About Makasha

Makasha Dorsey is an award-winning author, motivational speaker and publishing industry publicist. Her personal essay Diary of an Aspie Mom is included in The Motherhood Diaries (Strebor Books/Simon & Schuster). has written for Absolute Write, The Midwest Book Review, Snaps1000Words, The Daily Times Leader, and ModVive Magazine.

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First Family Secrets

“Like the wick of a firecracker, it starts to sizzle in the beginning, then it explodes with mayhem, mistresses, and so much mess in the ministry, including murder…" —Chrystal, www.TerrificReads.com

A secret worth killing for threatens to destroy two families and an entire congregation.

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Book Makasha for an Event

"If you are seeking a virtuous woman to present the importance of knowing who you are and whose you are; look no further than Makasha Dorsey." - LaKesha Womack –minister, business consultant

Compel your attendees to see beyond their current situation and move towards their destiny.

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Will the R.E.A.L. Authorpreneur Please Stand Up?

Thirteen authorpreneurs that have successfully mastered the art of Authorpreneurship are featured in Sharon C. Jenkins’ latest release, Will the R.E.A.L. Authorprenueur Please Stand Up?. This compilation will be launched on July 6, 2015. The book will feature such successful authorpreneurs as Nina Amir, Joel Friedlander, Rochelle Carter, Tyora Moody, Brian Smith, Matilda Butler and […]

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Safe Sun: Black Women Need Protection, Too

According to SkinCancer.org, “Late-stage melanoma diagnoses are more prevalent among minority patients than Caucasian patients; 52 percent of non-Hispanic black patients and 26 percent of Hispanic patients receive an initial diagnosis of advanced stage melanoma, versus 16 percent of non-Hispanic white patients.” In other words, 1 in 2 Black women diagnosed with melanoma will need […]

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Jumping Head First into Camp #NaNoWriMo

Last night, on a whim and needing to give myself a push to finish book two in The Church House series, I jumped head first into Camp Nano. Last year I failed miserably at NaNoWriMo. November is NOT the month to write in my family—three things: football season, birthday and Thanksgiving. Hopefully, July is considering […]

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