February 11, 2013

LaDawn Black Goes Big for Valentine's Day Week

LaDawn Black provides love advice on two nationally syndicated television talk shows and contributes love pointers to JET Magazine

 LaDawn Black, relationship expert, author multi-media personality and host of The LaDawn Black Show on Baltimore’s 92Q will be featured on The Bill Cunningham Show, The Ricki Lake Show and JET Magazine this week. On Tuesday the 11th she will advise cheating couples on the best ways to move forward on The Bill Cunningham Show. Friday of this week, Black debuts as an expert for The Ricki Lake Show tackling the marriage certificate drama of The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas. All week long you can catch Black's apology advice in this week's JET Magazine.

Black says, “Valentine's week is always a big one for the radio show and my books. I feel even more blessed to have expanded further into TV and getting my first expert feature in JET.”

Both The Bill Cunningham Show and The Ricki Lake Show air nationally on the CW Network. Black is featured in the February 11th edition of JET currently on newsstands. LaDawn Black is a love/sex & relationship guru, author, multi-media personality and host of The LaDawn Black Show on 92Q in Baltimore.

 More information on LaDawn Black can be found at www.ladawnblack.com.

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