Monday, May 12, 2008

Day Five - I Love Music (And So Does Shelia)



Today's stop on the Against All Odds Tour is hosted by author Shelia Goss. I've enjoyed reading her blog posts, especially "Divas in Music - Where Are They Now?" The first time I heard Jennifer Holiday sing, it was an almost religious experience.

Shelia is a woman of many talents. Although she has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, her passion for writing has always been there. She decided to pursue her life-long dream after being down-sized from a Fortune 500 company. I'd say for certain that Shelia is living the dream. She's the author of the Essence and Black Expressions bestseller My Invisible Husband, Roses are Thorns, Violets are True, Paige's Web and Double Platinum. His Invisible Wife will be Shelia's fifth novel.Look for it in stores in 2009. For more information on Shelia, visit her at

http://sheliagoss.com/

And join us at http://sheliagoss.com/blog/ Tell us what's on your playlist!

11 comments:

yasmin said...

Talk about a perfect fit--you, shelia and music! What a wonderful stop on the tour!
xoxo

JC Martin said...

Niambi you're in Jill Scott mode now. You're living your life like it's GOLDEN.

I'm enjoying the tour.

Julia Press Simmons said...

Just comming by to show my support of the tour! Keep doing the dang thing! I am currntly listening to a bridge over troubled waters by Aretha Franklin!

Julia

Book Manaic said...

When I read this a second time .. I'll have your play list together and then it's on!!

Niambi Brown Davis said...

Hey, Yas: I agree; it's good to connect with someone who loves music as much as I do.

Niambi Brown Davis said...

I like that, JC - it's an appropriate description of how it is right now!:)

Niambi Brown Davis said...

Thanks for stopping by, Julia. I like the Simon & Garfunkel original well enough, but Aretha takes that tune to church!! :)

Niambi Brown Davis said...

Hey, 'Cilla - and thank you, my friend. I promise you'll love the CD:)

GENESIS said...

On my way over now!

Darnetta

Dera Williams said...

Music is so universal, it bridges all gaps.

Beverly said...

Wow - looking at all of the music choices that everyone post and be pulling out sounds that I have not listened to in a long time.

All great musical choices.