“She imagined seeing herself as just another brilliant freak of nature. Just another sentient animal, trying their best. And in doing so, she imagined what it was like to be free.
The Unsolicited Advice Part I … The CrownTalk Podcast S4. E4.
Always remember a person does not have to take your advice, and you should not be in your “bag” about it.
The Feels. The CrownTalk Podcast S4. E3.
Where is your village? Where
The Black Joy, The Love and The Appreciation of Barry White.
By: Crowned ReRe The Voice. I remember the day Barry White passed on 7/05/2003; BET posted a tv banner with a picture of him showing…
The Accountability. The Crowntalk Podcast S.4 E.2
This is officially the first season four episode of “The CrownTalk Podcast.” These episodes will be mini-moments with me and my friend (accountability content partner), Mr. Al Pete. In this episode, we will discuss accountability, three ways to hold yourself more accountable, and Crown ReRe will give ReRe Recommendations (new segment).
Book and Bloom Review “Wahala” By Nikki May.
“This was the downside of telling friends everything: it meant they knew everything” -Wahala, Nikki May-
Book and Bloom Review “The Gucci Mane Guide to Greatness” By Gucci Mane & Soren Baker
“I’m in a period where I feel burnt out, unappreciated, and unmotivated. I was recently on a trip and saw the book in a store, and picked it up with no intent to soak up so much inspiration. I honestly picked it up to learn more about Gucci Mane.” -Mr. Al Pete
Conversation Sunday featuring Charlotte L. Taylor. The Author of Broken Twigs: Farewell to Faerie Forest.
Author and teacher Charlotte L. Taylor sits down with Crowned ReRe and speaks about her first book of a series “Broken Twigs: Farewell to Faerie…
The Boundaries … The Crowntalk Podcast Mini-Moment.
Good day Crowned Ones, On this episode of The Crowntalk Podcast (a mini moment), Crowned ReRe and Mr. Al Pete review Kendrick Lamar’s album “Mr.…
Conversation Sunday featuring Cheryl Moy. The Author of “The Origami Balloon Becoming Mei-Rose.”
“Learn to love yourself first, and then you will have the gift of joy to spread to others.”