Top Author, Dr. Keshia Gaines, Honors Late Grandmothers in Special Edition for Black History Month

Dr. Keshia Gaines, a Ph.D. from The University of Mississippi in Hattiesburg, has gained immense popularity through her new mini-magazine. Friends call her the “new Oprah Winfrey” because she is a big Oprah fan and also is the founder and editorial director of her self-titled mini-magazine, which is published on a quarterly basis. The magazine team went beyond the expectation of the readers when it announced a special collector’s edition of 2018, featuring African American heroes in the hopes of increasing kindness and harmony among Americans.

The magazine proves to be increasingly popular in America but also among the Philippines and Africans! Numerous aspects contributed to the popularity of the magazine such as the engaging content and the famous word search puzzle in every issue. Every article published in this magazine seems to be highly interactive with the readers. The text is reader-friendly and super exciting to enjoy. The magazine also has a Dr. Gaines’s Mailbox section, in which readers have the chance to write a question, concern, poem, song, etc. for possible publication and response by Dr. Gaines herself. Inspirational articles form a major part of the publication.  Furthermore, the magazine caters to the latest trends, so if you feel the need to keep yourself updated, buy yourself a copy!

In this special edition 2018 issue, you will find holiday articles and a back page dedicated to Black History Month.  You will like the quick recipe for peppermint cookies and the winter vacation travel tips.  Many fans find The Dr. Keshia Gaines Magazine really interesting and informative because of the quick tips for today’s lifestyle. One thing the mini-magazine is known for is the positive articles and mind-stimulating word search puzzle.

Going for a little change, Dr. Keshia Gaines published her special collector’s edition in January on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. This magazine issue will continue to sell throughout February. The edition contains an article directed towards African American heroes and a small piece honoring her late grandmothers: Mrs. G. Monroe and Ms. C. Edwards. The article features the images of her grandmothers alongside other African American heroes like Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Michael Jordan, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. among many others. Dr. Gaines stated in the article, “I owe a lot of thanks to the heroes that came before me, therefore, I would like to dedicate this issue to my late grandmothers. In remembrance of Black History Month, my prayer is for all Americans to start loving and appreciating each other more than before. “

Dr. Keshia Gaines aims at acknowledging the contributions of African Americans in the field of music, science, and education. We all know a few prominent personalities that are regarded as the power behind the African American community. For example, Rosa Parks stood up for the rights of African Americans by sparking a movement across country. African Americans are also known for many inventions, world records, and even new genres of music. This and many other contributions of African American heroes are phenomenal in shaping America into what it is today. This tribute by Dr. Gaines is highly respected by people throughout the globe who wish to see positivity. You can order a copy of this special edition issue at  You can write to Dr. Gaines’s Mailbox by sending your concerns, questions, or interesting stories to the magazine’s Facebook page at Don’t forget to “like” and “share” the page while you are there!