About Makasha

My name is Makasha Dorsey, hence the site name, MakashaDorsey.com. I am a wife, the mother of two boys, a writer, a crafter, and a Christian.

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First Family Secrets

“…an excellent Christian romance and suspense mystery mix, where Love, Faith and the impact of Deception are the offering.”
—Bridal Tribe Magazine

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Hear Makasha Speak

"If you are seeking a virtuous woman to present the importance of knowing who you are and whose you are; look no further than Makasha"
LaKesha Womack – author & business consultant

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Friday Find: Practice What You Praise by Candice Y. Johnson

A teen mother… a praise dance team… who gives whom the right to praise? Pregnant and unwed, Jojo was quickly dismissed from the church’s praise team, though the baby’s father (a choir musician) remained in his position thanks to his familial ties at church. Two years later, Jojo believes she’s paid the price for her

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5 Ways to Set Yourself Apart on Social Media

If you’re like me, you follow some pretty cool people on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. There is something about those people that made us want to know more about them, their lives and what they promote. They are interesting, bold and endearing. They are controversial, entertaining and in your face. No matter the type

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My Writing Bookshelf #NaNoWriMo

We are well into National Novel Writing Month, or #NaNoWriMo for hashtag users. I’m not writing this year but thought I’d offer support from time to time. Earlier this year, I took a picture of my writing bookshelf with some of the books I use to help me write and edit and used it as

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Living The Empty Carriage Way of Life by Marian L. Thomas

Author Marian L. Thomas delivers a hilarious, yet candid discussion of why she made the life-long decision to remain childless. This chapbook has the perfect blend of non-fiction and fictional elements that make it the perfect recipe for a delightful read. Buy Living The Empty Carriage Way of Life Interview with Marion Thomas When did

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Technology Imprint: How Do You Want to Be Remembered?

I write. Therefore, I research. But, my research and work always lead me back to one question: how do you want to be remembered? My computer’s browsing history would freak out a few people—like the police, my in-laws and certain friends. My search history has some of the following searches: How to dispose of a handgun?

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Young Mom: Your House is Clean Enough

Eyes red rimmed, face flushed, she stumbled through the office door after a toddling two-year old boy while holding on to a chubby six-month old, whimpering infant girl. The young mother apologized when her active son ran into my leg, nearly knocking my notepad and pen from my lap. I smiled. “It’s okay,” I said.

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I’m a Day Late: Good Luck with #NaNoWriMo Friends

November is National Novel Writing Month. A time when veteran and newbie writers hunker down and bang out (or attempt to bang out) a 50,000 word first draft of their novel. Note I wrote first draft. I’ve heard quite a few authors speak negatively about NaNoWriMo because it is not possible to write a novel

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