How Do You Easily Become A Freelance Writer?

Let's take the guesswork out of HOW you can become a Freelancer by reading my FREE guide!  This guide provides three fully proven ways you can start your freelancing hobby, career, passion - whichever ASAP! I give you in depth insight (as a Freelancer) on each tip to get you started right away in some capacity. Plus, … Continue reading How Do You Easily Become A Freelance Writer?

Growing Beyond Acceptance

Recently I realized how much I let go in the name of being accepted by my partner or in the excuse of having a child. Putting these flaws on pause for a lil while was okay, to rest my heart and head in the receptive coziness of unconditional love. But, I'm a creature with a … Continue reading Growing Beyond Acceptance

The Truth About Writer’s Block

The creative well withinDrains and dries when lies begin.It's the original artist's sin."CREATIVE PIECES", A MIND FULL OF COLOR If you're experiencing writer's block (or any artistic block) and can't figure out why, I'll tell you the truth: it's because you're lying. Before 14 years old, I was writing like it was my job with … Continue reading The Truth About Writer’s Block

Purchase 2 *NEW* Short Stories for $2.99!

So far I've posted almost 10 free and original short stories on my blog this year! Considering I've had this blog for years and only posted the occasional poem and I went through pregnancy and birth this year, that's not too bad. If you missed any, check out the list here to catch up and … Continue reading Purchase 2 *NEW* Short Stories for $2.99!

Shitty Games

The sun raised itself over the skyline, shining brightly through the open windows of Al’s room. The two rose in sync everyday, but Al did so less gracefully. The slender, earth brown skinned 10-year-old boy thrived on filling each day up to the brim with adventures. He stretched his especially long arms above his body, … Continue reading Shitty Games

Fear of the Sea

INSPIRED BY AND FEATURING ARTWORK BY CHEENO. Seasar Waterways sat in his swimming trunks on the edge of a wooden dock leading out to his father’s favorite river, The Ways. A few miles ahead, the river and the sea met. “That’s called a confluence,” his father Banks had told him many times until he could … Continue reading Fear of the Sea

Before There Was Time

Before there was Time, all of the Present accepted itself as subject to Change. There was no reason to look behind or forward, to have a Past or Future. The Present was always enough and if not, Change would come. It always did. All Souls had Faith in Change and it's Mother, the Universe. Nonetheless, … Continue reading Before There Was Time

About “Jamaican Accent” (2/2)

Read part 1. The Cover. My idea was to portray a carefree young black girl. Cheeno did a cool job. My eyes are closed to imply unabashed innocence. My mouth is open and all but shouting into the world "wah gwaan?", which is written on my tongue in the picture and means "what's up?" or … Continue reading About “Jamaican Accent” (2/2)

About “Jamaican Accent” (1/2)

The Idea. I was experiencing the well dubbed writer's block. I knew why, but I didn't understand why I couldn't push through. Suddenly I had a lot of free time and it was picking apart my confidence not knowing. My partner Cheeno suggested isolating myself by getting off all social mediums. My outlet options were … Continue reading About “Jamaican Accent” (1/2)