While preparing to go to sleep I became aware of my personal night time routine. Of course I tend to the kids by making sure they are clean, safe, and prayed for. But, there are things I do without thought like take off my make up, shower, brush my teeth, check to see if the
Category Archives: Writing Journey
Synopsis Angelina Preston tunes out the voice of God when she decides to divorce her husband, Greg. She’s forgiven him for his affair, but she won’t forget, even though her heart is telling her to. Shortly after she files divorce papers, she finds out her non-profit organization is being investigated by the IRS for money
Synopsis Fifteen-year-old Sade Washington has been harboring a secret from her two best friends, Crystal and Dena. Her secret is threatened to be revealed when she discovers she’s pregnant. Once Sade’s secret is out, it causes a wedge between her and her mother Joyce. Distraught at her mother’s reactions, Sade toils with a love/hate relationship
Gloomy weather, much like that we are having in Montgomery, Alabama today, makes me really depressed. This is something I figured out when I lived in Dover, Delaware for about 11 months—it’s a really gray place during the winter but living less than ten miles from the ocean made it kind of worth it during
Dee Stewart, writer and public relations expert, featured an interesting tool on her website earlier. The I Write Like Tool analyzes your writing then compares your work to another author. I used it to analyze the first few paragraphs of a novel I am working on. Needless to say I am flattered by the results.
You hand write a note to your child’s teacher and the salutation is “Dear @msjones” You are fluent in “Twanguage” – Twitter Language: Twamily, Tweople, and the like. You think in 140 characters or less. You dream that your are having an in person conversation with @chrisbrogan, a person you’ve never met, but instead
New York Times Best-Selling Author, Stephen Mansfield’s “The Faith of Barack Obama” is a respectfully written, almost unbiased commentary on the Presidential hopeful’s often misunderstood personal faith. In what some consider a controversially titled book,Mansfieldtakes the reader on a journey through Obama’s cultural, ethnic and religious lineage in an attempt to bring clarity and understanding