Tag: writing

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I’ve Got the Keys: 4 Tips To Thrive in Writing and In Real Life

I’ve been writing for a very long time, actually for as long as I can remember. The funny thing is that in recent years, I began to discover that many of the coveted principles that I use to achieve the goal of writing a book are seamlessly applicable to attaining success in life. Who knew? Last year alone, I wrote over fifteen novels for my ghostwriting clients (not including self-help or business related books, that I also wrote), and while in my mind, fifteen is a very small number, I work with Read more […]

THE END: 3 Ways to Snatch Your Reader’s Wigs at the End of Your Book!

So you’ve reached the end of the story. I’m imagining that you’re tired and possibly fresh out of inspiration. Cues Beyonce…Imagine me kicking my leg up, Tina Turner style and doing my best rendition of Proud Mary but to the sounds of Beyonce of course! Listen, there is nothing that I love more than a juicy ending. If the ending is unexpected, that’s even better. Your readers should put your book down, filled with such a range of emotions that they can hardly catch their breath. Some believe 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 […]

Turn the Page

When was the last time you read an average book? Chances are, you don’t really recall. As a writer, I am always finding new parallels between writing, the characters that I create and real life. In all honesty, living life is a lot like reading a book. Unlike the characters whose destinies have been written and they maintain no power to find their way, we have been awarded with so many more options with which to conquer life. We were meant to conquer life. We were meant to conquer happiness and prosperity Read more […]

I’m Sorry, Did You Say Something?

I’m Sorry, Did You Say Something? Remember sitting in class and the teacher asked a question that you thought you knew the answer to but you refused to raise your hand for fear of being incorrect? I know that I am not alone. I’m not the only one who has ever doubted what I had to say or struggled to find my voice. We all have. Discovering your voice is a meaningful part of human development. It appears that the older we get, the more confidently we speak and lift our voices for what we believe Read more […]

Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself

I am rounding out my thirties and honey chile, I have finally learned to love me. I guess I spent all this time trying to find out exactly who I was. I laugh way too hard and probably a little too much for some people’s liking. I have purple gums. My stomach reveals the burden of two beautiful children. I used to hate my curves but now I embrace them. My nose wrinkles up when I’m excited. I love to play in makeup and my closest friends do too. I have short hair and I make no apologies for it. My Read more […]