In 2012, I self-published my Sci-Fi book, Aftermath: A Saga Begins, which is the first book of a forthcoming series. The story is about a young group of friends from different worlds and backgrounds banning together to combat an unjust dictator and his affiliates. During the process, the group of friends also face their inner-demons … More The Making Of A 2nd Edition
Last month, Feb. 2017, I literally took a cross-country trip from St. Louis, MO to Seattle, WA. I left Lambert St. Louis International Airport on an evening flight aboard Alaska Airlines. Being the Virgo that I am; I had to conduct my own, personal survey of Alaska Airlines and thoroughly check them out, since I … More MY TRAVELS: Seattle, WA: Slippery When Wet!
Hello everyone, I TRULY need your help! Several weeks ago, I was nominated for the Author of the Year Award. The award will be presented at the 2016 St. Louis Star Awards ceremony on Jan. 31st, 2016, in St. Louis, MO. The St. Louis Star Awards is a major, televised event that is covered by … More Author of the Year
I had the privilege being 1 of the 16 invited authors of the Schlafly Branch of St. Louis Public Library’s 8th Annual Author Shout Out yesterday (Apr. 25th, 2015). It was a great event, I sold a few books, signed a few autographs, got a little publicity, and met some wonderful authors, fans and dedicated … More 8th Annual Author Shout Out
FAILING BLACK STUDENTS: WHO’S RESPONSIBLE? ~ WHO CAN HELP? This article addresses the topic of the high failure rate of Black students and explores possible causes and solutions. I like this one because I wrote it as a “short story” while still managing to stay “on-topic”. It was a real “skill-tester” for me, … More SOME’N UNIQUE: Failing Black Students: Who’s Responsible? Who Can Help?