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Thursday, September 2, 2021

Black Author Pens New Memoir on How She Overcame Racism, Sexism, and the Loss of Her Close Family Members

La-Doris McClaney, author of 'God I Listened Too'

NationwideGod, I Listened Too, a triumphant memoir by Dr. La-Doris McClaney, chronicles her life as a real estate mogul who, against all odds, grew her family legacy from helping her mother sell sweet potato pies, to giving millions to charity along the way. Join Dr. McClaney as she shares how she overcame racism and sexism by outsmarting and outlasting her foes.

Journey with her as she takes us into her most intimate, spiritual space as she discusses the loss of her sister, mother, and father. Celebrate with her as she talks about her tremendous life, laced with hard work, celebrity friends, and extraordinary love.

“A heartfelt story of overcoming adversity, the power of the human spirit, and one woman’s commitment to give.”

Dr. McClaney is a 47-year resident of Holmby Hills. Even in her 83rd year of life, she maintains an enviable real estate portfolio and has now added a new title to her life – writer. She has hundreds of awards, commendations, and other honors. She is recognized as a pillar of strength and wisdom and now offers God, I Listened Too as her love letter to her mother and source of inspiration to those who read its pages.

Dr. McClaney has also re-released the 1985 memoir of her mother, Eula McClaney, God, I Listened, through her publishing company McClaney Media. This amazing title is available on Amazon and everywhere books are sold.

For more details about the book, visit McClaneyMedia.com or purchase the book on Amazon.

For press inquiries, speaker requests, book signings, and for further information, please contact Manifested Entertainment Management at assistant@manifestedentmgmt.com

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