Desperate Black Housewives Write

Monday, June 27, 2005

Grown Folks Business Early Release Posted by Hello

Before American society made women past thirty-seven disappear in tv, radio, cinema, on magazines, and in novels. But something has changed in the 21st century. Desperate Housewife's Nicolette Sheridan still has the goods. 50 something Oprah Winfrey still reigns supreme. 40somethings Darryl Hannah and Vivica A. Fox kicks butt in Kill Bill Volume II. Whitney Houston might just make a comeback. And Terry McMillan has a new bestseller for the summer.

Join our discussion board at Suite101 and lets talk about these books this summer. Also check out my blog at christianfiction dot blogspot dot com to learn more about Let the Lion Eat Straw and Grown Folks Business.


Wednesday, June 22, 2005

For my writing group friends Posted by Hello

Defending Senator Clinton

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

David Brock,President and CEO of Media Matters for America, wrote a chastising letter to Susan Peterson Kennedy of Penguin Group. I didn't know you could do that? Is writing to publishers effective? Your opinions

An open letter to the Penguin Group from David Brock

June 20, 2005

Susan Peterson Kennedy
Penguin Group
375 Hudson Street
New York, N.Y. 10014

Dear Ms. Peterson Kennedy,

I'm writing today to seek a public explanation of what, if any, editorial standards and fact-checking processes the Penguin Group applies to its imprints. Specifically, I believe the public, and the Clinton family, deserve an explanation for why Penguin has chosen to publish through its Sentinel imprint Edward Klein's attack book on Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, The Truth About Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It and How Far She'll Go to Become President, which pre-publication reports have already exposed as an obviously false and defamatory tract.

In light of its false and defamatory charges, many of which are easily discredited, your publication of this book constitutes gross negligence at best.

Throughout his book, Mr. Klein engages in gay-baiting innuendo. One of the most striking examples of such negligence occurs on page 94, where...

Click on title to read letter in its entirety.


Church & State: GOP vs Red Cross

Saturday, June 18, 2005

I should be writing, but every now and then you have to read about your world and I decided to bloghop over to Body and Soul and low and behold I found something else to get crunk about.

Senate Republicans are calling on the Bush administration to reassess U.S. financial support for the International Committee of the Red Cross, charging that the group is using American funds to lobby against U.S. interests.

The Senate Republican Policy Committee, which advances the views of the GOP Senate majority, said in a report that the international humanitarian organization had "lost its way" and veered from the impartiality on which its reputation was based. The Republican policy group titled its report: "Are American Interests Being Disserved by the International Committee of the Red Cross?"


Now I don't know what to make of this, since I am a proponent for the International Red Cross, especially what they are doing in Haiti and other places our government doesn't find value in. So if someone can enlighten me on why this makes sense I would appreciate it?

HE MEMOIRS OF A WRITER: Batman Begins is the Prequel of the Year

THE MEMOIRS OF A WRITER: Batman Begins is the Prequel of the Year

Check out Shelia Goss's Review of Batman Begins.

My 2cents:
I really liked that movie script. The dialogue meant something and the hiding guns pulled together nicely at the end. Christian Bale is stunning.

Zondervan Blog - Verbal Collage: Justice in Sudan? One Church Seeks to Make a Difference

Thursday, June 16, 2005

Zondervan Blog - Verbal Collage: Justice in Sudan? One Church Seeks to Make a Difference: "One church in the Washington DC area has not forgotten. In the months of June and July, Cedar Ridge Community Church, founded by Brian McLaren, has planned 'Worship in the Spirit of Justice,' a series of worship services at various points in the DC area. The goal of the services is to pray for God's mercy on the suffering people of Africa, particularly Sudan; call on the media to keep the issue before the public; and call on the church to not forget the poor and oppressed, particularly those in Africa."

Zondervan Blog - Verbal Collage: Remembering Ken Taylor

Zondervan Blog - Verbal Collage: Remembering Ken Taylor

Remembering Ken Taylor

(The creator of The Living Bible, Kenneth Taylor, died in his Wheaton home last Friday, June 10 at age 88. The funeral service will be 10:00 a.m., tomorrow, June 15, at Edman Memorial Chapel, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois. Read more info at Kenneth N Taylor and Christianity Today.)

Third Thursdays: Third Thursdays: June Reader Series Announced

Saturday, June 11, 2005

Third Thursdays: Third Thursdays: June Reader Series Announced

Check out the hot Atlanta event I'm hosting.


Where's Dee?

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

I am all over the blogosphere and rarely here--my first blog. You can find me commenting about Christian Literature at Christian Fiction Blog.

You can also check out the news I uncover and the news sent my way at Gospel Diva.

And you can find me preparing for my live Christian artist event at Third Thursdays.

And sometimes I might be posting my WIP.

Other than that find me on the faith*in*fiction discussion board.

See why I'm never here:)

Writing to see what the end gon' be,

Third Thursdays: CCM Magazine presents Third Thursdays

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Third Thursdays: CCM Magazine presents Third Thursdays: "

Chris well at CCM Magazine interviewed me about Third Thursdays. The interview will broadcast on CCM Magazine, and Crosswalk. Thanks Chris, for the publicity.

Contact me this week to get on our performance roster."

2009 ·Dee Stewart by TNB