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Celebrity Ghostwriter| Book Publisher|Media Maven

6 LIES THAT ARE PREVENTING YOU FROM WRITING THE BOOK OF YOUR DREAMS.

If 200 million Americans want to publish books, then chances are, you are one of them. If you have not yet been coached by me and my publishing company 13th & Joan, then maybe, just maybe, there is something holding you back. When I say something, I mean YOU! It is possible that you are the major factor as to why you haven’t yet written and published the book of your dreams. And while I am equipped to bring all of that to an end and take you from blank page to published author, it’s equally Read more […]

Stop Playing. Write Now!

Your Words Have Power Every new morning is filled with new possibilities. It is my belief that one of those possibilities that we should grab by the horns is writing a book and vowing to tell our stories. We deserve to be heard more now than ever. Inevitably, the world is listening in a way that is at an all time high and that is an added benefit. Gone are the days that a person with a story inside of them had to relentlessly search to find readers. If you have a story and trust me, you do, Read more […]

Love, Sex & Other Taboo Words

Let’s get right down to it. Society would have us to believe that men are the only species known to man who cheat in relationships. If we fully immersed ourselves into the messages that we received, we would be left to believe that we are damsels in distress. We are well informed when watching the classic storyline that includes the faithful wife who is left to fin for herself after her cheating husband comes home and tells her that he is leaving her for another woman. Cue movies like Derailed, Read more […]

The Real Truth About Why I Became A Ghostwriter

I sat there wondering when the next time would be that he would abuse me. It happened so many times that I lost count. All I know is that what he took from me could never be returned. I was now damaged goods. I didn’t care what happened, I wasn’t going to let my family suffer any longer because of him. I was willing to sacrifice myself and my sanity to make sure that they would be ok. I would have done anything to save us from living the impoverished life that we becalmed burdened with. No running Read more […]

Not Safe for Work

When I was in 7th grade, I made mostly D’s and F’s on my report card. I am certain that the teachers referred to me as a troubled child. I could be seen on any given day with my feet up on the desk, popping gum and talking back very disrespectfully to the staff. I attended a school named Howard Bishop. And at the time, the school’s reputation was on the mend from many unfortunate mishaps due to an increase in gang activity and so called turf wars. One could assume that I was just like every Read more […]