COVID-19 in 2020

Author Nichole - Miss Nikki - Troupe

Even though it is technically considered covid-19, we are dealing with it in the year of 2020. This virus is affecting everyone everyday in more ways than one, whether you have it or not. It affects how you interact with one another whether it be work, socially, family, or just friendships. Lately, the way I’ve been dealing with situations has been different than the ways I normally do. Being confined in a room where the only visitors I can have are the people who work in the home really takes a toll on my mental health. People aren’t even allowed to see or touch their own family members, we have to be separated by a door or window just to be able to see each other’s faces. Sadly, people are losing loved ones and cant even say goodbye or missing the birth of their niece or grandchild because only one…

View original post 241 more words

Sunny Days

Author Nichole - Miss Nikki - Troupe

Every morning that I watch the news, I notice the only thing they talk about is how many people are infected or have died from the virus. It’s always one bad thing after another, rarely displaying anything positive. So I decided to find positivity around me and I found the weather. Recently, the sun has been coming out and lighting up the world. Even though I cant go outside and enjoy it, I still love having my curtains open and being able to have natural light lighting up my room. Along with this weather, people are happening to be more positive too. When it’s raining and gloomy outside, it’s easier to be in a grumpier mood but when its bright and warm, its hard to feel any negativity.

With everything going on, its easy to sit there and feel constant worry and tiredness from sitting inside all day protecting ourselves…

View original post 134 more words

Easter

Author Nichole - Miss Nikki - Troupe

As a child, my Easters consisted of dressing up in a beautiful little dress with a matching hat and taking thousands of pictures before heading off to Easter service. So of course, when I had my little girl, I had to do the same thing to her. On her first Easter, I dressed her in a little green dress with a cute little headband and a little bag of candy that I probably ate and took as many pictures as my phone could take. However, with the pandemic we have now, this year Easter had to be a little bit different. We still celebrated but in her own way. I had my Easter dress, she had hers which will probably be one of the only Sundays she would be able to wear it because she’s growing like a weed, lol, and practiced social distancing as we took pictures from a…

View original post 228 more words

Having Faith

Author Nichole - Miss Nikki - Troupe

I cannot express enough how much we need each other nowadays. Especially with everyone being in quarantine, some people’s depression and anxiety might hit them more than others. It’s always important to have people that you can depend on to be there for you, whether it be friends, family, or even Jesus. At these times when we do feel alone and feel like we have no one to talk to or feel like no one will understand, at the end of the day we can always depend on Jesus being there. He will never let things come into your life that will harm you. At times, it may seem like you’re going through the worst thing but sometimes he just wants to see how much faith you have in him. When he spoke to Peter, he said “Get thee behind me, Satan: for thou savourest not the things that be…

View original post 211 more words

Little Things

Author Nichole - Miss Nikki - Troupe

This warm weather has me thinking a lot about the little things. With everything going on in this world, its easy to focus on the big problems especially when its being posted all over social media. But when’s the last time you were able to just sit and enjoy the simple stuff around you? When you really focus on what’s around you, you notice how all the birds chirp to each other, how the sound of children’s laughter fills the streets as the day’s get warmer.

It’s the little things that really make life worth living. When you begin to focus on those, you really start to appreciate life; a simple smile from a stranger can change your mood, seeing the sun rise on your way to work that gives you a calm start to your day.

Big events don’t happen every day so if you only look forward to…

View original post 84 more words

2nd Spirit Books discounts eBook Homo GoGo Man throughout April in a COVID Readathon

DonnaInk Publications’ 2nd Spirit Books Imprint has discounted Homo GoGo Man throughout April to $1.99 during the COVID Readathon on both AMAZON and Barnes & Noble
HOMO GOGO MAN, by Christopher Duquette

JAMAICA, N.Y.March 30, 2020PRLog — Ms. Donna L. Quesinberry, Founder | CEO of DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C., has reduced all Imprints eBooks throughout April as a COVID Readathon promotion. eBooks are now between $0.99 and $3.99 during the COVID-19 epidemic reflecting the upsurge in day-to-day living costs and reductions in income with a prevailing ability to read more – COVID Readathon features discounted rates. The HOMO GOGO MAN, A Fairytale About A Boy Growing Up In Discoland eBook has been reduced to $1.99 throughout April 2020.

About HOMO GOGO MAN, A Fairytale About A Boy Growing Up In Discoland:
Written in the first person, this is a docufiction about a sexually suppressed boy who dances for a living during the disco era of the 70’s. This story shares an odyssey in New York City; exploring a transition from innocence to hedonism through the hands of adept adults who convert the unsuspecting who may have only toyed with internalized concepts of a homosexual lifestyle. It is a gripping and vivid – definitely R rated – gritty read where Christopher shares the brass balls it takes to come-of-age as a suburban hip attractive youth encountering the Big Apple. Well-received by readers, with an occasional LGBTQ aberrant unregistered review – readers share positive thoughts in support of Christopher’s coming-of-age story.Readers can also look for, “DRxug of Choice: Pick Your Poison,” which is Mr. Duquette’s second novel that is currently available.

About the Author:
Christopher Duquette is a forty-something adult homosexual who spent his youth working hard to be the best he could be. This included Prom King with a beautiful young lady on his arm. Arriving in New York City (NYC) for college, Chris was introduced to his inner secrets – as real life. A highly attractive male in good health with athletic prowess – Christopher was well-accepted in the decadent disco-era Studio 54 and other NYC venues, which he adeptly shares in HOMO GOGO MAN. His second title, “DRxug of Choice: Pick Your Poison” has released. Mr. Duquette resides in Jamaica Queens with his life partner, Storm Bryant.

About the Publisher:
DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. is a small, woman-owned, publishing house with over thirty (30) authors from five (5) continents and nine (9) countries who share eclectic works for discriminating readers through grass-root organic growth. 2nd Spirit Books Imprint reflects a First Nation (Native American) namesake. 2nd Spirit means “alternative lifestyle” to the First Nation and is DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C.’s alternative lifestyle book imprint. To learn more about Christopher Duquette’s and “other” titles – visit: https://www.donnaink.com.

Media Contact
2nd Spirit Books Imprint
DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C.
contact@donnainkpublications.com
About the Blogger:
An enigma to some, Donna L. Quesinberry blooms on the footpath of continuous evolution. Residing in the quiet Town of Carthage, rural North Carolina, just outside of Raleigh and local to Pinehurst and Southern Pines – two prestigious golf communities, Ms. Quesinberry continues to develop solutions architecture through dpInk Ltd. Liability Company and publish books through DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Additionally, she is the co-owner and proprietor of the J. F. Cole House with her son, Mr. Jamie Hatcher, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) work-related brain insult survivor. Currently, DonnaInk Publications features ten (10) imprints that are genre specific and the authors hail from five (5) continents and nine (9) countries. Donna has produced over 10,000 varied documents and publications in an over thirty (30) year literary fiction and technical nonfiction career. She has two long haired chihuahuas and three kitties and is an emerging edible garden landscape queen.

Little Buggy Productions releases, Lil Jay’s First Day At A New School

Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell’s, “Rap Mothers Save The Day” children’s series experiences its first release, “Lil Jay’s First Day At A New School” on Valentine’s Day.
By: Little Buggy Productions, DonnaInk Publications
“Jay’s First Day At A New School,” by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell
Spread the Word

Listed UnderTag:
Little Buggy Productions

Industry:
Books

Location:
CarthageNorth CarolinaUS

Subject:
Companies

 

CARTHAGE, N.C.Feb. 13, 2020PRLog — DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Publishing House’s Little Buggy Productions Imprint releases Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell’s newest title, “Lil Jay’s First Day At A New School,” the first children’s book in Candy’s “Rap Mothers Save The Day” series. Ms. Quesinberry, Founder, CEO and President of DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. stated, “The Rap Mothers series books as Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell’s creations, are entertaining nonfiction titles for adults (“Faces of Rap Mothers” series) and fiction titles for children (“Rap Mothers Save The Day” series). DonnaInk Publications and Little Buggy Productions extends a big congratulations to Candy on her newest title release!”

About Rap Mothers Save The Day Book One:
Lil Jay is afraid to go to the first day at his new school. He looks a little down and his cousin, Honey, who is a rap artist, asks him what is the matter. Lil Jay shares his concerns. His uncle, Honey’s brother, enters and picks up on the vibe – he shares an idea for Lil Jay to create a rap song to perform at school for his new classmates and teacher. Honey first takes Lil Jay to talk with the Rap Mothers who promote non-violence and positive solutions for the 21st century among the rap and hip hop culture.Lil Jay meets with Bonnie, Candy, Jamie, Lena, LIL MAMA, Nina, Queen G, and his grandmother Barreta who are all members of Rap Mothers Save the Day! He gains valuable insight from the Rap Mothers who ease Lil Jay’s concerns. Eventually, he turns around and feels empowered and then practices his new rap song with his uncle KING THA RAPPER. While Lil Jay performs, OG DUV MAC DOGG and DOGGY DOGG join Honey Blunt and LIL MAMA with the Rap Mothers who support Lil Jay’s

About the Author of Faces of Rap Mothers:
Growing up with family woven in the civil rights fabric of Dr. Martin Luther King, a blessing befitted to Candy, resulted in her own human and civil rights interests. As an advocate, she testified on Capitol Hill while airing on news broadcasts in aid to the plights of others but her involvement in media and entertainment, as CEO of Black Cash Records, is where her two book series, Faces of Rap Mothers and Rap Mothers Save The Day originated. Candy’s two book series share her aspirations, which are supported by entrepreneurial and solopreneurial efforts her Contributors share. With a son and daughter (KING THA RAPPER and HONEY), who are rap and hip hop artists themselves, Candy asks readers to enjoy the glimpses into the day-to-day lives of industry Superstars whose life events are shared through original images and story. Book one re-releases January of 2020, and book two releases April of 2020. The first, Rap Mothers Save The Day children’s title, Jay’s First Day At A New School is scheduled to release on Valentine’s 2020.


About the Blog Author:
An enigma to some, Donna L. Quesinberry blooms on the footpath of continuous evolution. Residing in the quiet Town of Carthage, rural North Carolina, just outside of Raleigh and local to Pinehurst and Southern Pines – two prestigious golf communities, Ms. Quesinberry continues to develop solutions architecture through dpInk Ltd. Liability Company and publish books through DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Additionally, she is the co-owner and proprietor of the J. F. Cole House with her son, Mr. Jamie Hatcher, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) work-related brain insult survivor. Currently, DonnaInk Publications features ten (10) imprints that are genre specific and the authors hail from five (5) continents and nine (9) countries. Donna has produced over 10,000 varied documents and publications in an over thirty (30) year literary fiction and technical nonfiction career. She has two long haired chihuahuas and three kitties and is an emerging edible garden landscape queen.

Little Buggy Productions of DonnaInk Publications releasing Rap Mothers Save The Day Children’s Book

Little Buggy Productions is releasing “Jay’s First Day At A New School,” by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell.
By: Little Buggy Productions, DonnaInk Publications
“Jay’s First Day At A New School,” by Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell
Spread the Word

Listed Under Tag:
Children Book

Industry:
Family

Location:
CarthageNorth CarolinaUS

Subject:
Features

 

CARTHAGE, N.C.Feb. 3, 2020PRLog — Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell, author of, “Faces of Rap Mothers,” newest title release, “Jay’s First Day At A New School” is going to become available on the 14th of February 2020 in time for Valentine’s Day! What a way to share her love for children by releasing the first book in the, “Rap Mothers Save The Day” Children’s Book Series on a national day of recognition for love among friends, family and, especially, our precious children.

About Rap Mothers Save The Day Book One:
Lil Jay is afraid to go to the first day at his new school. He looks a little down and his cousin, Honey, who is a rap artist, asks him what is the matter. Lil Jay shares his concerns. His uncle, Honey’s brother, enters and picks up on the vibe – he shares an idea for Lil Jay to create a rap song to perform at school for his new classmates and teacher. Honey first takes Lil Jay to talk with the Rap Mothers who promote non-violence and positive solutions for the 21st century among the rap and hip hop culture.Lil Jay meets with Bonnie, Candy, Jamie, Lena, LIL MAMA, Nina, Queen G, and his grandmother Barreta who are all members of Rap Mothers Save the Day! He gains valuable insight from the Rap Mothers who ease Lil Jay’s concerns. Eventually, he turns around and feels empowered and then practices his new rap song with his uncle KING THA RAPPER. While Lil Jay performs, OG DUV MAC DOGG and DOGGY DOGG join Honey Blunt and LIL MAMA with the Rap Mothers who support Lil Jay’s

About the Author of Faces of Rap Mothers:
Growing up with family woven in the civil rights fabric of Dr. Martin Luther King, a blessing befitted to Candy, resulted in her own human and civil rights interests. As an advocate, she testified on Capitol Hill while airing on news broadcasts in aid to the plights of others but her involvement in media and entertainment, as CEO of Black Cash Records, is where her two book series, Faces of Rap Mothers and Rap Mothers Save The Day originated. Candy’s two book series share her aspirations, which are supported by entrepreneurial and solopreneurial efforts her Contributors share. With a son and daughter (KING THA RAPPER and HONEY), who are rap and hip hop artists themselves, Candy asks readers to enjoy the glimpses into the day-to-day lives of industry Superstars whose life events are shared through original images and story. Book one re-releases January of 2020, and book two releases April of 2020. The first, Rap Mothers Save The Day children’s title, Jay’s First Day At A New School is scheduled to release on Valentine’s 2020.


About the Blog Author:
An enigma to some, Donna L. Quesinberry blooms on the footpath of continuous evolution. Residing in the quiet Town of Carthage, rural North Carolina, just outside of Raleigh and local to Pinehurst and Southern Pines – two prestigious golf communities, Ms. Quesinberry continues to develop solutions architecture through dpInk Ltd. Liability Company and publish books through DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Additionally, she is the co-owner and proprietor of the J. F. Cole House with her son, Mr. Jamie Hatcher, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) work-related brain insult survivor. Currently, DonnaInk Publications features ten (10) imprints that are genre specific and the authors hail from five (5) continents and nine (9) countries. Donna has produced over 10,000 varied documents and publications in an over thirty (30) year literary fiction and technical nonfiction career. She has two long haired chihuahuas and three kitties and is an emerging edible garden landscape queen.

Beat Deep Books to Re-edition Book One of Faces of Rap Mothers

Fast is the catch phrase of the new millennia; however, when it comes to book production – fast and furious – is not the coup de grace and Beat Deep Books Imprint learned this valuable lesson in 2019.

CARTHAGE, N.C.Jan. 20, 2020PRLogBeat Deep Books Imprint, of DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C., signed Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell for two series works: Faces of Rap Mothers and Rap Mothers Save The Day in 2019. Candy, a driven personality, insisted on expedited production fall 2019. Faces of Rap Mothers Book One includes nearly four hundred (400) images Mitchell provided representing contributors and herself. In under three hundred (300) pages – amassing 400 images – in under three (3) months by our small, woman-owned, traditional publishing house that features Indie and traditional platforms in an expedited guise has been magical. Faces of Rap Mothers Book One has been nominated Most Entertaining Hip Hop Book of 2019 and our team remains impressed with our results, but rushing publications can result in issues.

 

Read the rest here: https://www.prlog.org/12806577-beat-deep-books-to-re-edition-book-one-of-faces-of-rap-mothers.html

About Faces of Rap Mothers Book One:
Candy Strother DeVore Mitchell, Ophelia DeVore Mitchell’s niece, shares stories of rap and hip hop’s most infamous icons in her Faces of Rap Mothers book series. Foreword is by Mr. Jeffrey Collins, a notable music industry giant. Through a minimalist aperture, a series of Contributors join Candy sharing intimate details of their life within the rap and hip hop culture, from the 60’s onward. Their trysts, and histories, provide readers alternative retrospectives. Rising from shadows of the megalith performers these women love, readers are given an all stage pass with backstory access, from the cousins, nieces, mothers, sisters and/or wives of rap and hip hop’s most luminous legends. Familial journeys, which may inure the strongest women, share how these ladies have thrived amidst elements of soul.

About the Author of Faces of Rap Mothers:
Growing up with family woven in the civil rights fabric of Dr. Martin Luther King, a blessing befitted to Candy, resulted in her own human and civil rights interests. As an advocate, she testified on Capitol Hill while airing on news broadcasts in aid to the plights of others but her involvement in media and entertainment, as CEO of Black Cash Records, is where her two book series, Faces of Rap Mothers and Rap Mothers Save The Day originated. Candy’s two book series share her aspirations, which are supported by entrepreneurial and solopreneurial efforts her Contributors share. With a son and daughter (KING THA RAPPER and HONEY), who are rap and hip hop artists themselves, Candy asks readers to enjoy the glimpses into the day-to-day lives of industry Superstars whose life events are shared through original images and story. Book one re-releases January of 2020, and book two releases April of 2020. The first, Rap Mothers Save The Day children’s title, Jay’s First Day At A New School is scheduled to release on Valentine’s 2020.


About the Author:
An enigma to some, Donna L. Quesinberry blooms on the footpath of continuous evolution. Residing in the quiet Town of Carthage, rural North Carolina, just outside of Raleigh and local to Pinehurst and Southern Pines – two prestigious golf communities, Ms. Quesinberry continues to develop solutions architecture through dpInk Ltd. Liability Company and publish books through DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Additionally, she is the co-owner and proprietor of the J. F. Cole House with her son, Mr. Jamie Hatcher, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) work-related brain insult survivor. Currently, DonnaInk Publications features ten (10) imprints that are genre specific and the authors hail from five (5) continents and nine (9) countries. Donna has produced over 10,000 varied documents and publications in an over thirty (30) year literary fiction and technical nonfiction career. She has two long haired chihuahuas and three kitties and is an emerging edible garden landscape queen.

IronMantle Books releases Pebbles: Love Across the Morecambe Bay, by Steven Kay

IronMantle Books releases Pebbles: Love Across the Morecambe Bay, by Steven Kay

Publisher DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. through their IronMantle Books Imprint, which is the romance novel imprint, have published Pebbles: Love Across the Morecambe Bay for immediate purchase.

2019_07-17, Pebbles, Love Across the Morecambe BayCARTHAGE, N.C.Nov. 9, 2019PRLog — DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. (https://www.donnaink.com) has released, “Pebbles: Love Across the Morecambe Bay,” by Steven Kay of the United Kingdom through their IronMantle Books Imprint. The title is the first of over five (5) books that are being represented in America for this author from the United Kingdom. The author, Steven Kay, is a a teacher who is currently active in Turkey teaching students how to speak English.

Mr. Kay was born in Lancashire who grew up in Hambleton close to Morecambe Bay and the Forest of Bowland. His father introduced him to the great outdoors and his mother showed him how to make the most out of his life. His education started in mathematics and at university transitioned to languages. Steven leads a simple life as a health-food enthusiast, he loves to go lake swimming, cycling and camping. He maintains fluency in Dutch and he intends to retire in Austria where the landscape reminds him of Cumbria but without the continual rains. In Austria he communicates fluently with the locals, and meets up with many flying Hollanders, who also appreciate the Low Countries rather than the Alps. Finally, without a car and TV, Steven values love of a bygone era and the peacefulness it allows him to enjoy.

The title is available through the DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. https://www.donnaink.com/product-page/pebbles-love-across… and also through Barnes and Noble and AMAZON as well as other fine book retailers!

Contact
IronMantle Books
Special Markets
***@donnainkpublications.com
About the Blog Author:
An enigma to some, Donna L. Quesinberry blooms on the footpath of continuous evolution. Residing in the quiet Town of Carthage, rural North Carolina, just outside of Raleigh and local to Pinehurst and Southern Pines – two prestigious golf communities, Ms. Quesinberry continues to develop solutions architecture through dpInk Ltd. Liability Company and publish books through DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Additionally, she is the co-owner and proprietor of the J. F. Cole House with her son, Mr. Jamie Hatcher, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) work-related brain insult survivor. Currently, DonnaInk Publications features ten (10) imprints that are genre specific and the authors hail from five (5) continents and nine (9) countries. Donna has produced over 10,000 varied documents and publications in an over thirty (30) year literary fiction and technical nonfiction career. She has two long haired chihuahuas and three kitties and is an emerging edible garden landscape queen.