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Tymeka Coney's Newest Book on

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Told through the eyes of a young African-American girl named DaNyla, this story takes you on a journey as she learns and educates others about the effects of COVID-19. It will inspire all ages and genders around the world to stay hopeful and to continue to wear their masks, clean their hands and take the necessary steps to remain safe despite the fact that the COVID-19 Pandemic still remains.

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Kindle: $9.99

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Tymeka Coney's New

Amazon Best Seller Book

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Book Coming Soon to a Major Online Book Store Near You


This book tells the story of racism through the eyes of a young African-American girl, DaNyla, and her experiences with racism as she witnesses her cousin involved in police brutality and she tries to understand why racism exists. She talks to her Mom, and her History Teacher about racism to better understand where it evolved, then she prays about it and decides to continue to dream and hope for change for a better tomorrow as she still continues to fight for what's right peacefully all while still loving her family and her multicultural friends.

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Paperback: $14.99
Hardcover: $19.99

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This story will teach all ages, genders and nationalities about racism and it seeks to inspire us all to unite and love one another despite the color of our skin. – Author Tymeka Coney

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” -Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


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About the Author

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Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Tymeka Coney graduated from DeSoto High School in DeSoto, Texas, as Class Favorite. She holds an Associate of Applied Arts degree from K.D. Studio Actor's Conservatory in Dallas, Texas, where she received a partial scholarship for her talents. Tymeka graduated in three years with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology/English- Dramatic Writing from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. While attending Texas Tech University, Tymeka was a DJ/On Air Radio Personality for 88.1 FM College Radio Station and Kiss 102.3 FM Radio Station. Tymeka was also crowned “Miss Black and Gold” and “Most Talented,” for penning an original monologue in the pageant honoring the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She now resides in Los Angeles, California, where she also enjoys Acting, Voiceover and Writing, Producing, Directing Screenplays and Stage Plays, as well as creating Content for TV, writing songs and poetry.

She has a Spoken Word Album available on Itunes, Amazon and all music platforms titled "Life, Love & The Pursuit of Dreams.” Her poems have been featured in Los Angeles magazines-Rolling Out Magazine, Melt Magazine and Los Angeles Sentinel and she also has another book available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and all major online bookstores titled, "Words Unspoken Volume I: Deeper Than Eyes Can See.” In her spare time she gives back to the community by tutoring kids of all ages in English and teaching them how to read and write and she also coaches acting. Tymeka is also an Entertainment Entrepreneur as she is a woman of many talents. She currently runs an Indie production company- Meek Entertainment & PR for TV, Film, Live Stage Events & other media where she stays busy consulting clients in PR & Production along with her producing partner Lemo Coney III and they also run an annual film festival to provide opportunities for other filmmakers called -Mind Film Festival. Tymeka is also Manager & Co-Founder of a Music Collective for other songwriters, singers and musicians. She has recently added Public Speaker and Activist to her list of skills as she continues to inspire others through her writing/entertainment bringing awareness to social change as she has done as a playwright with several plays that have brought awareness to domestic violence, breast cancer, suicide,menopause etc. Given the subject matter of racism presented in this book and having witnessed police brutality first hand, Tymeka realizes it is a part of her life’s mission to continue to rally around important causes like racism and other social change and continue to use her platform for the greater good of all mankind and excel the lives of others spiritually, mentally and emotionally through Arts and Entertainment to make an impact in the lives of others throughout the world.

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Author Interviews, Media and Other Appearances


6 Minute Interview with Author Tymeka Coney
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Upcoming Events

Black Writers on Tour

Saturday October 10, 2020 - 10am-4pm PST

Book Tour - October 10th - November 10th

Schedule Your Own Day Between This Period

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Dr. Rosie Live Interview

October 20, 2020

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Author Panel - National Author's Day

November 1, 2020

The Herprenuer Virtual Book Tour

November 23, 2020

The Event I did today Nov. 23rd for my s
The Pain of Change - With Dr. Clarice

Sunday December 13, 2020 - 3:00pm PST

Black Authors Matter TV

Tuesday December 8, 2020 - 8:00pm CST/6:00pm PST 

Featured Poet & Author Signing at Unveiling of Maya Angelou Mural @ The Book Jewel

Saturday February 27, 2021 - 2:00pm PST

Guest on-A Spiritual Connection Radio/Talk Show

Sunday March 7, 2021 - 2:00pm PST

Author Reading & Signing at The Book Jewel

Sunday May 29, 2022 - 12:00pm PST

The Pain of Change - With Dr. Clarice

Sunday April 13, 2023 - 7:00pm PST

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Contact Meek Ent. & PR 323.628.1554

Also by Tymeka Coney

Words Unspoken: Volume I Deeper Than Eyes Can See


Words Unspoken seeks to Educate, Empower and Entertain the community and the world through its pages about Purpose in life, Love, Surviving the Recession, and saluting Great men and women like Oprah Winfrey and Michael Jackson as well as everyday men and women to find their greatness.


 It touches on an array of subjects such as the ever so controversial life of the late Michael Jackson in the title -A Tribute to the King-"Gone to Soon." In the poem Ode to Oprah we celebrate Oprah Winfrey in her 25 years of the Oprah Winfrey show and her contributions to the world and the poem Recession Proof sheds light on survival in our current economic state as a nation, and other poems touch on matters of the soul.

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Available at All Major Online Bookstores

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"I hope to change the lives of others through the written word and the spoken word and you will find after reading Words Unspoken: Volume I at least one poem that will speak to your heart and mind. " - Author/Poet - Tymeka Coney


"Words Unspoken Speaks volumes to the head and the heart about humans as we emerge into our better selves." "We are fortunate to have and have found a wonderful voice to lead us on this journey." -Nikki Giovanni- Grammy nominated poet, Activist, Educator, New York Times Best-Selling Author & One of Oprah's 25 Living Legends


“A must read.” “The intellectuality and cognitive energy is expressed in a very pratical way.” “Hats off to Tymeka.” Bishop Noel Jones-Pastor of City of Refuge Church & National BestSelling Author


“What a wonderful moment it is when a young woman finds her voice!” Poetry is the vehicle that so many young women have used to find their inner strength and dream BIG!” Shaun Robinson- Author “Exactly As I Am,” Former Co-Host Access Hollywood, Emmy Award Winning Journalist


“As a nation built on freedom of expression…..Poets have always played an important role in telling our American story.” President Barack Obama


“Men will find themselves wondering if they have truly understood a woman’s feelings, women will realize the importance of expressing themselves and many may be inspired to live with purpose rather than just reacting to life.” - CSN Books


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