WHO in the world counts words??? If you are a writer, you do. Why? Because depending on what you are aiming to write, your word count largely depends on it. For writers, the word length of your story can fall within a short story, a novelette, a novella or even a novel. I am working … Continue reading Word Counts
Writers! How would you, as a writer, describe writers? I am sure we would all have a difference of opinion, so I have posted mine below. Writers are... Alright writers, it is your turn. How would you describe writers? Until next time...
Hey! What's happening? How's it going? I hope you are doing well on this Monday evening. I wasn't too happy to see Monday this morning, but I'm much better now KMSL! I was asked to blog briefly (most of you already know how I feel when it comes to posting about things other than … Continue reading Power to the Puff!
The word cancer in itself is enough to strike fear in anyone's heart. It's a devastating diagnosis that can affect not only the individual, but those closest to them. Imagine watching someone you love battle cancer day in and day out. Let me tell you, it can be tough. At times, if not all of … Continue reading Cancer Warrior
This writer needs to vent a little so bear with me. You're not going to believe this. I stumbled across an article recently where a group of non-Black women refused to believe that Black women can grow long hair. Are you serious? C'mon now, that's just ignorant. Believe it or not, you have many Black … Continue reading Stop It.
Hey you! How's it going? You made it through Thursday so that should count for something, right? Ah, there's that smile I wanted to see. I knew you had it in you. 🙂 I've been so occupied signing new copies of Poka City Blues (yes I sold what was left) that my poor little ole … Continue reading Reloaded
Today was a special day for me. I had the wonderful opportunity to help send my oldest sister off to Hawaii to welcome her first grandchild when he's born next month! Can you believe that? This writer is about to be a Great Auntie! I can still remember when my oldest sister brought my oldest … Continue reading Aloha!