By Denene Millner

The actual original front cover, before 'editing.'

The original front cover, before 'editing.' Kinda looks nice, dontcha think?

So my girl Denene Millner, world famous author, blogger, mom and all-around peeps (I’ve written about her in the past), recently released another book, Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy and Commitment, which she wrote with Steve Harvey.  Now anyone who knows Denene, knows that virtually everything in that book sounds like Denene, but we’re gonna let Steve Harvey get that one (wink, wink).

The 'after' cover that went to print.  What a shame.

The 'after' cover that went to print. What a shame.


Denene is clearly on the come-uppance (as she has always been since I’ve known her), but the intensity of her star shines a tad brighter, when a book she pens ends up number one on the New York Times Best Seller List.  Now I’m not saying that I know people….I don’t mean to brag…but Denene and I ARE rather close…so I guess you can say, I know people.

But seriously, all props to my girl Denene on another successful book!  

Denene, I know all of five people read my blog, so I aint trippin’ about putting up this little ditty, but you know I got you!  

Just so you know I know.  (c:,’

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  1. LOL! Stephen, you’re a trip!
    Okay, so let me break it down so it’ll forever be broke: It was never our intention to put my name on the cover of the book… we agreed that since Steve Harvey is the author and the ideas in the book are his, his name only should go on the cover. However, my name is on the spine (so you can see it when the book is stacked on a bookshelf) and on the title page. He also shouts out a sister quite nicely in the acknowledgments for helping him turn his thoughts and ideas into a full-fledged book.

    More importantly, I am INCREDIBLY blessed to have written this book with him; being a New York Times best seller has opened A LOT of doors for this writer, and I wouldn’t have made it up on that list if he wasn’t promoting the hell out of Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man. So I’m actually quite grateful to him for that.

    Now what I’m waiting for is a Stephen Chukumba masterpiece… talent like that should be unharnessed–allowed to run wild. Get to it!


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