Pine Bluff native and author Louise Stith will return home to host a free evening of music, dance and spoken word.


Stith, who writes under the name, “Dynasty Hill,” will encourage the audience during the Dynasty Hill Empowerment from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, at the Pine Bluff Convention Center. Presented by J. Knowledge Consulting, the event will also include complimentary refreshments.


According to a press release, Stith writes about real issues in her second book, “Does the Relationship Matter?”


“Stith has been traveling the world giving motivational speeches and inspirational nuggets on health and wellness. She incorporates her 22-year career in the field of nursing across the spectrum of topics she addresses with her audience,” according to the release.


An activist of change and a blogger, the author will also become a certified life coach through Life Purpose Institute in September.


“Known for her vision of empowering women of all ethnic backgrounds, she is laying new crowns on God’s queens. This is her victorious win as she writes books and poetry as well as speaks to women in prison and throughout the local community,” according to the release.


Stith motivates women emotionally and spiritually and believes in financial accountability. Her first book was a part of the Tuscon Festival of Books at the University of Arizona and the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.


“Her first publication, ‘Destiny Embrace Me; Lord, Let Future Uphold Me,’ has received a five-star rating on Amazon. All of her books are available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Xlibris and her website www.dynastyhill.com,” according to the release. Her next publication will be entitled “Living Poetry with Dynasty Hill.”


For details on the empowerment event, contact James Gary at iamdynastyhill@gmail.com