National Novel Writer's Month - Winner

November 27, 2015

On November 1st, 2015 I wanted to try writing another novel in 30 days.  Wow!  It was so much fun.  The goal was to finish writing 50,000 words  by November 30th.  The  gift of pressure was so helpful.  I didn't get lost in prefection and the story flowed.  Characters introduced themselves and we were off, running with scissors.  Thirty days later there was a new book.  "My First Case: the Adventures Of An Around the Way Girl." My higher self pulled it all together.  All I had to do  show up and the muse took care of the rest.  

National Novel Writer's Month - Winner

November 20, 2014

On November 1st, 2014 I set out to write a novel in 30 days.  "A Joe for Annie Mae",  I enjoyed the characters so much that I finished the first draft in 20 days.  I had been wanting to tell Annie Mae's story for many years and  with the ancestors help it flowed onto the page.  Look for the novel in print soon.

MoCada Museum in Brooklyn

October 01, 2014

Poetry Reading

Scholarship Fundraiser - Sankofa International Academy

October 01, 2014

Co-hosted event and performed original poetry.  The "village" came out and supported the children of Sankofa and they were treated to an evening of hot Jazz and smoking poetry.

Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture

October 18, 2014

Hosted Annual Dinner and preformed original poetry

Storytelling  at the Sankofa International Academy

September 01, 2014

Performed "The Eagles Who Thought They Were Chickens" story to the sweetest most attentive students that I have ever had the pleasure of addressing.

Barnes & Noble Women of Color Writer's Workshop Showcase

July 01, 2014

Read from "Baltimore City Blues."

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