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Shreveport’s Raichal Linnear savoring sustained success as an accomplished entrepreneur


I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me. (Philippians 4:13 KJV)


BLESSED REGARDLESS 

DALLAS — Raichal Linnear isn’t about to let anything or anyone stop her from living her best life.

Never mind that she’s from inner city Shreveport, Louisiana.

At the end of the real day, Linnear is destined to make every single day count, is determined to broaden her horizon and maximize her potential.
After all, she knows full well she’s owes it to herself to press and navigate toward her purpose.
On purpose.
“I, Raichal, saw a need that I wanted to do more for myself and my family to having a functioning stability to where I can take care of my family and live the lifestyle that’s going to educate myself and learn who is Raichal Linnear as an adult to better herself,” Linnear told Making Headline News this week.

Given the immeasurable strides Linnear has made of late, particularly as a rising entrepreneur, it’s safe to assume she’s steadfastly positioning herself to possess and savor the stability she so desperately seeks.

Linnear, 39, is owner and chief executive officer of Thick Madame Boutique LLC, her Shreveport-based is a profitable organization that centers largely on providing public and government services for plus-sized adults globally.

Talk about stepping outside of her comfort, thus establishing a business venture that figures to garner sustained success, much sooner than later.

A business that is nearing its second year anniversary on September 16, Linnear entrepreneurial resume is also comprised of her assuming the role as a business specialist consultant, whereby she’s aids with a variety of assistance programs such as employment training, educational training and trade, as well as housing assistance programs for plus-sized individuals.

As for Thick Madame Boutique, Linnear’s venture offers an array of business clothing apparels as a retail outlet for business-minded individuals along with royal elegant dresses, as well as casual and African apparels.

Interestingly, Linnear customarily designs her own customized accessories, footwear, and cosmetics.

And then there is Thick Madame Modeling Agency, which is an adult entertainment program exclusively for plus-sized Americans who aspire to delve off into a modeling career as a strategic way to boost their image by way of generating exposure for their branding, Linnear emphasized.

Having credited entertainers Chris Brown and T.I. for inspiring her to start her businesses, Linnear’s said, “Right now, I’m in the progress of having map route to Place Thick Madame Boutique and to see it everywhere. I would love to see it in places such as Atlanta, Georgia, Dallas, Jamaica, Africa, Los Angeles, and Paris.

GOD’S PLAN — Raichal Linnear, 39, is owner and chief executive officer of Thick Madame Boutique LLC, her Sherveport, Lousiana-based profitable organization that centers largely on providing public and government services for plus-sized adults globally.  

Her itinerary includes, among other things, her hosting a business-related shower event and what is known as the Thick Madame Royale Fashion Runway at dates that have yet to be determined.

For what it’s worth, Linnear is overwhelmingly grateful of the fact that God has blessed her to achieve sustained success as a young businesswoman, who’s convinced her best and brightest days are well ahead of her.

“It is important (to esteem others daily), because I want everyone to know that your past does not defined who you are,” Linnear said. “You are the writer of your story. Where there is an ending, there is a new beginning. Push through your pain and see the Light (God) at the tunnel. For everything you go through, there’s a lesson to be learn, a story to be a testimony.”

Appropriately said, by a progressive, thriving businesswoman, one who isn’t about to let anything or anyone stop her from living her best life.

Never mind that she’s from inner city Shreveport.


For more information Shreveport, Louisiana-area Businesswoman Raichal Linnear, connect with her via social media at: www.facebook.com/rlthickmadame80. Also, connect with her via other social media platforms at:

PERSONAL ACCOUNT: www.instagram.com/Raichallinnear80

THINK MADAME BOUTIQUE LLC: www.instagram.com/thickmadameboutiquellc;

JUICY LIPS BEAUTY GLOSSSES COSMETICS:  www.instagram.com/juicylipsbeautycosmetics;

SERENITY RADIO BROADCAST SHOW:  www.instagram.com/serenityradioshow; Twitter: www.twitter.com/raichallinnear; www.twitter.com/rlthickmadame80; www.twitter.com/serenityradio80.


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Shreveport’s own LaTiffany Dunn-Ivory making remarkable strides as Dallas/Fort Worth-area actress


For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. (Jeremiah 29:11 NIV)


IN HER ELEMENT 

HEADED IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION — A Dallas/Fort Worth-area businesswoman, LaTiffany Dunn-Ivory, 35, is in the prime of an acting career she hopes will attract more of a global presence much sooner than later.

DALLAS — LaTiffany Dunn-Ivory doesn’t have to boast or brag or flaunt, particularly when it comes to her immeasurable career as an actress.

That’s because her resume undoubtedly speaks for itself.
DEFYING ALL ODDS — A professional acting stint that spans a little more than nine years, Dunn-Ivory has gone to great lengths to weather arguably the toughest of obstacles, to clear arguably the grandest of hurdles, all the while steadfastly finding her niche in the process.
“I’ve been acting since 2010, but really knew l could do it professionally in 2012,” Dunn-Ivory, during an interview this week with Making Headline News said, referring to her notable role she landed in the film entitled, “The American Justice with Tiny Lister.”
A Dallas/Fort Worth-area businesswoman, Dunn-Ivory, 35, is in the prime of an acting career she hopes will attract more of a global presence much sooner than later.

To her credit, the acting tenure of this Shreveport, Louisiana native is certainly shaping up to be one that figures to turn heads of several of the industry’s big names directors and producers, in large part because, well, her resume undoubtedly speaks for itself.

A professional acting stint that spans a little more than nine years, Dunn-Ivory has gone to great lengths to weather arguably the toughest of obstacles, to clear arguably the grandest of hurdles, all the while steadfastly finding her niche in the process.

As if that isn’t enough to turn heads, this resourceful, resilient actress — who’s armed with a wealth of swagger and beauty — is positioning herself mightily to garner even more nationwide exposure in the coming months.

HOLDING IT DOWN — A graduate of Homer (Louisiana) High School, Dunn-Ivory’s passion for acting stems all the way back to elementary school days. As she vividly recalls, it was her kindergarten teacher who’s responsible for having inspired her to follow her dreams. Fortunately for Dunn-Ivory, she’s done just that, all the while going after all they say she couldn’t have.

Much to her delight, Dunn-Ivory’s itinerary is becoming quite congested, considering she’s scheduled to appear in a variety of plays, including:

  • “Something Else To Talk About” on April 28, during which she will play the character “Cheryl” 

  • “Insincere Twins” on June 1, a red carpet premiere during which she will assume the role as the character “T’s Receptionist.

  • “Skin Deep” on June 15, during which she will play “Nurse Paula” and,

  • “Black DIAMOND” in July (on a date to be announced), a red carpet premiere during which she will assume the role as “Fiend.”


A graduate of Homer (Louisiana) High School, Dunn-Ivory’s passion for acting stems all the way back to elementary school days.

As she vividly recalls, it was her kindergarten teacher who’s responsible for having inspired her to follow her dreams.

Fortunately for Dunn-Ivory, she’s done just that, all the while going after all they say she couldn’t have.

TEXAS TWO STEP

AND THE WINNER IS — For her immeasurable contributions to her selected industry, Dunn-Ivory has positioned herself to become the beneficiary of yet another accolade. She is a nominee for Best Supporting Actress in the upcoming Church Stars Awards, which will take September 28. Voting begins in July.

Look at her today, functioning fervently in her distinctly unique element with God, her Helper, steering the way, thus allowing her remarkably brilliant gifts to make room for her.


“I remember it like yesterday, sitting in the back of Mrs. Gearhart’s class, just singing (R & B entertainer) Karen White’s Superwoman like I was at home and she walked to the middle of the class and asked me to step outside,” said Dunn-Ivory, recalling a Kindergarten memory that essentially changed her life. “l thought l was in trouble for interrupting her class.”


But what Dunn-Ivory had ultimately discovered was that it was only a brief, impromptu counsel by her teacher, one that essentially jumpstarted her quest to connecting with the purpose for which she was created.

Interestingly, Dunn-Ivory has shown virtually no signs that she intends to slow down anytime soon, not in the prime of an acting career that seems well on path to giving way to even greater success.

“She walked me to in Ms. Emerson’s class and was like, ‘You have to hear her voice,’” Dunn-Ivory explained. “So l sang for her. Next thing you know, we’re going from classroom to classroom and I was justa singing. In that moment, l realized a star was born and I nurtured my gifts.”

And the rest, as they say, was history.

Interestingly, Dunn-Ivory has shown virtually no signs that she intends to slow down anytime soon, not when she’s in the prime of an acting career that seems well on path to giving way to even greater success.

A former Grambling State University student who relocated in September 2005 to the Dallas/Fort Worth-area, Dunn-Ivory’s work has been seen in Oklahoma, Texas, her native home state, as well as in several establishments outside of the United States.

“The competitiveness (in this industry) has taught me that for every ‘No’ at an audition, the ‘Yes’ is around the corner, and it’s up to me to go get it and show that I deserve it,” Dunn-Ivory said. “I’m also a firm believer that what’s for me, no one can take that away, so I continue to strive daily and go get what’s already mine.”

For Dunn-Ivory, it’s a foregone conclusion that acting and assuming various roles essentially comes natural to her.

As if anyone should really be surprised.

As Dunn-Ivory vividly recalls, it was her kindergarten teacher who’s responsible for having inspired her to follow her dreams. Fortunately for Dunn-Ivory, she’s done just that, all the while going after all they say she couldn’t have.

“The fact that in each character or role I play, I leave the audience with an inspirational impression that could be life changing to them,” Dunn-Ivory said. “I love being a tool to bring people’s visions to life.”

For her immeasurable contributions to her selected industry, Dunn-Ivory has positioned herself to become the beneficiary of yet another accolade.

She is a nominee for Best Supporting Actress in the upcoming Church Stars Awards, which will take September 28.

Voting begins in July.

A former Grambling State University student who relocated in September 2005 to the Dallas/Fort Worth-area, Dunn-Ivory’s work has been seen in Oklahoma, Texas, her native home state, as well as in several establishments outside of the United States.

Now with plans of ending a five-year hiatus in the singing studio, Dunn-Ivory emphasized, among other things, she’s just giddy in that she’s been blessed to walk in her purpose.

THIS GIRL IS ON FIRE

SHE AIN’T DONE — Now with plans of ending a five-year hiatus in the singing studio, Dunn-Ivory emphasized, among other things, she’s just giddy in that she’s been blessed to walk in her purpose.

“It’s imperative that I inspire others, because every step I have made, I earned it,” Dunn-Ivory said. “There was a time when that thing called sickle cell anemia had me down for years. The devil intended to take me out. But God. Here l am today, a healthy 35-year-old, inspiring those around me that life ain’t easy. It’s challenging, but also what you make it to be. You have to power to create your path, and if you can vision it, you can achieve it.”

She would know.

Especially since her resume undoubtedly speaks for itself.

Something about which she doesn’t have to boasts or brag to flaunt.


For more information about Dallas/Fort Worth actress LaTiffany Dunn-Ivory, or to schedule her for a public appearance or speaking engagement, connect with her via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/latiffany.dunn. Also, send email to: latiffanydunn83@gmail.com.


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Dallas/Fort Worth author Ann Anderson witnesses God’s mighty plan unfold through her empowering new book

BISHOP T. D. JAKES 2018 WOMAN THOU ART LOOSED ADVANCE MEDIA COVERAGE  


For My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My ways, saith the LORD. (Isaiah 55:8 KJV)


DALLAS — As it relates to the above Biblical passage, no one can greatly attest to this thought-provoking notion like Ann Anderson.

Consider, for instance, the memorable, awe-inspiring memory that vividly unfolded, during which Anderson was assembling — both in the natural and spirit — the detailed outline for her newly-produced book entitled, “Butterfly Uprising: Evolution Of Alexander Scott.”

As Anderson explained, whereas God had strategically introduced to her a strategic vision to compose her book some two years ago, she had no lofty concept that her Creator would ultimately take her on an unlikely detour, of sorts.

PURCHASE ANN ANDERSON’S BOOK HERE: https://www.amazon.com/Butterfly-Uprising-Ann-Anderson/dp/1635683041

GOD’S GPS SYSTEM — As Dallas/Fort Worth author Ann Anderson explained, whereas God had strategically introduced her to her vision to compose her book entitled,
“Butterfly Uprising: Evolution Of Alexander Scott,” some two years ago, she had no lofty concept that her Creator would ultimately take her on an unlikely detour, of sorts.

“I’ve known that I would write a book for over thirty years, and God even gave me ‘Butterfly,’” Anderson told Making Headline News this week as part of the publication’s advance media coverage of Bishop T. D. Jakes 2018 Woman Thou Art Loosed that will take place here from October 18-20. “But what I did not always know was that it was going to be about me. It was not until about two years ago, just before I sat down to write, that it dawned on me that it would be my life story.”

And the rest, as they say, was history.

And just like that, Anderson’s “Butterfly Uprising: Evolution Of Alexander Scott” had eventually become a personal biography, of sorts, one that is steadfastly impacting lives mightily, most notably throughout the Body of Christ, not to mention a book she’s yet believing God will bless her to escalate into a feature film or perhaps a movie (“I have already written the screenplay,” Anderson said).


EDITOR’S NOTE: Making Headline News, which salutes author and The Potter’s House member Ann Anderson, will be one of several Dallas/Fort Worth-based media outlines, covering Bishop T. D. Jakes’ Woman Thou Art Loosed October 18-20. 



“To help empower other women and young girls to find their own voices and to speak their own truth,” said Anderson, a native of
Houston (but was raised in Shreveport, Louisiana) said, when asked what is the single, most underlying reason she chose to produce ‘Butterfly Uprising: Evolution Of Alexander Scott.’ “To break their silence and stop living in shame and condemnation after experiencing or going through any type of abuse.”

For Anderson, who resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, she certainly knows what it’s like to navigate and persevere through arguably the toughest of life’s hardships or, as mentioned in a detailed synopsis of her book at https://www.kobo.com/ca/en/ebook/butterfly-uprising, a life that is mired by what she refers to as “multiple dramas.”

By and large, Anderson’s “Butterfly Uprising: Evolution Of Alexander Scott” depicts the life of an 11-year-old girl and her incestuous stepfather, not to mention what the writers dubs a two star-crossed lovers, a strung-out drug addict, a struggling single parent, an inspiring ballet dancer, a single young woman, not to mention a loving middle-aged married couple.

BUT GOD — For Anderson, who resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, she certainly knows what it’s like to navigate and persevere through arguably the toughest of life’s hardships or, as mentioned in a detailed synopsis of her book at https://www.kobo.com/ca/en/ebook/butterfly-uprising, a life that is mired by what she refers to as “multiple dramas.”

Interestingly, such a sequence is all embodied in one woman, Anderson acknowledges, thus revealing the evolution of Alexander Scott.

And then there is the divine message that this fine and gifted writer shares when offering a thorough breakdown of her book.

“Perseverance, resilience and overcoming,” Anderson says with such authority. “A butterfly represents change and is often seen as a foreshadow of positive life changes and a master of how best to embrace them. As a caterpillar transform itself into a butterfly, the process is quite painful for it…it represents that even when a change can be very painful, you come out stronger and more beautiful than ever before.”

To Anderson’s credit, coupled with the divine calling on her life, she has, by all accounts, emerged as the beautiful and dynamic godly woman for which she is widely known.

GOOD VIBES — The feedback since the release of her book has been mostly favorable as expected, said Anderson, whose newly-produced written document has generated an array of positive reviews, most notably on social media platforms.

Talk about basking in the glory of a proverbial “But God” moment.

“Over the years, I realized that I did not look like what I had been through and that the only way I was going to be able to help anyone is that I would have to expose my own sorted truths,” Anderson explained. “I knew that I could no longer be silent about my traumatic and devious past. At that moment, I was convinced that when I wrote this book that God would bless me to use it to impact women and young girls’ lives, to help them to transform from their own traumatic experiences and become the best version of themselves. And so this was my main motivation for writing this book.”

FEARFULLY AND WONDERFULLY MADE — To Anderson’s credit, coupled with the divine calling on her life, she has, by all accounts, emerged as the beautiful and dynamic godly woman for which she is widely known.

The feedback since the release of her book has been mostly favorable as expected, said Anderson, whose newly-produced written document has generated an array of positive reviews, most notably on social media platforms.

Not to be outdone, additional books are presently in the works, Anderson said.

“I am presently writing two more collaboration books with other authors and one of them is called, ‘Hearing God’s Voice: Above The Chaos,’ which will be published November 15, 2018, and is up for Christian Literature awards and also featured in Tribute Magazine and RHG Magazine in California,” Anderson said. “My article is called, ‘Even A Twenty Year Drug Addiction Is Not Final.’ The fourth book collaboration that I am presently writing is called, ‘I Matter,’ which will be published on January 30, 2019. My article is called, ‘Rescuing Yourself From Toxic Relationships.’ I will also be starting my new book soon called, ‘Beauty From Ashes.’”

PURCHASE ANN ANDERSON’S BOOK HERE: https://www.amazon.com/Butterfly-Uprising-Ann-Anderson/dp/1635683041

A MUST READ — By and large, Anderson’s “Butterfly Uprising: Evolution Of Alexander Scott” depicts the life of an 11-year-old girl and her incestuous stepfather, not to mention what the writers dubs a two star-crossed lovers, a strung-out drug addict, a struggling single parent, an inspiring ballet dancer, a single young woman, not to mention a loving middle-aged married couple.

Talk about basking in the glory of not just her element and, most importantly, in the divine purpose for which God created her.

Especially as a Christian-based author.


“Another one of the other many things that I love about God is that He does not waste anything that we go through. As I look back over my life and reflect on all of the things that I have learned from what I have experienced in life, I am just amazed about how many different facets of life that I have knowledge of. And so I am able to impart wisdom and help a lot of people in a lot of different areas. I think that is incredible.” — Author Ann Anderson 


“I love serving people and helping them to be better and reach their goals,” Anderson continued. “As well as helping them to be healthy more productive human beings. People are always complimenting me on my inner and outer beauty, and the love and compassion that I have for people in general. And I always share with them that they are witnessing the beauty that God gave me for all of my ashes.”

For more information about Dallas/Fort Worth Author Ann Anderson, or to schedule her for a public appearance, a book signing or speaking engagement, connect with her via Facebook under: Ann Anderson. Also, send email to: butterflyuprising@gmail.com.


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New Orleans author Wendy Magee obeys God’s Voice through husband’s revelation, writes life-changing book

For Wendy Magee, it was a rather awe-inspiring, exuberant poem, one that had ultimately changed the overall landscape of her life.

David’s too.

THE LORD’S DOING — A self-published written document she began assembling approximately a month after an August 2015 marriage retreat and is forwarded by her husband, David, Wendy Magee’s “And She Called Him Lord” made its much-anticipated presence on the market on January 8, 2016.

“My husband and I attend a marriage retreat annually and, in August 2015, a couple was reading a poem during the renewing of their vows and she said, ‘I will call you lord,'” Magee recalled. 

Interestingly, as Magee, a Port Arthur, Texas native who resides in nearby New Orleans, explained during an interview this week with Making Headline News, such an intriguing encounter prompted her companion, David Magee, to pose a forthright inquiry, of sorts.

“Well, of course, my husband asked me if I would call him lord, and I immediately said no,” Magee said.

Little did she know, God had other strategic ideas, particularly as it relates to what unfolded during that retreat.

“Then a few weeks went by, and the Lord begin to reveal to me in scripture why Sarah called Abraham lord,” Magee recalled. “I was excited about the revelation. My husband said I need to write a book.”

And the rest, as they say, was history.

That’s because less than a half-year later — five months to be technical — Magee had appropriately obeyed the Voice of God by way of her husband’s revelation by composing the book entitled, “And She Called Him Lord.”

MORE ON WENDY MAGEE: https://www.wendymagee.org/

A self-published written document she began assembling approximately a month after the 2015 retreat and is forwarded by her husband, Magee’s “And She Called Him Lord” made its much-anticipated presence on the market on January 8, 2016.

A book that is comprised of 88 pages, Magee’s “And She Called Him Lord” was designed for both married couples and couples who aspire to become married.

How else to explain the million dollar question as mentioned in a detailed description of Magee’s book at Amazon.com?

“Are you married or desire to be married?” according to an Amazon spokesperson for Magee’s book. “Learn to overcome the fear of submission, how to have a marriage without arguments, and experience the love of God that will enhance intimacy. This book will be your road map to making sound and Godly choices in your marriage. My prayer is that by the end of this book you will allow the peace of God to rule your heart and your home.”

By and large, Magee’s book explains in great details why submission is especially vital and essential for both the man and woman.

“(This book is) for people — men and women, married or single — to get an understanding of the word submission, and to know it’s not a bad word,” said Magee, explaining her mission for producing her first book. “(It is) for people to understand the order of family, how God ordained it, and why it’s important for that order and the respect of positions — for both husband and wife — to be respected.”

STAY TUNED — Much to her delight, Magee has announced that Book No. 2 is presently in the works and is scheduled to be released this summer. The title:  “You are Unique: Embrace It.”

For what it’s worth, Magee’s first book undoubtedly aligns with the purpose for which God created her, as well as her more than a decade-long marriage to David.

Interestingly, Magee and her husband work collectively with youth and young adults through his non-profit called H.Y.P.E., whereby they are afforded the golden opportunity to address a variety of issues, most notably interpersonal skills and relationship enhancing.

“If they cannot see a godly marriage in front of them, what hope do they have? My husband and I cannot minister to people and our home is in chaos,” Magee explained. “We made a decision to invest in our marriage by attending the marriage conference annually and take our words to heart about submission and loving each other unconditionally.

“We have to be a beacon light, and show people that submission works,” Magee added. “I, as a wife and mother, have to show the young women coming behind me that it’s possible to be a submissive wife, godly mother, and not allow anyone to abuse or take advantage of them. God also showed me through HYPE’s program that I enjoy making people’s vision a reality. So through that I’m working on starting a business (called Optimize Y.O.U., or Your Own Uniqueness), which is geared to help business owners with virtual assistance and people looking to start a business.”

Magee and her husband work collectively with youth and young adults through his non-profit called H.Y.P.E., whereby they are afforded the golden opportunity to address a variety of issues, most notably interpersonal skills and relationship enhancing.

As for the divine message she’s sending to her audience through “And She Called Him Lord,” Magee said, “Marriage is reserved for a husband, wife, and God. The husband has to submit to God in order to get his consistent instructions concerning leading his family. The wife must submit — come under his mission — and follow his leadership.”

All of which practically sums up why this book is ever so prevalent, especially in the modern-day church, where the divorce rate is seemingly at an all-time high.

“If you desire to get married, let this book be a road-map to making godly decisions about your relationship,” Magee said.

ADVANCING THE KINGDOM — A book that is comprised of 88 pages, Magee’s “And She Called Him Lord” was designed for both married couples and couples who aspire to become married.

Much to her delight, Magee has announced that Book No. 2 is presently in the works and is scheduled to be released this summer. The title:  “You are Unique: Embrace It.”

As for her itinerary, during which she will be able to share more about hers books, Magee will be a guest speaker for Tote the Destiny: Life Skills Expo in Jacksonville, Arkansas, an event that is exclusively for young girls.

“I believe it’s important for young ladies during their teenage years to understand how unique they are and now it’s the time to practice submitting their life to God,” said Magee, whose books and shirts can be purchased at the following sites:

Facebook: authorwendymagee

Instagram: @wlmagee07

Twitter: @wendylmagee

 

 

EDITOR’S NOTE: If you are an entrepreneur, business owner, producer, author, athlete, musician, barber, life coach, motivational speaker, cosmetologist, tax preparer, model, or pastor/minister who is seeking exposure and would like to share your story with an in-depth news feature, call Reporter Andre Johnson at 901-690-6587 or Facebook message him under “Andre T. Johnson” for details.

Andre Johnson is Founder and Publisher for Making Headline News. A 2000 graduate of the University of Memphis School of Journalism and a former staff reporter the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, Johnson covers the NBA Southwest Division from Dallas, Texas. To reach Johnson, send email to andre@makingheadlinenews.com or to memphisgraduate@yahoo.com. Also, follow him on Twitter @AJ_Journalist.