The Artist Exchange

Hey Everyone!

Nate, the host of The Artist Exchange Radio Show, will be interviewing me and Jamelle on Friday, February 17, 2017.  We will discuss everything from writing, acting, movie-making, and of course how Water in a Broken Glass made its way to the big screen.  Tune-in and call in.  Thanks in advance.  I be listening for your call on tomorrow night.

Tune in LIVE!!!!! FRIDAY 02/17/2017
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TheArtistExchange Radio Show
Topic: -Facing Fears Pt.2-
Guests:”Odessa Rose”
Nate Couser (Host)
BigMamaAma (Co-Ho8st)
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Promoting Water the Film

On Wednesday, January 25th, Jamelle and I had the wonderful privilege of being guess on Channel 13’s On Time show with host Marcus Washington.  It was a great interview.  Jamelle did a better job of talking about the film than I did.  I was so nervous.   But I had fun.  The show will air Sunday, February 5th at 6:30 AM on Channel 13 in Baltimore.  I hope you will be able to tune in.

Water The Movie

My first novel Water In A Broken Glass was published September 15, 2000.  It was my first novel, my baby.  I worked on Water for about 3 or 4 years before it was finally published by the small press, La Callie Nous Publishing, Inc.  That day was a dream come true for me.  People were going to read this story that I love so much and hopefully they will love it, too.  My hopes were realized when Water received glowing reviews from readers and book critics.  People didn’t just fall in love with Water.  They fell in love with the characters.  They fell in love with my writing.  They fell in love with everything there is to love about a great story.

Now, Almost 15 years later, Water In A Broken Glass will be made into a film.  This is beyond my wildest dreams.  I still have a hard time believing this is happening.  To have people love my book so much they want to put it on the silver screen says a whole lot.  Check out the three women who have made this all possible — Jamelle Williams-Thomas, Rahima R. Rice, Danielle S. Mooney and how they plan to make this film happen.

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