Okay… some days it seems that my whole life is a struggle and I think I have finally found the answer. I am going to monetize my anxiety. Let me take a moment to explain something. There are four things that people get mixed up occasionally. Those things are shyness, introversion, social awkwardness, and anxiety/social… Continue reading Monetizing My Anxiety
From the author of Sweet Turtleberry Jam comes five new stories; five chance encounters that could lead to love or heartbreak. Maliyah, an orphaned Catholic school girl, falls for Marq and is ready to break all the rules. Destiny meets Gary on a plane to Vegas. That chance encounter, and a premonition, changes her… Continue reading Sweet Turtleberry Jam – Volume Two
Okay y’all. I have been trying to focus on any number of things but my mind is mush. What’s a girl to do when life gets too much and the words aren’t flowing on the page? Pick up a book of course! So I decided to dive in to The Follow by Eliza David. I… Continue reading Have you read #TheFollow by Eliza David yet?
I am super excited about this book you guys!!!! “Where I come from, cops aren’t super heroes.” Photojournalist and wedding photographer, Ava Marie Greene, doesn’t ever want to fall in love and not in the I-just-haven’t-met-right-man kinda way either. Ava is a hopeless romantic, but too much hurt and disappointment has her hiding behind… Continue reading COVER REVEAL!!! The Truth of Things by Tasha L. Harrison
I am doing this challenge called #365Creativity. #365Creativity Click the picture to read more about it. I have decided to record my progress in an art journal. This journal will allow me to paint, draw, scrapbook, or write… whatever suits my fancy. I have to break it down into 4 separate books (one per quarte/season)… Continue reading Starting on #365Creativity – Journal Making
Do you daydream? Do you sit and think about a life different from the one you are living now? Daydreaming can be a wonderful thing. I sit and I think about where I am and where I want to be. I imagine owning my own space. I am not sure what to call it but… Continue reading Do you daydream?
As many Saturdays as I can manage are spent at the Edmondson Village Farmers Market. Wonderful people here. Fresh produce. Vegan snacks. Art. Jamaican food. Crab cakes. Jewelry. African Clothing. Wood art. Kale salads. Fresh Eggs. Plus more. I have my hand made journals, sketchbooks, fiction, and photography. I sit and sew books while chatting with… Continue reading Saturdays at the Farmer’s Market