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 

It’s Complicated 

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 

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… 

Sarah E. Goode 

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 

Viola Gregg Liuzzo

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

Eugene Bullard 

Eugene Bullard. Do you recognize that name? Better yet, have you ever heard of him? I'll be honest and say that I never heard of him until yesterday. I had an awesome reader introduce him to me yesterday and when I did a little research on him I was amazed. Eugene Bullard was the first … Continue reading Eugene Bullard 

Tracing My Roots 

As I'm in the process of writing my second novel, I've become more and more curious about my African ancestry. My own story has me wondering, what part of Africa did my ancestors come from and what tribe? In all honesty, having a DNA test will be the closest tool available for me to find … Continue reading Tracing My Roots