Take a seat with a cup of tea and enjoy the inside scoop. Chapter 2: "There, the mountains will give us cover," Kalera said. The winds were kind on their descend so there was no need for a shield, which overjoyed her. Unmasking allowed her to feel the wind on her face as a human … Continue reading A Look Inside the Dawn Series: Chapter 2
Dawnies, Some time has passed since my last blog post. Life has been happening to me but I can't dwell on it. I'm still here and would like to continue sharing an inside look at book three. Book three has a working title called, A Psalm of Dawns and Dragons. Beginning this weekend, I will … Continue reading A Look Inside The Dawn Series: Chapter 1
Dawnies, Welcome to a look inside of The Dawn Series Book Three. Check out the premise and beyond. Answer the following: What do you think of the premise? For those who have read books one and two, how do you feel about this short look inside? Happy reading. Look Inside: Premise Statement: A queen must … Continue reading A Look Inside: The Dawn Series: Book Three
To everyone struggling due to Hurricane Zeta, my thoughts are with you. Fall brings the harvest. The harvest brings pumpkins and my favorite, All Hallows Eve (AKA Halloween). What would the last Friday/Funday of October be without a dedication to the old eve? As most of you know, according to History.com, the All Saints' Day celebration was … Continue reading Friday/Funday: All Hallows Eve
Good evening Dawnies, I hope everyone had a restful weekend. This past weekend I celebrated my 21st wedding anniversary. To celebrate 21 years is a miracle by today's standards. The celebration got me to thinking about many things, specifically FCS. The F in FCS is for focus. I"ll admit, depending on your thought process, focusing … Continue reading Microfocus
I wrote this poem a couple of months ago. Digging through my poetry, I found it and read over it again last night and thought this would be a perfect throwback for today.
This poem also leads to a discussion. I would like to have this discussion with those of you following me and anyone who happens upon this throwback post.
I am considering a new series based on this poem. I have not done any research into the market just yet, but I want to get your take on the poem itself first; then I would like you to answer the following questions:
Do you think this subject would be too divisive with the current racial tensions in America/the world?
If written with tack division/unity, do you think a well develop story could be told regardless of our current climate?
I hope you enjoy the poem. Don’t forget to comment.
You brought us, stole us, chained us, but silent we remained.
You beat us, mutilated us, and strung us high.
You did not take into account the deep dark sky.
That would one day open and from it a glorious sight.
Beast once stolen, betrayed, and enraged ascending to stand with humans who suffer the same plight.
With their gigantuous wings, they lower so that we may rise and suffer no more.
Their charge was long and their justice swift.
Bringing an end to terror, they once again lift us from the ashes no longer a faint drift.
Glorious is the night the dragons came.
Giving us a glimmer of hope and faith again.
Never again will they stand idly by allowing the atrocities that were nigh.
A dragon night.
A dragon night.
A bond gained.
Now humans with skin as onyx will reign.
I do not own the rights to this image. Welcome to another episode of motivation. I hope everyone had a restful, safe, healthy weekend. In the interest of transparency, this past weekend was quite difficult for me. Yesterday marked a dreadful weekend anniversary. Yesterday was the anniversary of my mother's death. I always hold out … Continue reading A Long Walk to Water
I do not own the rights to this image. Authors are readers. They must be, right? Of course. I'm sure I am not the only author of this philosophy. Creative minds must-read creatives. Besides reading is fundamental anyway. It has been said that reading is brainpower (food for the brain). In my opinion, delicous food … Continue reading Creative Minds: Supporting Creatives
I do not own the rights to this image. Dawnies, I hope everyone had a healthy, safe, restful weekend. For anyone who was affected by Hurricane Delta, you are in my thoughts. Mondays are typically hard days for most of us so motivation is important to me. Motivation is not only important because it is … Continue reading Big Mistake
I do not own the rights to this image. This week is biweekly blogging week. During these weeks you get to hear from me on Tuesdays. How perfect is it that this week is mental health awareness week? Last week I had three crappy days. I mean I felt like crap mentally. My depression was … Continue reading No Place but Up