Physical circumstances may change – but it takes a free mind to make it permanent.
Newspaper publishers think they are selling a product, but they’re actually engaging in a relationship. The dynamics of the newspaper business model is readers allow a stranger to come into our home; gossip about our neighbors, talk about government issues that affect our lives while revealing some of most of the intimate details of the community when we’re most vulnerable. This engagement requires an exchange of the most valuable relationship commodity: trust.
Changing poison into medicine.| I profile two women filmmakers for EBONY’s September Fashion Issue who show how persistence and creatively hurdling obstacles to achieve their goals pay off for the community.
Not only do I have to take time to read the book– but I also must put pen to paper and write about it. That’s a paid critic’s job. Not leisure reading and reviewing. Therefore, […]
A sinister figure is disturbing the peace in a small college town of Nakadee, Louisiana. Chopped off fingers are popping up at conspicuous locations taunting police but hidden from residents. Meanwhile, the city is preparing […]
Currently Reading: Severed by VL Towler. It’s billed as a mystery set in a Louisiana town. The first thing that pulled me into the story was the forensic anthropologist who happens to be a single […]
Writing takes far more than talent to be great. One must also possess the courage to be at the top of her craft. At least that’s the takeaway from the essay “You Are the Second […]
As an author or novelist, you have most likely participated in your fair share of book signings and author events. But have you considered making the rounds on the lecture circuit? We’ve all seen those […]
You’re at your favorite supermarket. There are aisles and aisles of edible perishables, but your job is to pick up some staples – milk, butter, bread, and maybe some breakfast cereal. But of course, you […]
Heard of American Philosophical Association? American Library Association? How about the Association of Study of Higher Education? Did you know these associations and others host about 352,300* conferences and meetings a year? All attended by professionals who can make purchasing […]
Misidentified goals result in failure 100 percent of the time. Want to make sure you following the correct desire lines? Learn then know the difference between an end goal and the means to get there. For the answer to the riddle, read on.