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Robertson Treatment Syndicated Column (RTSC): Edition 15, Issue 7 – Meet Denene Millner

September 3, 2012 Leave a comment


Image Hosted by ImageShack.usAs a writer Denene Millner has reached the pinnacle of success in her profession. As a journalist, she has contributed to numerous magazines that include, Essence (where she is a contributing editor), Ebony, Heart & Soul, Entertainment Weekly, Money and others.  While as an author, she has authored or co-authored an astonishing 19 books that includes Steve Harvey’s phenomenally successful advice book, “Think Like A Lady, Act Like A Man,” (which was turned into a major movie that grossed over 100 million dollars at the box office.)  As if that’s not enough, Millner is also a media entrepreneur whose award-winning website,, is one of the most popular parenting destinations on the internet. With the release of her novelization of the highly-anticipated film, “Sparkle,” just hitting stores, Millner recently gave the Robertson Treatment exclusive insight about her remarkable career as a wordsmith.
How did you make the transition from journalist to author?
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Steve Harvey’s Ford Hoodie Awards Kick Off Nominations on Monday

May 13, 2012 Leave a comment

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Nominations Open May 14th – May 30th for 10th Annual Awards Show
Created to Honor Community Businesses, Churches, Educators and Leaders

ATLANTA, GA (May 11, 2012) – Continuing a stellar year in comedy and entertainment for Family Feud and Think Like A Man’s Steve Harvey, it’s that time of year for the best-selling author, radio and TV host to kick off the nomination period for the 10th Annual Ford Hoodie Awards – one of the most-anticipated entertainment events seeking the nation’s best community leaders, teachers, churches, barbecue and more.  Always a fiercely-spirited campaign from communities across the country to nominate their favorite local businesses, churches, educators and leaders to take top honors in twelve categories, the nomination period seeking this year’s Top 48 Hoodie Awards nominees will start May 14th online at
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Top 5 Reasons To Pay To See Think Like A Man (No Spoiler)

April 18, 2012 3 comments


I attended the New York premiere of Think Like A Man (Screen Gems) earlier this month. I’ve been processing the film on many levels: as a woman in a committed relationship (I just celebrated 15 years of marriage to this comedian named Tmor on April 13); as a filmmaker and creative producer of color (yes–the ‘of color’ part matters), and as a consumer who loves a great moviegoing experience.

I’m not one to rave about films; I have my jaded insider moments just like most entertainment industry insiders. Because I know what’s possible from a creative standpoint, my expectations are high–and because I know the limitations Hollywood places on creativity, those expectations are rarely met, let alone exceeded. I’m usually left wanting more in terms of cast, script, story, or all of the above. But as a smart, sexy comedy, Think Like A Man garners a rave from me. Read more…

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