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  1. It is with great excitement that I announce the release of my second novel!

    SHERIDAN; No Excuses. No Explanations is an unforgettable moving saga that peeks into the life of Sheridan Mason. Sheridan is the master of control, feircely independant; she is the shoulder her friends lean on when times are hard. There is no situation Sheridan can’t handle, a force to be reckoned with. But what is it, that secret pain that lies just beneath the surface, just out of view from even the one’s closest to her. Who is Sheridan, alone, in the dark? When no one is looking? Who is Sheridan? Does anyone really know? Well, you be the judge.

  2. I would like to introduce to you a new inspirational and spiritual book and movie script titled “You Gotta Dance” (Rated One of The Top 50 True Story Non-Fiction Books for 2009) and our new website at You can view all of our upcoming events, awards and television and radio show interviews.


    In 1987, Michael Daluz, a black U.S. Army veteran and college student with a 3.6 GPA, is nearly beaten to death by a mob of white men as he and his friends leave a local off-campus bar. His act of self-defense, and the arrest and imprisonment that follow, will change his life forever. Harboring a hate, Daluz enters prison in 1988. During his incarceration, he witnesses a miracle and experiences an inner transformation. But his misfortunes are not behind him, and his faith in God prepares him for life-altering battles. A near-fatal, work-related accident leaves him severely injured. Daluz challenges his employer in a civil lawsuit while he fights for custody of his young daughter, Bella, and he doggedly pursues his doctorial education. During a time in his life, Daluz had done it all. He lived the champagne-popping lifestyle, visited fancy night clubs, owned a nice house, and drove expensive cars. But during his twenty-year journey, he realizes what is important. Based on true events, You Gotta Dance is one man’s story of spiritual awakening in the face of crushing hardship.

    Since my incarceration, I have acquired my Associates, Bachelors, and Masters Degrees and I will complete my PHD in September 2010. I am also a single father raising my 7 year old daughter, I am a U.S. Army Veteran and I have been working in the substance abuse and mental health profession for the past 15 years. I am currently the Program Director of New Connections in New Haven Connecticut.
    The book has been featured on the Better Connecticut TV Show (CBS Television Show), Urban Voices (93.7 CBS National Syndicated Radio Show), The Nancy Barrow Show (Hot 93.7 Radio), WDJZ Gospel Radio show, the Julwell Kennedy International Radio Program, the Harlem Book Fair, The African American Women’s Expo, WDJZ Gospel Youth Radio on 10-27-09, Conversation Live Radio on 10-27-09, Good Morning CT (WTNH TV-Channel 8) on 11-1-09, CT Black Expo in New Haven on 11-7-09, The Men’s II Boys Symposium on 11-7-09 in New Jersey, and WTST Radio (University of Tennessee) on 11-13-09, the Sistahs Book Club author signing event on 11-21-09 in New Haven , CT , and the Bridgeport NAACP Youth Banquet in Bridgeport , CT on 12-11-09. The book has been featured in the Hartford Advocate, New Haven Advocate, the Fairfield Weekly, the Grand News and the New Haven Register news papers.

    The book is being sold at Barnes and Noble,,, Barnes and and A Walk In Truth/Black Print book store in New Haven, CT. I encourage you to look into this wonderful experience of how God changed my life. The book can also be found on and myspace/yougottadance09.

    Contact me at (203) 887-4016 or

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