Contact

About my work:
reshondat@aol.com, or visit my guestbook here.

For Bookings:
pgpublicity@aol.com

10 Responses to Contact

  1. Anonymous says:

    RTB call me. Thanks Dwight Boykins

  2. Anonymous says:

    713-203-2835

  3. Anonymous says:

    Good morning…I owe you I left the house without my wallet…I went outside to look in the truck…So i had this mad dash to come home to find it…lol gv me a call 832.250 0013

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi Reshonda, I am writing to say I loved your book “It Should’ve been me”. I have been looking to see if there were a second book ( hopefully a series ), but couldn’t find one. I would have like to have known what happened when Donovan found out the baby wasn’t his. I also would want to know what happened with Camille, and Tamara finding out who she really was and what happened with JuneBug. What happened with the play? Last but not least, Justin getting caught with all of the blackmailing. The book felt like it told half the story. Will there be a second book? Thank you to You and Victoria Christopher Murry

  5. Barbara Thompson says:

    Anonymous August 10, 2018. I forgot to fill in my info before posting about It Should’ve Been Me

  6. Eunice Sykes says:

    Hello Soror Reshonda:
    I’m a published author and met you and your business partner, Victoria Christopher Murray, at the National Black Book Festival in Houston , Texas in 2016 . I was a vendor promoting and introducing my book “Mashed Potatoes in My Salad: An Alzheimers Caregiver Memoir.” I am interested in discussing my next project with you. What is the best way to do that?

  7. william felix saulberry says:

    Hello Ms. Billingsley,
    my name is William Saulberry and I am a survivor of Hurricane Katrina and a former resident of New Orleans now residing in Houston, from this tragedy comes my story which tells of my survival and the many different government programs the victims was subject too and the difficulties of recovery and starting life over for me at the age of 62 at that time. I would appreciate if you would read my story and give me your opinion and what would be my next step in getting it published. Thank you for your time.
    William.
    williamsaulberry@att.net

  8. Kissuth E. Reamo says:

    Good Afternoon, Ms. Billingsley,

    I am a grad student at the University of Houston Victoria pursuing a dual master’s degree: MS-Publishing and MFA-Creative Writing. I am currently taking a Style and Editing class which requires that I interview an editor that I admire and believe I could gain a wealth of knowledge from that has accomplished or is working on accomplishing one of my personal goals. I would like to interview you.

    I would like to complete a 30-minute interview with you in-person or via telephone this week, if possible.

    I have drafted the interview questions and can submit them to you for review prior to conducting the interview.

    I am available via email or telephone at 281-690-0448 at your convenience to schedule the interview.

    Thanks in advance for your consideration.

  9. Yolanda says:

    Good Day Ms Billingsley,

    I am a fan of your writing style and the manner in which you are able to pull the reader into the story.
    I am a member of a small bookclub and have selected two of your books as my selection. The first being Seeking Sarah, which I really enjoyed and so did the book club ub members. This month I selected Mama’s Boy and I recently finished reading the book. I am so looking forward to our discussion as there is plenty to discuss in this story; the unconditional love we have for our children, sometimes to a fault, police treatment of African Americans, infidelity, forgiveness, and/or denial, friendship, religion, I could go on as the discussion topics are numerous. Thank you for taking the time to write such awesome books with well developed characters. Just wanted to send a quick message to let you know your books are truly being enjoyed.

  10. Felicia says:

    Hi, Because I love your books, I could not wait until “Just a little bit of Kama” come out, but I notice the release date has been changed to 12/30/2045. Is this the correct date? Just wanted to confirm this was not an error. Thanks!
    I usually see you at the NBCC, when you attend.

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