I am an author and I am trying to get the word out about my material which is not an easy task. Sometimes you have to put yourself out there to catch that big break you’ve been waiting on. I’m winning when I’m losing because I’m determined. My passion is writing and even when people shoot me down I keep pushing. I know one day my books will get out there, I just know it!! Please follow me on Amazon to see my latest book releases.
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It’s a cold world out there, people are no longer looking out for others only themselves. What happened to sharing, shucks what happened to caring. People robbing folks, killing folks, and going home afterwards falling asleep like they committed no crime. My grandfather always said “a person that can kill a man and fall asleep soundly was a dangerous man.” I don’t bother to turn on the news it’s too depressing. I remember growing up I always wanted to be a broadcaster, I even got my Associates in Journalism but I never followed through with it as a career because I felt that reporters had no sympathy. Anyway they could get a story they would get it, even it meant knocking on your door at wee hours of the morning or following you everywhere you go. With so much going on in the world, you feel like you’re in prison afraid to leave the house because you may not make it back. Where are we safe? In the church? that proved to not be the case with Dylan Roof who killed those innocent victims in Charleston, maybe a restaurant? not the case in that Luby’s shooting that took place in 1991 in Killeen Texas, how about the school? no not with helpless children losing their lives in the Columbine Shooting that took place in 1999. You can’t even go to a movies…. Home invasions are on the rise! This is a cold world where are we safe??
I’m a small town girl with big city dreams, if someone would have told me five years ago that today I would be an author I would have said “you’re right.” Growing up I had the confidence in myself that one day I would write a book that would showcase the talent I was blessed with. It’s such an amazing feeling to share my gift with the world; I’m no Agatha Christie or Stephen King but one day my name will be mentioned with some of these great authors just wait and see. So happy with the positive feedback that I am receiving on my latest book “She Knew Too Much.” I am just getting started, and my dreams won’t take no for an answer.
Falling out of love is very emotional, if you once loved. When you’re in love everyday is joyous but when you’ve fallen out of love everyday is full of heartaches. You were inseparable in the beginning thinking it would last and overtime you realized this was not the relationship you wanted. You’re miserable day in and day out, you cry yourself to sleep dreading another day with an individual you no longer love. Conversations no longer exist , touches are cold, and kisses are few and far between. You no longer care what happens to the one you once loved. Why endure more heartaches and pain? Now is the time to walk away.
I can remember sitting in English class and my seventh grade teacher Dr. Crowell would give us writing assignments. I would sit there half of the period twiddling my thumbs because I didn’t know what to write about. One day as he was walking around the class he came and stood by my desk and said “writing is easy if you apply yourself, but the first thing you must do is brainstorm.” He then went to the board and start drawing these little circles that he would write words in and draw a line connecting to another circle. “This will help you become a great writer,” he said. That one lesson stuck with me and has helped me to channel my thoughts on paper before I even start writing a book. Dr. Crowell left this world sometime ago, but his teachings were instilled in me. I’m proud to say through brainstorming I was able to release “She Knew Too Much” on Amazon and it’s my second paperback release. To view my books click on the link below.
Have you ever been around someone that complains day in and day out, complaining so much you just want to tell them to shut up!! My skin just crawls when they walk in the room talking loud so everyone can hear them and wanting to be the center of attention. They don’t know how to do anything on their own. What should I warm my food on? What outfit looks best on me? Did I take a headache pill because my head still hurts? I should be asking that question because my head hurts listening to you complain and whine all day. Complaining, whining, grown people that will never grow up because we put up with their antics, by sitting back and not correcting the situation we are not helping them but harming them. It’s so sad what we put ourselves through just so we don’t hurt someone else by telling the truth.
I’m a sinner saved by grace, just in the nick of time before I would have bust hell wide open. I was not living right at all, and should have been dead along time ago. The older folks would constantly say “Y’all gon’ bust hell wide open,” like they were living clean lives, they were the main ones steering children wrong, clubbing on Saturday and churching on Sunday like they were lined up with God Almighty himself. I know I was doing wrong and didn’t need a person who was worse off than me preaching scripture they never followed themselves. I don’t know what made me so special that God spared me but I can say his grace and mercy gave me chance after chance to get it right. It bothers me to see so called Christians that look down on everyone like they don’t have a past, let them tell it they have never committed a sin so therefore they are going straight to heaven when they die. Those are the ones that don’t speak to you outside of the church walls or acknowledge you within the church walls, but are quick to say Amen when the preacher says something to their liking. Get the heck out of here with that foolishness, you hate me but you love Christ, is that it? You don’t have to love man just the creator, is that it? We are all sinners saved by grace! Deitrick Haddon collaborates with Big Boi from Outkast on a song “We’re just sinners saved by grace,” that song dissects how I feel about people that are holier than thou at their convenience, convenient on Sunday, Bible Study, and Prayer Meeting or when they feel the need to tear down someone who don’t attend church as much as they do. We fall down but we get back up and that is what’s most important, getting back up and not staying down. Stop with the theatrics only Jesus is perfect; you weren’t hung on the cross for our sins, he was!! This is why some people won’t attend the church because they feel worse after attending, sometimes you get more love in the streets from Sinners than Christians. Until they understand that we were all born in sin then maybe the picture will be clearer. I am thankful for God’s grace and mercy and how he forgives and doesn’t bring it up in your face every time you do wrong. I have overcome a lot of the critics because my life is in God’s hand and not in man’s, hypocrites are ruthless they will dispose of you and throw you away to the wolves to be devoured, but God is just and forgiving. The great thing about God is that once you repent he throws our sins away in the sea of forgetfulness.
To listen to the song click on the link below.