Category Archives: Books

  • Charlie Wilson, a 9-time Grammy Nominee, Launches New Album and National Tour ‘Forever Charlie’

    Jan 30, 15 by Eunice Moseley Leave a comment


    Charlie Wilson, a 9-time Grammy nominee, launches new album and national tour ‘Forever Charlie’ *“I’m still celebrating women’s lives and how beautiful they are,” said Charlie Wilson, known in the industry as Uncle Charlie. Wilson recently released his newest project “Forever Charlie.” “This is one of my best pieces.” “Forever Charlie is followed by a […]

  • Dennis Moore Book Review: ‘On Earth As It Is In Hell’ (by Cortina Jackson)

    Jan 27, 15 by Dennis Moore 4 Comments


    *(San Diego’s East County) – Cortina Jackson, a doting mother of two sons, with a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice, and over 15 years of law enforcement experience, has written a fictional novel that reaches within the depths of your soul to examine your relationship with God and the Devil; On Earth As It Is […]

  • Misty Copeland’s Mom Denies Being Unable to Afford her Ballet Lessons

    Jan 23, 15 by Cherie Saunders 4 Comments


    *A lawyer for the mother of ballerina Misty Copeland is contesting part of a story posted to EURweb earlier this week regarding their family’s finances back in the day. Copeland, a soloist at the prestigious American Ballet Theatre, was part of a recent Television Critics Association Press Tour panel for “American Ballet Theatre at 75,” […]

  • Attorney Derrick McDaniel, Slates Book, ‘Eldercare’

    Jan 23, 15 by EURweb editor/BJ Leave a comment


    *Derrick McDaniel, JD, MBA, PMP, is the author of “Eldercare: The Essential Guide to Caring for Your Loved One and Yourself.“ On sale now, “Eldercare” was written for those with responsibility for caring for their elders while caring for their own households. Including jobs, children and social obligations. McDaniel, the principal and managing director, of S.E. & D. Enterprises, a  privately owned […]

  • Sister Pays Tribute to Her Late Brother, Wilson Pickett with Memoir

    Jan 22, 15 by EURweb editor/BJ 2 Comments


    *Atlanta – “Do the Watusi like my little Lucy,” sang legendary soul singer Wilson Pickett about his little sister he called “Lucy Coot.” January 19, 2015 marked nine years since Wilson’s death. Lucy Coot, aka Louella Pickett-New, honors her brother today in her new memoir “Don’t Let The Green Grass Fool You.” “The death of my brother […]

  • Anika Noni Rose Nabs TV/Film Rights to ‘Bone Street Rumba’

    Jan 20, 15 by EURPublisher01 Leave a comment


    *Tony Award-winning actress Anika Noni Rose has optioned TV/Film rights to Daniel José Older’s urban fantasy book series Bone Street Rumba. The first installment, Half-Resurrected Blues, was published on January 6 by Penguin’s Roc Books imprint and centers on character Carlos Delacruz, an agent in the “New York Council Of The Dead.” He’s a so-called […]