Author malika staar
started writing at the age of 12. It was something that came naturally. She was always able to convey her ideas, pain and happiness onto pages of her diaries. No matter what the situation, she let the pen be the voice to her emotions. She has written several award-winning poems and lends her talent to write for churches, programs, and friends. From this passion for words, she created The Power of Two Marketing Services, LLC, which focuses on writing marketing content for small businesses in the form of business plans and proposals, and for individuals in the form of resumes and bios. She has managed this business for over 10 years.
It is no surprise that she is now an author. Malika self-published her first book “Now That I Know Better” in 2015 and it is soon to release “work-it-out” workbook, “Now That You Know Better”. She also started her own publishing company, MaliStaar Publishing, which will release four manuscripts in March and April.
Though she is an Executive Assistant by day, by night, she has produced several talk shows which can be seen on Public Access TV in 19 different markets, and she host a Facebook Live series called, “Nothing But the Truth“ which encourages its viewers in a very transparent fashion how to not be ashamed of life’s mis-takes but to learn from them and grow out of them. She is no stranger to WBGR and has been a guest on several Urban One Radio stations as well.
Malika is an ordained Deacon and part of the Distinguished Leadership at the City of Praise Family Ministries. She is also a Leader with Celebrate Recovery, a Biblical 12-step recovery program that helps people overcome their hurt, hang-ups and habits. She holds an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts from Essex County College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from the University of Phoenix. And just like a phoenix she knows how to emerge from the ashes of life into the glowing sunshine…living life to the fullest of joy, peace and abundance. She firmly believes and stands on Romans 8:28, which states, “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”