Dwayna Litz is a singer and songwriter with her music available on Pandora Radio, Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Walmart, Amazon, CD Baby, and Barnes and Noble. Her CD “I’m the Girl I Used to Know Again” of love songs she has written and Jazz CD “Counting Your Blessings,” recorded with a full orchestra of new renditions of the Great American Songbook, especially compliment her tips for women from her latest book Happiness No Man Required. She writes and sings of romance and what it means to truly fall in love with a confidence from within no one else can give.
Dwayna Litz is currently working in NYC on a music video for her song “Walkin’ in the Light,” dedicated to survivors of crimes against humanity in America and in memory of victims of random shootings. The theme of her song and video is to stand against racism and classism. The goal is to unite and bring love to America, working with children and teens in NYC schools as a project of NYU. All profits will go to aid survivors of the shootings who cannot pay hospital bills and need financial help due to being out of work.
Dwayna’s first cut as a songwriter was on Patti LaBelle’s Grammy nominated “Flame” album with a song she co-wrote, “Let Me Be There for You.” She went on to have more cuts in country music. Dwayna Litz has songs signed with Universal and Spirit Music and has recorded in various genres with top producers in the music industry. Dwayna is currently co-producing her latest album in Nashville of funky, bluegrass standards called “Mountain Music,” along with new renditions of classics like “Take Me Home Country Roads” for a distribution deal with Cracker Barrel Stores.
Dwayna penned an uplifting, self-help book for women Happiness No Man Required 50 Tips for Single Women to be Happy With or Without a Man and now travels as an author and speaker offering inspiration and entertainment. With her testimony of strength and thanksgiving, she shares from her 50 tips, illustrated by true stories about the men she has dated and lessons she has learned. Dwayna ends her speaking with her song, “I’m the Girl I Used to Know Again,” about coming full circle in healing through the beauty of every season of both heartache and love.
With more women single than married now in America, Happiness No Man Required by Dwayna Litz has a much needed message with 50 Tips teaching women how to feel complete and whole, with or without a man’s affirmation. Happiness No Man Required is not a man-basher but an honest portrayal of what women face in today’s dating scene, compassionately encouraging women to realize that being single or married does not have to be a distortion of their dreams coming true.
Dwayna’s tips include Know the Difference Between Love and Love Addiction; Hitler Was Charming, Too; Give Yourself 90 Days to Detox; Count Your Blessings; Leave Mr. Wrong Without Gaining Weight; Happiness=Compatibility in Character; It’s a Trap if You Are Trying to Save Him; Beware of Online Dating; A Crazy Man Will Make You Crazy; How to Have a Happy Valentine’s Day Without a Man; Good Men Still Exist; Do a Background Check; Hold On to Your Money; An Abuser Will Still Be Abusive Even if You are Perfect; Beware of Dangerous Men in Church; You Are the Prize, and Happiness Happens When You Least Expect It. The tips bring both tears of sadness and tears of joy to any audience as they resonate with women from all walks of life.
Happiness No Man Required praises true love and good men, instructing women how to know the difference between the good and the bad and love and love addiction. Litz cheers single women on living in a postmodern age where the label of being called an Old Maid has become antiquated. Her tips offer healing to women suffering from depression, anxiety, codependency, sexual abuse, spiritual abuse, eating disorders and love addiction.
An engaging, charismatic speaker, all of Dwayna’s 50 Tips shift the quest of finding romance with a man to first discovering how to become at peace from within. Litz promises any woman that when she learns to like and approve of the woman she is and realizes what it means to be true to herself as her own best friend, no man is required for a happy and fulfilling life.
Dwayna Litz speaks with energy and compassion. From 2013 to 2015 Dwayna led the only support group in Manhattan outside of a hospital for survivors of both emotional and physical abuse. She now travels internationally with book signings with Barnes and Noble, TV appearances, and as a speaker and singer, challenging women of any background to be all they can.