ReadyWriter Production Company, Tracy L. Bell

ReadyWriter Production Company Celebrating “18 years” in Business!!!


Saturday June 2, 2018 will mark 18 years in business for ReadyWriter Production Company. We are elated by its progress while realizing the goals and milestones we have yet to accomplish.

Tracy L. Bell is CEO and Proprietor and always credit her parents for being the backbone of such success, since it was her mother who saw the potential as her clientele began to grow, way before her experiences took root and launched into a publishing entity.

We’re very proud to say that today, we are a multifaceted business where our ministry exceeds our expectations.

Our anniversary theme this year focuses on “small business” the goal is to interact more and support small start-ups and small businesses.

Mr. Wayne Lester Proprietor of DJ Wayne’s Cultural Emporium

Our anniversary month will kick off on Saturday June 2 with a book signing event at DJ Wayne’s Cultural Emporium located at 162 Passaic Street in Passaic, NJ. Ms. Bell will be signing copies of her three titles from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM and raffling off an Anniversary Gift Basket full of her books, some of her favorite things and apparel.

Raffle tickets are $2.00 and can be purchased at our “online store” just select the “FREE SHIPPING” option at checkout. The cutoff time for tickets is midnight on June 1st.

ReadyWriter Production Company Anniversary Basket

As you may know, ReadyWriter production Company is the home and parent company of this blog and the blog talk radio show, “Conversations Of A Sistah”

As we live this month reflecting on our success, we would just like to say “thank you” for your continued support throughout the years and for being a very important part of our intricate success!!

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186 thoughts on “ReadyWriter Production Company Celebrating “18 years” in Business!!!”

    1. Supporting black business small business✊that’s wassup.
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      Yep we all need to get that memo

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    1. Good morning.
      @Omar, I was thinking the same thing. 18 years means she started in 2000.
      Tracy use to allow us to ask her questions. she need to bring that topic back 😆

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      1. tell us something about her we all don’t know
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        I know she’s a BIG Diana Ross fan 😆

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      2. I have nothing to prove having known Tracy for many years. Yes I can confirm she’s an avid Diana Ross lover….vegetarian food lover. A restaurant Connoisseur and foodie.

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  1. Wow 18 years already.
    Congratulations Ms. Blog Queen Diva🎈🎉💋
    Tracy in what way did your mom encourage you to start your own business?

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    1. Tracy in what way did your mom encourage you to start your own business?
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      Good morning Daisy.
      My mom’s encouragement festered by reminding me to date, record and keep milestones as my clientele began to grow and materialize. I was not taking or utilizing small successes seriously. As I began to learn and understand her intent that’s actually when my business took off in more than one direction. She was such an inspiration. Thank you for asking.

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  2. Congratulations Tracy and Happy Anniversary 🎈🎉🎈🎈🎈🎉🎈🎉🎈🎉💋💋💋you’ve accomplished much. Keep striving boo.

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  3. Tracy I 💜love that picture of you. Your smile is contagious and you look so happy!!!
    Congratulations on your anniversary 💋

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      1. He’s an extremely sweet, smart, generous, intelligent man. I’ll be sure and tell him your thoughts 😉

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  4. Happy Anniversary Tracy 🎈🎉 my sweet inspiration.🎈🎉💋
    Excited for you and looking forward to your next book.
    Congratulations and Happy Anniversary.🎈🎉💋🎈🎉🎈🎉🎈🎉

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  5. Good morning listeners, followers and blog fam,
    Thank you all so much for the well wishes. Saturday’s Anniversary event was extraordinary!!! To those who purchased raffle tickets and products thank you. I’ve announced the winner via my personal Facebook page however, not a full frontal public announcement via the business page as of yet but we will.

    Please take this opportunity to ask any questions you may have. And again “thank you” all for the well wishes.

    Tracy

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      1. Thank you for your question. The reminiscence every year for me is about how I started, where I started, how far I’ve come and what I hope to accomplish 🙂

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      1. Tra
        was your event open to the public?
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        Let’s see, she wrote about it, published it, listed the event’s address time and locale I’d take a stab at it and say it was O_o TF

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    1. Good morning Ms. Bell
      What is next for ReadyWriter Production Company? Since this is usually your #1 question when interviewing someone. 🙂 It’s been 18 years. What’s next?

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      1. 🙂 Thank you for being an avid listener because that is the one question I’ll ask a guest. 🙂 right now there is something personal I’d like to accomplish hopefully by the end of this year. but the one thing I’m hoping to do next is complete and publish Conversations VOL II and another children’s book.

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      1. Excellent question. I was contracted for work with a lot of small businesses thus far this year. Then I did the show in February on “Why Black people don’t support Black Businesses” and was convicted of this very thing myself, which is how and why my staff and i adopted that theme for this year. 🙂

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      1. Yes. If you read the post I stated the online drawing would end at midnight Friday, June 1. Therefore, we had to make it unavailable after that time and date. Thank you for your well wishes 🙂

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    2. Tracy you had an awesome theme. very smart. support small business. i have to ask too, what inspired that? we as a people don’t support our own. and you took it to the forefront. good catch

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      1. Thank you for your question. As I stated above to Dwight. I was contracted for work with a lot of small businesses thus far this year. Then I did the show in February on “Why Black people don’t support Black Businesses” and was convicted of this very thing myself, which is how and why my staff and i adopted that theme for this year. Feel free and search the show link at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/conversationsofasistah to catch the rewind.

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      1. Nice celebration. I enjoyed those who came out and supported it, then a nice quiet evening of dinner and non alcoholic drinks (for me) with my brother and friends later on that evening. Thank you for saying I’m awesome! 🙂 Hope you are too..

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