Welcome back to Writing Wednesday and as always, I have another interview for you guys today. I am happy to introduce you to Miko Marsh from Virginia. Who is not only an author but a speaker too; but I don’t want to spoil the interview any further than I have already done. Sit back and... Continue Reading →
Welcome back to writing Wednesday!!! And that’s right I have yet another author interview for you all today. This time with Hezekiah Morris from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He’s a self-help and erotica writer and I would appreciate it if you will all join me in learning a little bit more about him. Please introduce yourself before... Continue Reading →
Hello, and welcome back to writing Wednesday. Where I have another interview from Chima Ugokwe, who comes from Nigeria. I know these are tough times right now, but I feel we can all use the distraction right now. So, please join me in learning about this Author life and works to come. Link to his... Continue Reading →
Welcome back to Writing Wednesday! After an emotional post from Mental Monday. I felt that we all needed another interview from a writer and owner of a traditional publishing company. Now, this person has taken a leap of faith and gave me my shot at becoming a published author. If anything, she helped my 2019... Continue Reading →
I’ve lost my way, my truth. My mind is not what I thought, and my personality is nothing but a fantasy. The world I once knew is vanishing right in front of me. I’ve lost the people that gave me strength. Along with the love they have embedded inside of me. The phrase “Praise... Continue Reading →
I wish I can go back in time. To a time where life was simpler. To a time where death and destruction, Wasn’t part of my everyday life. I wish I can go back in time. So I can warn myself of all the untrained dogs, That will come knocking on my door. So... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/3hMdoGet2A8 Every time I listen to this song, I begin to think about the decision I made throughout my life. I would think about this girl I kept bumping into on my way to class. Sometimes I wonder what would’ve happened if I would’ve said something different. Instead of always saying sorry, for all... Continue Reading →
Don’t tell me I’m the nicest person you ever met. When you don’t know anything about me. Don’t look at me in the eyes and say, “I see the good in you”. When in reality none of us is pure.
I’m sorry For thinking outside of the box. I’m sorry I don’t appeal to your views. I’m sorry For talking about random things. I’m sorry I’m not mature enough for you. I’m sorry We can’t come to an agreement. I’m sorry We can’t be friends. I’m sorry For being myself.
Inspired by the song from R. Kelly