I find her writing to be similar to Toni Morrison, although, easier for me to read.

If you're one of my "GRITS" (Girls Raised In The South), she's a 'must read.'

If you love mystery and suspense, she's got something for you too.

And, if urban fiction is your thing - Mary Monroe has you covered.

If you haven't done so, you must add this author to your library.

Ms. Monroe is not only a gifted writer/artist, she is one of the most personable, down-to-earth sisters I've ever met.

Please remember to support our artists/authors.

For more information on Ms. Monroe and her work, including her tour schedule, copy and paste the link below in your browser.

Her books are available in bookstores, and through all the 'usual suspects,' Barnes and Noble, Borders, Books-A-Million and

Much love and continued success to Ms. Mary Monroe.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

"Live From San Francisco, It's Barbara Rodgers,"

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What Do Linda Ronstadt and Cheryl Broussard Have In Common?

They're both guests on "Live From San Francisco, It's Barbara Rodgers!" this coming Saturday, September 19 from Noon to 2 p.m.

Everybody loves music - and we all need money!

Linda Ronstandt talks about the art of music and Cheryl Broussard gives us tips on the art of the deal - or managing our finances.

"Live From San Francisco, It's Barbara Rodgers"

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

"Where's Waldo?" I mean, Where's Lynn? :)

John Legend Concert at the Greek Theater in Berkeley on Sunday, September 6, 2009

Review of John Legend at the Greek Theater on Sunday, September 6, 2009

Thanks, Lynn for the review and photos.

It was a great show at the Greek in Berkeley SOLD OUT - Vaughn Anthony, opened the show John Legend's younger brother, followed by India.Arie she was great I have not seen her before she preformed for an hour she introduced her crew at the end of the show - it was her last night opening for John and her Mom also can out and sang at the end she got a Standing Ovation, her Mom can really sing! She use to be a Motown singer her name is Joyce Arie. Oh, it was also, Vaughn Anthony's last night with John.

John came through the audience it was dark you could not see him you could only hear his voice and then all of a sudden he was standing in my row singing the Redemption Song and then made his way to the stage. He also sang "It's Over "and "Remember the Time" with a tribute to Michael Jackson. He was singing "No other Love" and I was wondering how was he going to sing that song without Estelle and just as it came to her part of the song John introduced her & she made a surprise appearance the crowd went WILD! and of course he did "Slow Dance" and pick a girl out of the audience to dance with him. The Show was also being shot for a DVD!

And when John came back to the stage dressed in a dark suit to sing his Encore of "Ordinary People" a fan made it to the stage and sat right next to him on the piano bench, and said "I love you John" security had to drag her off the stage & just as he was leaving the stage another fan made it to the stage and was right behind him. Security was not on their job that night - all I could think of was that they were so focused on shooting the video, but that's still no excuse.