About Makasha

Makasha Dorsey is an award-winning author, motivational speaker and publishing industry publicist. Her personal essay Diary of an Aspie Mom is included in The Motherhood Diaries (Strebor Books/Simon & Schuster). has written for Absolute Write, The Midwest Book Review, Snaps1000Words, The Daily Times Leader, and ModVive Magazine.

Read More

First Family Secrets

“Like the wick of a firecracker, it starts to sizzle in the beginning, then it explodes with mayhem, mistresses, and so much mess in the ministry, including murder…" —Chrystal, www.TerrificReads.com

A secret worth killing for threatens to destroy two families and an entire congregation.

Read More

Book Makasha for an Event

"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 Dorsey." - LaKesha Womack –minister, business consultant

Compel your attendees to see beyond their current situation and move towards their destiny.

Read More


2 Hot Coffee Facts Plus National Coffee Day Freebies

According to the American Coffee Association, approximately 83% of Americans drink coffee on a daily basis. I am one of those Americans but I’m not one of those people who can’t function without coffee. Most of the time I’m a decaf drinker—I love the taste of coffee. It must be black and with robust flavor. […]

Read More


What a Girl Wants: The Good Girl’s Guide to Great Sex by Sara Bolden

Synopsis What a Girl Wants: The Good Girl’s Guide to Great Sex is just the book women have been looking for to teach them about their bodies, provide ideas to improve libido and offer detailed instructions for sexy stimulation, heightened arousal and orgasmic bliss! After reading this book, her new discoveries will have her filled […]

Read More


Scouting Life | Dinner at 310 Park South–Winter Park, FL

Last Saturday night a girlfriend had to cancel our girl’s night out because her babysitter bailed. Fortunately, my husband’s football team had a bye week so I didn’t have babysitter problems. Being that this would be one of the few times I would get out of the house alone over the next few months—I’m a […]

Read More


My Mom Spanked My Butt and I Turned Out Okay

Every since the Adrian Peterson images surfaced last week, I’ve seen too many conversations where people have justified spanking a 4-year old in this manner. The common rationalization is my mom [parent/caregiver] spanked me and I turned out alright. Some people even asserted that they’ve been spanked far worse than Peterson spanked his son and […]

Read More


Janay Palmer | The Unlikely Domestic Violence Poster Girl

 He didn’t mean it. It wasn’t that bad. He’s great with the kids. I love him. There are so many things that could be going through Janay Palmer’s mind. Just like we weren’t in the elevator that night we are not in her home or her mind. A situation that she and her husband Ray […]

Read More