So, I've picked back up with writing, novels that is. I've taken a long enough hiatus. I haven't published a novel since 2015-2016, so I am long overdue. Writing took a back seat for a while because I had lost my confidence in how well of a writer I am. Despite people telling me that… Continue reading Finally…
So yesterday was visitation day with Khai’s dad and of course my anxiety levels rose. I’m at the point now to where my disdain for him is dissipating to tolerable. One day it’ll get to a point to where I just don’t give a damn and oh how I am yearning for that day. So… Continue reading Confessions of a Single Mom #14: I’m Bitter
I already know I’m going to catch heat behind this, but I don’t care. I’m only speaking from personal experience so clearly I don’t men all black men. I’m going to preface this article by giving a little back story. This guy I went to school with has been after me for years, roughly 17… Continue reading Why do Black Men feel so entitled?
I was listening to Mahogany Momology podcast and something they mentioned really stuck in my head. One of them said the reason that they don’t let their child run around or pick up stuff or stop paying attention is because Dallas is the 3 largest city for human trafficking (Houston is actually number 3). They… Continue reading Top U. S. Cities for Human Trafficking
I was watching Red Table Talk with Jada Pinkett-Smith, her daughter Willow, and her other Adrienne. They were discussing how Black Women should be the bigger people and bridge the gap between us and White Women. I had a huge problem with that. Why should it be up to use to bridge this gap that… Continue reading Black Women vs….well…Black Women
No shade, but black women are the most diverse group of women on this planet. It’s true. We are the only group of women who come in a wide variety of shades and we have a wide variety of hair textures. But the one thing that bothers me is the misrepresentation of the different shades… Continue reading Apesh*t & Black Panther
I listen to the Minimalist Moms podcast every morning and one thing they talked about that pertains to minimalism is JOMO: the joy of missing out. I have to say that I have a severe case of this because missing out on things does not bother me. When friends cancel, I don't fear that I… Continue reading JOMO
This coming of age story follows Nadia Turner, a girl who goes through life trying to find herself. From losing her mom, losing her virginity, getting an abortion to losing herself, there's so much to take in. This novel was beautifully written and though I can't relate to any of it, I personally know some… Continue reading The Mothers by Brit Bennett