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S9E13: Groove Me | Terry McMillan and Jonathan Plummer & Anna Faris and Chris Pratt
Welcome to our Season 9 finale! Alicia has the very trashy tale of what happened after Stella got her groove back! Author Terry McMillan broke all the rules by marrying a much younger man, and when he later came out as gay, her anger was almost all-consuming. Stacie has a couple who really underperformed in the trash department, but the sweet aftermath of the divorce of actress Anna Faris and Guardian of the Galaxy Chris Pratt seemed like a nice note to end the season on.We’ll be back to kick off Season 10 on April 11, and if you’re missing us in the meantime, come join us on Patreon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Teri Woods Talks Being Blackballed by Terry McMillan
N Y Times Best Selling Author Teri Woods is best known for curating a literary renaissance in the early 1990's with novels such as "True to the Game" and "Dutch."Building her own publishing empire Teri talks being overlooked by the "industry" she has a few words for BET, Black Girls Rock and and fellow author Terry McMillan who made calls to stop her from attending literary events. With early beginnings selling books out of her car, Teri independently amassed millions and to this day manages to keep readers wanting more. Living out an author's dream and armed with tenacity, Teri's books have managed to make its way onto the big screen. With the recent premiere of “True to the Game II” produced by Manny Halley, Teri shares her thoughts on reality stars landing roles in the film, while providing listeners with an inside scoop on her latest book, "Teri's Game" and upcoming film “Dutch” starring actor Lance Gross.Teri has a whole lot to say and she isn't afraid to say it all!Stay Connected With Sanya On-Air by Subscribing to:YouTubeSpotifyiTunesiHeartRadioAmazon MusicGoogle PodcastsBuzzsproutWebsite: www.SanyaOnAir.comCash App: $SanyaHudsonSanya On-Air Theme Song: Heisman
Eric's Perspective : A podcast series on African American art
In this episode bestselling author Terry McMillan opens up about her early days as an up-and coming author to ultimately achieving great success.. what art means to her and how her relationship with art has evolved over the years. For more visit: www.ericsperspective.comGuest Bio: Terry McMillan is an American novelist. Born and raised in Port Huron, Michigan., she discovered her love of literature while shelving books at the local library. She burst on to the literary scene in 1987 with her wildly acclaimed New York Times bestseller Mama, which won the Doubleday New Voices in Fiction award in 1986 and an American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation in 1987. Terry’s signature humor, wisdom, and warmth made Waiting to Exhale, A Day Late and A Dollar Short, The Interruption of Everything, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Getting to Happy, Disappearing Acts and Who Asked You? all New York Times Best Sellers. Waiting to Exhale and How Stella Got Her Groove Back were made into award winning major motion pictures that proved huge at the box office, and Disappearing Acts and A Day Late and A Dollar Short were adapted into successful made-for-TV movies. Terry was awarded an Essence Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008. Beloved by her fans, Terry’s books have sold millions of copies worldwide. She is known to have contributed to a shift in Black popular cultural consciousness and the visibility of a female Black middle-class identity in popular culture.www.terrymcmillan.com About Eric's Perspective: A podcast series on African American art with Eric Hanks Eric Hanks — African American art specialist, owner of the renowned M. Hanks Gallery and commissioner on the Los Angeles County Arts Commission; offers his perspective on African American art through in-depth conversations with fellow art enthusiasts where they discuss the past, present & future of African American art. For more on Eric's Perspective, visit www.ericsperspective.com #ERICSPERSPECTIVE #AFRICANAMERICAN #ARTSUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/2vVJkDn LISTEN ON: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2B6wB3USpotify: https://spoti.fi/3j6QRmWGoogle Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3fNNgrYiHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2KtYGXv Pandora: https://pdora.co/38pFWAmConnect with us ONLINE: Visit Eric's Perspective website: https://bit.ly/2ZQ41x1Facebook: https://bit.ly/3jq5fXPInstagram: https://bit.ly/39jFZxGTwitter: https://bit.ly/2OMRx33 www.mhanksgallery.com About Eric Hanks: African American art specialist, owner of the renowned M. Hanks Gallery and commissioner on the Los Angeles County Arts Commission… was one of the leading representatives of Black artists through his Santa Monica gallery, M. Hanks Gallery, founded in 1988. By selling their works nationally, contributing to museum collections, and publishing catalogs, Hanks has helped create an audience and market for these artists. Hanks is currently a commissioner on the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
It’s Not All Downhill From Here by Terry McMillan with Thee Lit House
This episode is hilarious as I chop it up with my dear friend Shellz about Terry McMillan’s newest book it’s not all downhill from here and trust me it ain’t..--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Terry McMillan is one the most famous and successful writers of her time because she knows how to really connect with her audience. And the reason why she understands how to do that is because she knows how to make great characters and she knows how to listen to them. She doesn’t tell her characters what to do, she lets them tell her what she wants them to do and who they are and by really listening, she creates really honest characters who people love. This is a master class in how to write compelling fiction—after this convo I will never look at characters the same ever again. This is a must for anyone who aspires to be a successful writer. And check out Terry’s new novel It’s Not All Downhill From Here. Patreon.com/toureshow Instagram @toureshow Twitter: @toure Toure Show Ep 135 Host & Writer: Toure Senior Producer: Jackie Garofano Assistant Producer: Adell Coleman Editor: Ryan Woodhall Photographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta Covington Booker: Claudia Jean The House: DCP Entertainment See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, New York Times bestselling author Terry McMillan joins host Jason Jefferies to talk about her new book It's Not All Downhill From Here. Topics of discussion include Twizzlers, the mistaken notion that life is over at 65, inhabiting fictional characters through the grieving process, family dynamics, friends, dreams deferred and COVID-19. Copies of It's Not All Downhill From Here with signed bookplates can be ordered here with FREE SHIPPING while supplies last.
Why It's Not All Downhill From Here, With Author Terry McMillan
"Sometimes we just give ourselves permission to do whatever we feel like doing," Terry McMillan says. "Because we do not get a do-over, last time I checked."Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Terry McMillan & Laura Munson: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Novelists
Beautiful Writers Podcast
These New York Times bestselling authors on tour meet here for the first time. Laura Munson is promoting her first novel, Willa's Grove, while Terry McMillan is about to share with the world her tenth or eleventh novel, It's Not All Downhill from Here. (She doesn’t keep count—“They’re not like children, you know.") Both women have decades of butt-in-chair know-how with which to enlighten us and make us laugh. When I say enlighten, boy, do I mean it. Does anyone else need to learn how to put healthy boundaries around their writing practice—like, for instance, to keep family and pets at a respectful distance during storyline crunch times? Terry doesn't mess around, which is probably why long-term publishing success seems to come so easily to her, both on the page and in the hit movie adaptions of her books. (#StellaGotHerGrooveBack #WaitingToExhale …) You might want to take notes. I did. Terry and Laura also share other similarities. Both novels find their lead characters in a midlife shake-up. As they ask themselves the BIG questions, thankfully, their posse of wise (and wisecracking) girlfriends is ever-present. Listen up for behind-the-scenes details on daily practices. Dealing with distractions (omg). Mental toughness. Commitment. And, writing retreats. (Yes, Laura hosts popular retreats in Montana, and Terry's been to mine in Carmel. We chat about the importance of getting away. But. I also share my best DIY tips for creating your own writing retreats for free—tried-and-true strategies for any writer, anywhere, that have helped a lot of people get 'er done.)Get ready to fall in love with these two if you haven't already. And, if you've got kids nearby, please God, get out the ear muffs! Terry just might drop an F-bomb or two (and, who am I kidding--it's not like I can be trusted in that arena).Whoops! Keepin' it fun, y'all. That's why I do this. 'Cause it's fun!Write on. xowww.beautifulwriterspodcast.com
Terry McMillan reads from 'I Almost Forgot About You'
The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
The latest from Terry McMillan, the bestselling author of “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” and “Waiting to Exhale,” is the story of a woman who shakes things up in her life to find greater meaning. -- Dr. Georgia Young's wonderful life -- great friends, family, and successful career -- aren't enough to keep her from feeling stuck and restless. When she decides to make some major changes, she finds herself on a wild journey that may or may not include a second chance at love. “I Almost Forgot About You” shows readers what can happen when you face your fears, take a chance, and open yourself up to life, love, and the possibility of a new direction. -- “McMillan has written an engaging novel with an appealing cast of women... This near-perfect choice for women’s book club discussions will prompt arguments of what makes a guy too good to be true.” -Library Journal starred review. -- Terry McMillan is the New York Times bestselling author of several novels, four of which have been made into movies, and the editor of "Breaking Ice: An Anthology of Contemporary African-American Fiction.” She is also a recipient of the Essence Lifetime Achievement Award.