Authors Share 13 Ways To Rid Writer’s Block…

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Overcoming writer’s block isn’t always easy, but it helps to keep a pen and paper at the ready for when inspiration strikes. Unknown Many complain of experiencing writer’s block. It refers that time when writers attempt to write and nothing comes. Some complain that it last days, weeks, months. Others say it may even last years. The question came up… Continue reading Authors Share 13 Ways To Rid Writer’s Block…

Break The Routine. Take A Sabbatical…

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Tough Nickel Only it seems to me that once in your life before you die you ought to see a country where they don’t talk in English and don’t even want to. ~Thornton Wilder I ordered a coffee and a little something to eat and savored the warmth and dryness. Somewhere in the background Nat King Cole sang a perky… Continue reading Break The Routine. Take A Sabbatical…

Why Writers Write…10 Reasons

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I write because there’s something in me that needs to come out.  I am at peace when I write. Writers write for many different reasons. Some personal, experiential, or environmental. Christine Caldalzo created a pictogram of 10 reasons writers write. Here I share 10: 10 Reasons Writers Write They love to write To express their thoughts To communicate To share experiences… Continue reading Why Writers Write…10 Reasons

The 25 Challenges Of Writing…

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Writing is a joy. Being a first time publisher is exhilarating! But what’s difficult is some parts of the writing journey. In a Public forum authors were asked what was the hardest part of writing. Many eagerly chimed in with top issues such as marketing and editing. Here I share the top 25: The Hardest Part Of Writing Marketing Building… Continue reading The 25 Challenges Of Writing…

Celebrate Achiever, Celebrate in 13 Ways

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The most beautiful things are not associated with money; they are memories and moments. If you don’t celebrate those, they can pass you by. – Alek Wek I love challenges. I set goals, and do everything to accomplish them. Then when I do, I move on to the next goal. As the head of Head of Human Resources for many… Continue reading Celebrate Achiever, Celebrate in 13 Ways

Out There Without Fear: Culture And Dance Anthropology …

Out there without fear Joelle Powe Culture. Dance. Dancehall Music Culture. Dance. Dancehall music. The Study? How does that connect? Curious, I reached out to young 23-year-old filmmaker, Joelle Powe. She shared the intriguing story of her own curiosity that led to her Anthropological Journey through Culture and Dance. A journey of success which exposed her globally to becoming a documentarian. Even before then, she … Continue reading Out There Without Fear: Culture And Dance Anthropology …

Womens History Month Book Event…

Women’s History Month Celebration at the island Space Museum. Guest Speaker Dr. Solanges Vivens CAribbean American Heritage Award (CARAH) Winner for Outstanding Entrepreneurship will be featured. As fellow Author and CARAH Partner, It’s my delight to moderate the event. Dr Viven’s book Girls Can Move Mountain, will be featured. In the area? Plan to attend. Continue reading Womens History Month Book Event…

When Everything Stops…

Life ends when you stop dreaming, hope ends when you stop believing and love ends when you stop caring Unknown When everything stops, or should I say…when everything should stop. More than a decade ago I lost my grandmother-the matriarch of our family. Cancer had returned in her three score and ten years. It didn’t stop her from being who she was…the be-all-and-end-all of our … Continue reading When Everything Stops…

6 Powerful Women In Reggae Speak…

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From Tanzania, Jamaica, and across the United States, 6 powerful women in reggae shared their thoughts on women singing, songwriting and the associated struggles of survival in a predominantly male role. It was a such joy to cohost the event with artistes Marcia Griffiths, Carlene Davis, Jah9, Naomi Cowan, and Etana as we celebrated the occasion of VP Records Miss… Continue reading 6 Powerful Women In Reggae Speak…