Susan Still 

Susan Still is a human rights activist who became well known for escaping her abusive marriage. Some of you may remember her interview and story on 20/20. If you recall, her story sent waves of anger because her husband video taped her abuse. She was forced to stand there and take his verbal and physical … Continue reading Susan Still 

A Look Back 

With 2018 just around the corner, I decided to take a moment to look back over this past year. There have been some good times and there have been some bad times, but I am still here! A year ago, I had no one following or subscribed to any of my social media outlets. It … Continue reading A Look Back 

Readers Request 

One of the things I enjoy about my blog is using it as a platform to educate, entertain and promote my written works. It keeps my blog interesting and because of that, readers often come back for more. I had some readers outside of the United States inquire about the horrors of slavery. They read … Continue reading Readers Request 

I Just Might… 

So, I just received my MyHeritage kit in the mail yesterday and now I'm nervous. Let me first clarify something I had mentioned in a previous blog post. I had stated that I was "awaiting my results" but that statement was not correct. What I should have said was that I was awaiting for my … Continue reading I Just Might… 


Good Evening! I hope that all of you are doing well. Let this writer cut up a bit for a minute, you know I have to from time to time. As always, it's done out of fun. With that being said, I'm taking a break from a current writing project to say this: If you're … Continue reading Unacceptable 

Dreams of the Unknown 

When you take the first step in pursuing your dreams, it can be a scary feeling. The not knowing or the unknown can be a little frightening or even intimidating to say the least. Despite such negative feelings, you take that leap towards pursuing your dream(s) because you believe in yourself and what you stand … Continue reading Dreams of the Unknown