Interview: C.A. Lofton, Author of African-American Guide to Prosperity

Welcome C.A. Lofton, author of African-American Guide to Prosperity

Tell us a bit about yourself:

Do you work another job when you are not writing? 
My primary job is writing and promoting my work(s) as either an author, poet, or lyricist.

What is your favorite thing to do when you aren’t writing?
My favorite thing to do when I’m not witing is to read or cook.

What is your favorite color? Why?
My favorite color is blue. When my twin sister and I were born, it was thought that we would die due to our low birth weight and being premature births. Since twin births were rare in our community everyone was praying for our survival. Although our family was mostly African Methodist Episcopalian, my mother agreed to help from the Roman Catholic family members via dressing her twins in blue & white the colors of the Virgin Mary for 7 years, if we were spared. Since we were always had on something blue, I grew to like blue and it becme my favorite color.

What is your favorite season? Why?
My favorite season is Winter. It represents transistion and reminds me of the need to prepare for change.

If you could live anyplace on earth, where would it be? Why?
Cape Code is my favorite place to live due to the clean air,slow pace and quaint atmosphere.

If you could have any car, what would it be?
I’d like to have a blue Hummer.

Tell us about your writing:

How long have your been writing? Was it a dream, a goal or is it just a hobby?
I began writing in 1950. My mother named me after my maternal grandmother who also wrote, loved music and was an excellent storyteller. Back in the day a child was often named ater someone you wanted them to emulate. Besides I found out at an early age that artistic types were held in high esteem. The more I wrote the better I became at writing and since I love words and reading it seemed to be a good fit.

How many hours a day do you devote to writing? Do you listen to music or do you need a quiet place to write?
I spend 3-4 hours per day writing or doing writing related projects such as editing, research, rewrites, or marketing and I will listen to my sounds. However, if I’m working on lyrics I do not listen to music because I do not want another lyricist words in my head.

Tell us about your book:
My book: African-American Guide to Prosperity: A Metaphysical Approach to Empowerment is an awesome catalyst for change for all who wish to prosper. It boldly links African-America’s spiritual cultural idenity with the curative powers of positive thought. I believe the American experience has help create an African-American character steeped in a heritage of faith uniquely capable of reclaiming an abundance of unclaimed prosperiy. Ancient universal and spiritual truths are demystified and the basic principles that have guided several generations of affluent, blessed and highly favored African-Americans who adopted a metaphysical approach to empowerment in the areas of health,wealth and happines is revealed.

Where did the idea come from?
This book grew out of a desire to fill the void as it related to material that spoke to the African-American community about the invaluable benefit(s) that a raised consciousness could achieve by developing a prosperity mindset.

More about African-American Guide to Prosperity
“In times like these, no one knows what’s coming next, but faith is not anxious nor vex.” These words have rung true for generations upon generations of African-Americans from Traditionals to Boomers and Bridgers. Although each generation faces new challenges, some things remain constant. Today, careers are more fluid as technology changes in nanoseconds. Those who meet the challenges of change know: ‘There is nothing more potent than thought’. The African-American Guide to Prosperity is an informative, self-help tool that utilizes the cultural strengths and colloquial wisdom of past generations to move younger generations toward transformational thought. It supports new goals as it reinforces personal empowerment. This inspirational, Scripture-based prosperity primer boldly links African-America’s spiritual cultultral idenity with the curative powers of positive thought. It is an awesome catalyst for change for all who wish to prosper. 14 tenets are presented that demystify ancient universal laws and spiritual truths. Become privy to some of the same best practices of many affluent, blessed and highly favored African-Americans who adopted a metaphysical approach to personal empowerment in the areas of health, wealth and happiness by devloping a prosperity mindset.

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Cultivation of this unique mindset that is not bound by: age, gender, race, education, employment or economic climate increases your life affirming forces and the ability to create the reality of your dreams. Gain new knowledge as you learn some of the secrets of the ages. Learn how: ‘Your ‘Words can raise you up or mess you up’. Learn how: ‘Your fortune = your faith’. Learn how: Your use of ‘The Divine Name’ can alter your existence. Garner a distinct advantage with a prosperity primer that raises your consciousness and the quality of your life!

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