Sex Ain’t Love What: Black Carpet Screening When: 11/22/14 11:30 p.m Where: Landmark Midtown Art Cinema 931 Monroe Drive Atlanta Ga 30308 Sex Ain’t Love is a coming of age comedy that follows the exploits of Zeke a local poet, as he finds his way through love and life. Come along with playboy Zeke and
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Exactly 11 years ago at this very moment you came into the world quiet and observant. The moment I saw your face, my heart became even more full—showing me that the capacity to love expands as special people enter into your life. “…and she loved a little boy very, very much—even more than she loved
Today is National Dear Diary Day. As long as I can remember, I’ve chronicled my life—the good, the bad and the ugly. And, if your life is anything like mine, at times, things got so ugly the Elephant Man could have been Mr. Universe. I purchased my very first diary from one of those
As an avid reader and writer as well as a fan of sketch comedy, enjoyed this clip with Jimmy Kimmel and Oprah Winfrey. The way conversations go at book club meetings, I often wonder if fights will break out. Enjoy!
My very first memory of my father is a trip to McDonald’s and then a walk on Bluff Lake, a 900-acre lake that is part of one the the US Government’s wildlife refuges. When I went home earlier this summer, I took my dad and my two boys there. It made my dad happy to
Good morning. I’m in a pretty good mood. Today is opening night for the 8th Annual Sensory Overload Art Show, and I have a piece on display at City Arts Factory. This is my first art show in more than 20 years. The 8th Annual Sensory Overload Art Show is a multi-media art show featuring
I was honored and slightly petrified when Shonell Bacon, my favorite editor and awesome-writer-friend, asked me to participate in the My Writing Process Blog Tour. She challenges me each month over at www.snaps100words.com so I acquiesced and accepted this challenge, too. So, here goes… What are you working on? Before I retreat into the Data
It’s that time of the month again. My 1000-word short Beauty Queen is now live over at Snaps1000Words.com. I had originally intended to write a sweet love short for June. However, when Dr. Maya Angelou, one of the most precious literary voices of our time, passed, our editor challenged us to write something inspired by
I’m finally taking my own advice and re-releasing my first book, The Church House. Because the book was initially intended to be a part of a series, I changed the name to First Family Secrets. Right now I’m looking for test readers, twenty of them as a matter of fact. If you complete the form,
It is that time of the month again. And, I decided to write about love and longing from a man’s perspective. You know, how a woman can drive a man CRAZY. Yeah, I wrote that in all caps. Alright, here’s part of it but you’ve gotta go on over the Snaps1000Words to read the rest.
Last month I told you about my joining the team over at Snaps1000Words.com, a website dedicated to creating 1000-word short stories based on pictures the contributors see or take. Well, a while ago I visited an elderly man. His house was filled with beautiful trinkets, antiques and conversation starting knickknacks. One piece that caught my
Since I’ve been a mom, I’ve thought more about how I participate in the world. Thinking about my participation with others have made me more aware of how my actions impact my family. I had to come up with ways to be helpful to my children’s success instead of enabling them to fail. To me,