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ReadyWriter Production Company is Boss!

Today marks the 17th anniversary of my business, ReadyWriter Production Company. I’m shocked by its progress while realizing we have more milestones to go.

While my parents have been the backbone of such success, my mother saw the potential as my clientele began to grow, way before my experiences took root and launched into publishing. I’m very proud to say that today, we are a multifaceted business and our ministry exceeds our expectations.

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ReadyWriter Production Company is the home and parent company of this blog and the blog talk radio show, Conversations Of A Sistah”

As I use this month to reflect on our success, I would just like to “thank you” for your continued support throughout the years and being a part of our intricate success!!

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Women and Reputation in Business on the next “Conversations Of A Sistah”

Presentation1In continuation of our month long celebration ofWomen’s History Month tonight’s monologue is focusing on Women and their Reputation in Business. How do you present yourself in business?

There is nothing more important than managing your reputation in business. Your reputation is shaped and grown by the choices you make over time. The ultimate goal is to make communication decisions that are clearly aligned to your mission and consistency. In business it is vital to turn a positive reputation into a commercial success.

Join me tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on Conversations Of A Sistah via Blog Talk Radio, as I continue to highlight “Women’s History Month” by talking on the subject “Women In Business” and how “Your Presentation is your Reputation”.

All “Conversation links” in this post make it possible to access the show.

See you on the air!

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Woman Makes Money Massaging Men With Her Boobs


Kristy Love (pictured above) from Atlanta, Georgia, uses her 48NN boobs to make a living. Love is a “busty masseuse” who smothers and massages her clients with her large breasts.

According to her website, the BBW model, which stands for “big beautiful woman” charges $150 dollars for a half hour sensual massage and $200 for a full hour. For a “non-sensual” massage, she charges $100 for a half hour and $150 for an hour. A snuggling session costs $80 for a half hour.

Model Is Kristy Love

Love told the UK’s Mirror that she trained as a certified massage therapist, but had difficulty finding a job due to her size. “I kept getting asked if I’d be able to stand on my feet all day,” she said. “People assumed my size would be a disadvantage.” 

So Love began giving massages in her own home instead. She felt “indignant” when a customer asked her to take her top off, as any certified massage therapist would, but eventually decided she could use her 48NN breasts to her advantage. She now offers to massage clients with her boobs, smother customers, and does “body gliding” — slicking oil on her body and sliding atop her customer. She’s raking in over $1,000 a day.

Kristy Love’s family doesn’t approve of her profession and her doctors are concerned about her size. 

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“Loving Your Bodies” as it is…tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Ladies, as we are in the midst of celebrating the history of woman this month, we must deal with the downside of being a woman. Many of us have hidden insecurities and annoying little dislikes about ourselves. Some of us diet endlessly, while considering different surgeries to alter our body images and appearances, instead of loving ourselves as we are.

Wednesday on “Conversations Of A Sistah“, my guest is Dr. Felicia Clark, life coach, author and former Plus-Size Cover Model, who is the nation’s leading scholar on Body Terrorism. Dr. Clark  will discuss with me the big business of low self-esteem and talk about how advertisers use science and emotional manipulation to make us feel inadequate. Dr. Clark believes many of our social problems as a Community are attributable to this type of persuasion.

Join me Wednesday at 8:00 PM on “Conversations Of A Sistah” on “Conversations Live” as I discuss “Loving your bodies as it is” with the fabulous Dr. Felicia Clark.

As usual, we invite you to send your questions or comments for Dr. Clark to the show

You can access the show at any of “Conversations Links” in this post.

As usual I’m hoping to meet you all on the air.

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Celebrating African American Women in business tonight, On “Conversations of A Sistah”


We’re celebrating how far we’ve come and to keep in tune with Black History month…this week we highlight African-American Women in business.

When you think of successful African-American women; Oprah Winfrey, Susan Taylor or Catherine L. Hughes may naturally come to mind but what about Madame C. J. Walker? The first black female self-made millionaire in America.

Madame C.J. made her fortune by developing and marketing a successful line of beauty and hair care products for black women under the company she founded, Madam C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company.

Madame C.J.’s parents and elder siblings were slaves on the Madison Parish plantation owned by Robert W. Burney, but Madame C.J. was the first child in her family born into freedom after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed.

While we’ll always acknowledge and admire the accomplishments of these women, it’s a shame that many of us are not equally familiar with other black women in the world of business who are making a big impact in their professional fields of expertise using their talents and abilities to succeed.

Join me Wednesday February 13, 2013 at 8:00 PM on “Conversations Live“, where my guest will be the Madame C.J. Walker of our time; Mrs. Cherina-Hamilton Hall (pictured above), creator and proprietor, of New York Luxuries; an online candle based business she launched a little over two years ago. Mrs. Hamilton-Hall, is not only a young African-American woman in business but her creative talent, awesome abilities and diversified impressions are cultivated through her beautiful designs.

Cherina’s tenacity to strive and perseverance to succeed shines through her attitude and willingness to thrive. Since the success of New York Luxuries, Mrs. Hamilton-Hall has since added an addition to her brand; an online hair distribution center calledGlam Goddess“. Mrs. Cherina Hamilton-Hall was highlighted on this blog in our 2011 Black History Segment and will join me live to discuss her growing secret to success.

Send your questions for Wednesday’s show to  Mrs. Cherina Hamilton-Hall at

You can access tonight’s show right here!!