Hello and warm greetings to you all! I hope that each of you are doing well on this Thursday evening. I have a bit of good news that I wanted to share with you tonight because I know that some of you are independent writers such as myself. Please continue reading... When you believe in … Continue reading When You Believe!
Hmmm? Does that name sound familiar? If you are into poetry as much as you are into writing like I am, that name is quite familiar to you. For those of you who have never heard of Georgia Douglas Johnson, she was a well-known African American poet who was a giant during the Harlem Renaissance … Continue reading Georgia Douglas Johnson
Good Evening Everyone! I hope that you are doing well. It's been a while since I posted a little poetry and I wanted to post a poem that I came across tonight. It's by a young lady who goes by the name of Ms. Moem and she is from the UK. If you ask me, … Continue reading It’s Been a While
I've been nominated several times for the Versatile Blogger Award. I started not to blog about it, but as I continued to get notifications, I felt inclined to. Simply put, I wanted to say Thank you. I appreciate the nominations very much; more than you could ever know. Seeing how I'm not your average blogger, … Continue reading Another Nomination: Versatile Blogger Award
Hate that is. I look within my own family that is full of and made up of different races and ethnicities. I can't imagine how anyone can hate them based solely on their race. If I dislike you, I dislike you because of your character. Not because of your race. Hate doesn't have a place … Continue reading It’s Not Necessary
The countdown of what? You'll soon see my fellow writers, authors and bloggers. When someone says you can't do something, I want you to use that to motivate you. Don't get upset about it or even worry about it. Just you show and prove. Sometimes silence is your best weapon. Be humble as good things … Continue reading Let The Countdown Begin
Whenever people see pictures of all my close friends, they are often shocked to see just how diverse my friends are. Many, I assume, expect me to have only Black friends. Comments such as: "How do you have so many Asian and Middle Eastern friends?" Or... "I didn't know you had those many White friends." … Continue reading Like Family