VALENTINES DAY IS UPON US AND THERE IS A NEW BOOK OF POEMS YOU MUST CHECK OUT FOR TO LIFT THE MOOD. “LOVE MOODS” BY HERMENE HARTMAN IS A BOOK FILLED WITH PASSION AND JUST THE RIGHT WORDS TO SHARE WITH YOURSELF OR WITH A LOVED ONE.
Hermene Hartman 20 Plus Years of Publishing Excellence N’DIGO
About Hermene Hartman
Hermene Hartman is one of the most significant and influential Black women in American publishing. She serves as President and CEO of the Chicago-based Hartman Publishing Group, Inc. Her weekly column, Publisher’s Page, provides social commentary on hot topics of the day. Her radio program, VIEWS OF THE HEART, appears on Clear Channel station, WVAZ daily at 9:15 and 2:15.
N’DIGO, was founded in 1989, has the largest African American newspaper circulation in the nation and the largest alternative newspaper circulation in Chicago. N’DIGO is a weekly lifestyle publication for progressive readers. In 1995, N’DIGO PROFILES was established as a special annual publication, with a targeted insert in the Chicago Tribune and Crain’s Chicago Business Magazine.
Ms. Hartman is founder and president of N’DIGO Foundation, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, which began in 1995. It sponsors an annual Black Tie Gala, for the sole purpose of raising funds for educational pursuits.
4 Steps To Romance This Valentine’s Day!
1. Order Love Moods for your Kindle
2.Put On Your Favorite Music
3. Have a Glass of Champagne
4. Read “Love Moods” To Your Loved One.
Available now on Amazon
Love Moods lifts the spirit, touches the soul and invites you in to the emotions of Love!
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