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Thursday, March 14, 2013

HerStory Playlist, Michelle Cornwell-Jordan

I love music, I believe it a form of storytelling; it transmits passion, love,and also it encourages and inspires. I believe music transcends boundaries if Race, Gender and Age.

Music is fundamental, it seeps into your bones, tissue and blood, helps you to see the world clearer, well at least in my humble opinion.


So as it inspires, It can be inspired...there is separation  the storyteller and his/her words and the musician, I believe need the other, feeds the others, aides the other.

So HerStory, which is a collection of stories that was inspired by the strength of women in history, has a theme that I have also viewed in music.

Below are songs and artist who also carry the theme in music of empowering and celebrating women...

I found this list on-line compiled by Yahoo contributor, Kathy Heydasch and felt it was perfect!

Strong is Beautiful

10) "Video" by India Arie



9) Billie Holiday T'aint nobody's business if I do



8) So Beautiful by Superchick



7) "Nothing in Between" by Meredith Brooks.



6) So What" by Pink.



5) Independent Woman" by Destiny's Child



4)"Survivor" by Destiny's Child.



3) Strong Enough" by Cher




2)"I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor.



1)"I am Woman" by Helen Reddy.




Michelle Cornwell-Jordan is a Young Adult/ New Adult Paranormal author. Her titles include a co-written work with Danny Jones called Reahket and her solo young adult novella series Night School Vampire Hunter Trilogy.

She is also the producer/host of the online radio segment, IndieReview Behind the Scenes, where she and her co-host Jamie B Musings interview Indie authors and musicians.

Michelle has been married for seventeen years and has a fourteen-year-old daughter. A book lover, her favorite genre has always been paranormal adventures.

Her story within the HerStory pages is Musings of an African-American cowgirl.

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