The highly anticipated “Nature of a Man” is now available!

This highly acclaimed documentary is years in the making, but the wait is over. Dr. Yvette set the stage for groups of men in Orlando, Atlanta and DC to tell women the truth about sex, relationships, infidelity, what it means (and what it doesn’t mean) to be “happily married”, and much, much more in this hour and a half long, no-holds-barred, men-only conversation.

Check your local listings for a live viewing in a theater near you, or purchase your copy online at square.com/store/3one7media. To book Dr. Yvette, please visit www.dryvette.com.

Dr. Yvette: Fix My Classroom (A reality show)

31st & Seventh is excited to share the following announcement from our partners: 10th Voyage Studios (http://www.10voyage.com/news/nbsp;) is happy to announce they have completed the shoot and post production of the Trailer for the highly anticipated reality show, “Dr. Yvette: Fix My Classroom©”. The shoot took place on Friday, February 19th, 2016 at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida. Dr. Yvette is the author of Man’s Little Book of Plays and Forty & Fabulous: Forty Ways to Live your Best Days…After 40.

10th Voyage Studios Producer, Patrick Appolonia and CEO, Lenny Mosco said, “It was a wonderful shoot. Dr. Yvette and her team did an Awesome job putting this production together and we look forward to the success of this great series.” For more information about the series, Dr. Yvette: Fix My Classroom, or to contact Dr. Yvette, please use our Contact Us link.

Reality TV

Dr. Yvette is the star of Dr. Yvette: Fix My Classroom.

Introducing Jon Marc Creighton and Bonafide Fool

31st & Seventh Publishing is excited to announce Jon Marc Creighton’s book debut, Bonafide Fool: Perhaps Yesterday but Definitely Not Today. If you’re looking for a book that surpasses all demographic barriers and speaks directly to the heart of men and women, you’ve found it. Bonafide Fool illustrates for its readers  how societal changes, though inevitable, have created a numbing effect on many policy makers, leaders, educators and yes, even parents and offers concrete, effective ways to turn the tide. Visit Amazon.com and order your copy today!

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31st & Seventh Publishing and Debonaeress proudly present…

Dr. Yvette’s book debut, 40 & Fabulous: Forty ways to live your best days…After 40. 

Join Dr. Yvette in a city near you as she tours the southeast, redefining Fabulous by encouraging women over 40 to embrace their latter years with positive energy, fervor, courage, and no regrets!

Next stop: Atlanta, GA  

Meet Dr. Yvette on Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. to hear highlights from the book and receive your signed copy.

Address: 33 Griffin Street, McDonough GA 30253

Dr. Yvette

How to Move From Idea to Finished Product

Most writers dream of being published and most actors dream of being cast. Whatever your dream, here are four steps you can take to get you from Point A to Point B.

Narrow Your Focus

If you’re like most creative minds, your ideas and thoughts tend to go everywhere. If you’re a writer, you may have ideas for several characters that you must either find a use for or decide which to eliminate. Or you may have several book ideas floating around in your head at the same time. If your characters are literally coming to life as you create them, your avenue might very well be film. If you spend hours watching and uploading your own videos to Youtube or Yahoo! Screen, these are tell-tale signs that a producer lives inside you. It’s time to narrow your focus. Look at each aspect of what you have been working on as a separate project. If it’s that one book, focus on one moment in time in order to breathe life into the character(s) you need at that moment. If the thriller and the romance novel are headed for a collision, pull one off to the side of the road and choose to work on the one whose plot is developing more fluidly in your mind. To satisfy the director in you, take time away from the videos uploaded by others and use that time to explore your own ideas master your own craft. Narrow your focus.

Hone Your Skill

Fifteen minutes a day. That’s it. Dedicate a minimum of 15 minutes each day mastering your craft. Good writers don’t just read their own works. Be sure to take time reading favorite authors, studying the way a film is edited, sounds, music, voice inflections used by actors, etc. When you watch Youtube videos, note what viewers like most about the clip. Was it comedic timing, specific lines that became well-known catch phrases, or something else? Study your favorites. Study the best, always asking, “What draws fans to this person’s work?”

Consider Your Audience

What do we have without an audience? Unread books. Unwatched videos. Unseen actors. While it is true that the greatest works are meaningless without someone to see it, it is also true that a work produced with no regard for the audience is destined to flop. So how do you consider audience? The answer is simple: Whom do you envision enjoying your content? Is it people in your age group? Children? Blue collar workers? Home makers? Building Contractors? The general public? Once you’ve established your audience, you should begin imagining them sitting down to enjoy your work. With that in mind, you will shape your words, music, timing, setting, everything to fit that particular audience. If you anticipate a general audience, you will likewise, develop your content for a general population.

 Have Fun

Unless you are writing or producing material that is somber or serious in nature, you should enjoy the journey. When people see the finished product, they should be able to capture a bit of your experience in the process.