Do you like potato chips? If so, you have George Crum to thank. Let me tell you a little about this man and this accidental invention. George Speck aka George Crum was an African and Native American chef, hunter and guide born in upstate New York on July 15, 1824. George Crum is credited with … Continue reading George Crum
In a few days, I will have my MyHeritage ancestry results. I am so excited about finding out what my African ancestry is made up of. I am confident that I will be at least 80% or more and I believe my ancestry results will show a large percentage of Nigerian and / or Ghanaian … Continue reading What is MyHeritage?
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
Good Evening wonderful people! I sincerely hope that each of you are doing well. I've been tied up quite a bit with my first novel series The Chronicles of Neffie, but in between that time I'm still able to answer some of your questions. When I posted about doing an ancestry test to find out what … Continue reading It’s Complicated
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 to you all. I hope that everyone is still doing well. This will be my last post this evening since I will be busy making preparations for my upcoming novel The Chronicles of Neffie next week. Are you ready to learn something new? Of course you are. Let's do this! 😉 Sarah E. … Continue reading Sarah E. Goode
Does the name above ring a bell? Many have never heard of her even though she played a pivotal role during the Civil Rights movement. If you've never heard of her, I'm going to educate you briefly about her. Viola Gregg Liuzzo was a White woman and mother of five who was killed in Selma, … Continue reading Viola Gregg Liuzzo