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!
Good Evening wonderful people! I hope to find you doing well on this Wednesday evening. We are getting closer and closer to Friday. Isn't that awesome?! Of course it is! I was tasked a few questions to respond to on my blog from a post I made last year entitled My Biggest Struggle. For those … Continue reading More Questions!
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
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