Michelle goes to an HBCU
From Black Culture, to The Divine Nine, to Homecoming, to Marching Bands, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are home of Black Excellence!
It’s Family Day!!! Visiting her cousin, Michelle gets to experience life on a college campus, an HBCU campus. From witnessing the sisterhood, attending a step show, and even meeting professors and staff members to discuss her future aspirations, Michelle finds herself at “Home”. Michelle Goes To An HBCU is an amazing way to introduce a child in your life to the importance of selecting a college that exemplifies education, representation, inclusion and culture, while allowing them to be proud of who they are!!
Secure Your Legacy Journal
This Inspirational & Coaching Journal was created for your breakthrough. With the New Year approaching, my goal is to help everyone achieve their resolutions and goals for the infinite year of 2018. If you understand numerology, you know that the Angel Number 8 tells you to step into your personal power and have faith and trust in your own abilities, skills and talents, and to use them to their highest potential. It also brings a message that financial abundance is on its way to you as you have worked diligently and intelligently towards achieving your goals and aspirations, and your just rewards will be yours.
With this journal, I will coach you through your setbacks, challenges, and frustrations, while making you think, reflect and desire more so that you can transition from saying, “I Want” to “I Am”. By saying I Am, you are declaring to the universe what is going to happen, and that provides a platform for you achieve. This is the only way you will receive the freedom you seek and the future you envision now!
Michelle Goes To Congress
Executive Branch! Legislative Branch! Judicial Branch! Who really runs the world?
Michelle is excited to visit the U.S. Capitol with her class! The students are fascinated by Congress and how it works. Not only are they eager to learn more about the House, Senate and their functions, but excited to show off what they’ve already learned. Will the class impress their teacher – Mr. Cauley, and their tour guide with their knowledge, and what other exciting facts will they learn about our democracy?
Marquis Goes To The Supreme Court
“Where you see wrong or inequality or injustice, speak out, because this is your country. This is your democracy. Make it. Protect it. Pass it on.”
~ Justice Thurgood Marshall
The day that Mr. Stewart’s students have been eagerly waiting for has finally arrived––a field trip to the Supreme Court! During the tour, Marquis and his classmates are encouraged to ask questions, highlighting the importance of curiosity in the learning process.
How many justices are seated in the Supreme Court? What is the difference between the chief justice and the associate justices? Why do justices wear black robes? These are just a few of the questions that are answered. The students also learn the role the President of the United States plays in the Supreme Court and how justices are elected to serve.
Marquis Goes to the Supreme Court is the perfect literary companion for inquisitive children who want to learn about the Supreme Court’s history and have questions regarding its setup.
My Side of the Story
The newest collection of poetry entitled, My Side of The Story, focuses on the thoughts, feelings, emotions, life’s obstacles, racial inequality, and heartbreak, in which women often leave untold. As Women, we are told to be strong because that is our nature, Don’t Stop at Adversity because we have the strength to overcome mountains. We can never give up no matter what, because we carry the nations on our shoulders. These poetic stories, written by Charron Monaye, are the thoughts of many women finally having the voice to speak out, including her own, allowing others to know how it feels to be hurt, abused, taking advantage of, loved, cared for, appreciated, or in enraged.
Get Out of Your Own Way: 11 Game-Changing Stories on Mastering the Power of Trust, Faith & Success
In this riveting and timely anthology, these fearless writers, entrepreneurs, and survivors unpack lessons on spirituality, finances, sexual identity, self-love, trust, and overcoming obstacles during their journey, navigating from what they were taught to what they know now to be true.
Get Out of Your Own Way: 11 Game-Changing Stories on Mastering the Power of Trust, Faith & Success, compiled by Charron Monaye, moves beyond societal norms and generational curses. The stories within this book highlight how one’s mindset, faith, commitment, and journey dictates their final destination. These storytellers share how they “Let Go & Let God” by first simply loving and trusting the power within themselves. Although letting go wasn’t easy, they withstood the test, overcame the trials, and lived to tell the testimony of how getting out of your own way not only elevates your vision but also offers a powerful opportunity for you to soar.
Featuring Testimonies By: Aleka Melson, Chris Hopson, Kiawana Key, Shaster Powell, Sheree Devereaux, Fatima Lewis, Tyrone DuBose, Lisa Washington, Charron Monaye, Toni Moore, Esq., and Sharon Y. Judie
Get Out Of Your Own Way: 11 Life-Changing Stories on How to Face Everything & Rise!
After the success of the book Get Out of Your Own Way, Vol. 1 and its hit stage play, Charron Monaye comes back with a cutting-edge sequel.
Get Out of Your Own Way 11 Life-Changing Stories on How to Face Everything & Rise! is brutally honest and pulls no punches in getting to the root of why we let life get in the way of our dreams. Charron Monaye along with eleven others weave through their journey of letting go and overcoming the pitfalls and valleys that we sometimes find ourselves in during life. They remind us, so eloquently, that a dream is nothing without action, and hope is nothing without prayer. Join these twelve gifted authors as they write about the heartbreak of failure and what it’s like to triumphant over life’s many adversities. They will inspire and encourage you to find the best version of yourself and forget the notion that you’re only as good as your present circumstances. If you’re ready to take the first step towards finding your own greatness, then you can’t afford to miss this great read!
Congratulations to: Chris Hopson, Parenthysis E. Gardner, Tyrone Brown, LaKeya Guy, Teddy Pendergrass II, Charron Monaye, Sidney Ginyard, Tyrone DuBose, Lisa Dove Washington, Brett Lillard, Nichole Sherri.. they are officially out of their own way
Fear Is A Crime
FEAR is a powerful motivator. It either motivates us to shut down and explore the “safe” path or it empowers us to step outside our comfort zone and try something new – to challenge the status quo. In Fear Is A Crime: How To Overcome Fear & Face Your Destiny, Charron explores the origins of our fears, illuminating a path to finding peace and freedom from anxiety and offering powerful tools to help us eradicate it from our lives.
Fear Case Studies by Toni Moore, Esq., Christopher Hopson, Elizabeth Dionna, and Parenthysis E. Gardner
Bruised, Broken, and Blessed
Bruised, Broken, and Blessed: Life Changing Stories That Will Ignite Hope, Elevate Personal Growth, and Confirm Your Greatness is a collection of short stories from storytellers, entrepreneurs, and life coaches bonding together to transport individuals from a place of brokenness to blessed.
This book contains stories written by a dynamic and diverse group of women, men, survivors, veterans, and actors. These stories represent the journey of women and men who have experienced life’s failures, disappointments, and losses, but had the resiliency to continue pressing forward towards their breakthrough. Life requires you to not only elevate your mindset, but to grow through, fail forward, and take that mighty leap of faith even when the pain is unbearable. Always remember that in life, you will face some experiences that will break and bruise you, but never stop realizing that your blessings are on the other side of the storm!
Co-Authors include: Sang Thi Duong, Jasmine York Ball, Michael Simmons, Briana McKnight, Ontaria Kim Wilson, Dennis LA White, Summer Fitch, Anissa Zabriskie, Kenneth R. Nelson Jr., Roberta A. Albany, Latisha Stephens, Carnell Poteat, and Tyressa Ty