Wed, 10 18, 2017
  • A Fitness Tech Diva

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    A Fitness Tech Diva is my blog that represents the things I am passionate about and enjoy...fitness/health, technology, and a few things in between. Check out my blog at www.afitnesstechdiva.com for posts on recipes, health, fitness, techie stuff, fun living, and parenting to name a few.

  • Adrienne Martin

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    Adrienne is a sharp writer, opinionated blogger and a skilled communication professional. As a journalism and public relations graduate, she has the skills to support her passion for relaying an unapologetic viewpoint on current events, trends and of course, her opinion.

    Through her blog, According to Adrienne, she unleashes her full literary right to share her unique perspectives on trending topics and newsworthy events in a professional yet original style that provides readers with a reliable source of information and a youthful voice they can relate to.

    Well-researched and gossip-free, According to Adrienne is all about conveying facts accurately for top quality content and enjoyment.

  • Afrotasticlady

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    I'm an afrotasticlady, which means that I am a quirky naturalista. I attend a graduate social work program while blogging about loving God, embracing love, and being afrotastic at afrotasticlady.com

  • Allison Mathis Jones

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    Allison is an Atlanta native traveling the world alongside her husband, who plays professional basketball. She is a graduate student, a fashion enthusiast, a travel-holic, and a co-founder of the JetJones Foundation, a nonprofit organization that aims to help kids take flight towards a brighter future by providing them with the resources they need to succeed. Having lived abroad in both Italy and Japan and traveled extensively, Allison is passionate about seeing the world and using her expertise to help others plan fabulous vacations. She uses her blog, LiveLifeWell, as a platform to inspire others to be well dressed, well educated, and well traveled.

  • Amy Gibson

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    I am the co-creator of The Double Scoop, a joint blog that I created with my twin sister. I also have a personal blog called Silent Confessions of A Southern Belle. I blog about a variety of topics that everyday people can relate to in which my ultimate goal is to inspire, humor, or encourage people in some aspect of their lives. In addition I’m also a freelance writer for Inspire Magazine based out of Atlanta Georgia, and I’m also the co-host of Inspire Magazine Podcast which features upcoming music artist.

  • Andrew Hill

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    Widely published as a journalist and essayist, Andrew's nonfiction has appeared nationally in Readers Digest, Playboy, the Christian Science Monitor, and in the San Francisco Examiner, where he worked as a reporter and won an award for his coverage of the United Farm Workers.

    Before turning to fiction, he worked as a reporter and TV news anchor at KPIX-TV in San Francisco and WQXI-TV in Atlanta. Radio listeners in Monterey heard his voice each weekday morning as host of "Baroque 'n Eggs" on Classical K-Bach (KBOQ-FM). Early in his broadcasting career, he also hosted two daily talk shows on Atlanta's Ring Radio (WRNG-AM).

    Andrew was the Paul Bowles Fellow in Creative Writing while working on his MFA at Georgia State University. His short story, "The Shape Up," won first prize for fiction at the Agnes Scott College Writer's Festival in 2002 and was later published in the Summer Reading Issue of Atlanta Magazine. That story is now part of The Hamlet Hambone Blues, Book 5 of the THE INVISIBLE BRAND series.

  • Anicheberry

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    Hi, I'm Chenai, a Zimbabwean fashion blogger, natural hair enthusiast, entrepreneur and PhD student living in South Africa. Through this blog, I share my growing love for affordable and versatile fashion. I have always enjoyed experimenting with fashion and my style is forever evolving. This is a diary of my personal style. I do hope you enjoy this fashion journey with me.

  • Arteresa Lynn

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    Personal Stylist, Style Blogger, Curly Girl. I help women discover their style whether they're in a life transition or want something new.

  • Asia E. Marche

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    Asia E. Marche is an actress and psychological researcher that's currently pursuing her bachelor's degree. She was born on Nov. 8, 1994 and is a New Jersey native. Asia has been delving into drama since her childhood with the involvement in school plays and drama classes in high school. She has been professionally acting for two years in film. Making her debut in an upcoming indie feature 'Directing Love Scenes' and as an international traveler, she was cast in an off Broadway production in the United Kingdom. Asia E. Marche is eager to introduce to the world what she exercises everyday, her talent.

  • Autumn

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    Writer. Producer. And a nerd on some of my best days.

  • Awkward Coco

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    My name is Sarah, I am 20 years old and currently studying English and American Studies at the University of Leicester. I have chosen this course with the goals of becoming a Fashion Journalist. I have a huge interest in all things creative, writing, baking, make-up and most obviously Fashion. I dedicate my spare time to writing about my creative interests on my blog.

  • Bev B.

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    She is as savvy as she is stylish; Beverly Beal Jr. has a passion for fashion that is undeniable. Attorney by day and blogger by nights and weekends this Detroit born, Georgia raised, and now New Yorker, Beverly may be new to fashion blogging but she’s no stranger to fashion. While in law school she started her own resale e-boutique for luxury clothing, shoes, and accessories. The fashion industry treated her very well, so well that she decided to create her own fashion outlet in the form of her blog Life in Beverly Heels. Although her plate is full right now, Beverly admits that opening her consignment shop and starting her fashion blog is just the tip of the iceberg. While personifying vibrancy, panache, and class; she plans to continue to empower others through fashion. Her life’s motto is “I've always been a go-getter, and I just so happen to "go get it" in style.

  • Bianca Charisma

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    Bianca Charisma is a Beauty & Style Blogger and youtube personality from Detroit, Michigan. She creates creative content ranging from video hair tutorials to positive blog post. Bianca like to consider herself a creative who wants to promote self confidence and positivity.

  • Candra Reeves

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    Candra Reeves is a Liberian-American, Atlanta native living in Cincinnati, as the creator/blogger of the lifestyle blog, CanCanRoynelle.com. She covers topics from style, natural hair, and home décor. Her goal with the blog is to highlight and showcase all the vivid things that shape who she is. Her hope is to encourage others to live their life colorfully in every aspect.

  • Chantel Keona

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    Chantel Alford is a quiet city girl now living in the Valley she is pursuing her dreams and true passion of becoming a successful and established beauty and style editor. Chantel received her B.A. in Urban Studies and Planning from San Francisco State and is currently working as a freelance writer, sharing her passion for food, life, entertainment, beauty and style one article at a time. She is also a Beauty Ambassador for The Color Workshop, Contributing Writer for The Runway Plus, Thriving Cougar and a Style & Beauty Editor for Werk Chic Magazine.

    Chantel Keona is maintained and edited by Chantel Alford, and on any given day you’ll find her in her office at her desk writing beauty, style, and lifestyle articles while sipping on coffee. When she’s taking a break from writing she is playing with Rottweiler, cooking delicious meals, watching her favorite tv shows, adding to her makeup and nail polish collection, upgrading her wardrobe and inspiring others to be the best they can be–all while living her life to the fullest!

  • Christie Stancil Matthews

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    Christie Stancil Matthews is a professor at Charlotte School of Law where she teaches Race, Law, and Public Policy; Contracts; a wills and trusts course; and a legal writing and research course, among others. Prof. Matthews focuses her scholarship and blogging on racial and economic justice issues.


    View her scholarship at http://ssrn.com/abstract=2431652.
    Visit her blog at racetowealth.net.
    Follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/racetowealth.
    Follow her on Facebook at https://facebook.com/racetowealthblog.


  • Christina

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    Hi there, I'm Christina! A REALfood foodie with a passion for all things delicious and healthy. I'm a simple girl who's happy as long as there's family, good food, and good music around! You can go check out my personal blog for more.

  • Cicely Rue

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    Cicely Rue is a writer, a thinker, and sometimes a lover. She’s an introverted eccentric with lackadaisical clairvoyance. She could probably save the world but instead she chooses to paint moving images with her words. Cicely Rue is really something like a hippie, but society makes her conform. Love is her driving force. Jesus is her savior. Anger and pain fuels the passion behind her voice. Writing maintains her spirit. She is a recent graduate from Oklahoma State University. She currently lives in Manhattan KS, but is originally from Dallas, TX. So who's this puzzling woman that hides behind the complexity of her words? Read and you shall find out.

  • Classic.City.Chic

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    Sharing personal styles, shopping secrets, and how to make your wardrobe work for you.