The Writing Quarter hosts a free monthly short story competition. This is a monthly competition with a deadline on the last day of the month.
This journey began with a dream. Growing up as a kid in a home where certain dreams were far from my reach, too rich to seem possible, all I did was dream. Being entrenched in a certain train of thoughts that limited the evolution of my foresight, all I had was my dreams.
Happy Sunday and welcome to my blog! Usually, I am faced with a lot of questions from both budding and established bloggers about the tools and resources I use for blogging or the tools they can use for blogging. I always answer them listing these apps and websites that they later find very effective. I’ve […]
With The Fire On High” is not a plot-driven book but a character-driven book. It is a stunning choice. The writing style is another stunning thing about the book. From an author who has her background from poetry and book already written in verse, you will expect nothing but an amazing weaving of words that flow into each other and blend beautifully.
What’s bulging when you look at the gravestone of a deceased loved one? Is it the date of birth? Or the date of death? The date of birth, evidently, marked the start of an exciting journey (or not) for the deceased, and the date of death, just the culmination. So what is actually sticking out or calling for attention isn’t the date of birth nor the date of death but the dash (—). The dash is a summary of the life this person lived.
Just finished reading “October Rush” from the book, “Tales From Different Tails” by Nana Awere Damoah and I must say, it is a very intriguing read!
Yes, you read right! I am out of the closet and I wouldn’t say I regret coming out, ever! Do you know the best thing about coming out? I bet you don’t know so much than I do right now and I will tell you what…
Everyone should be able to be who they want to be, speak their mind and pursue their purpose in life. Yet many women from all over the world are still denied this freedom and we stand with them.
We stand to inspire them to tell their story. To admire their strength. To make sure that they are not alone in this. To show the world that we seek to change. To strive for equality.
International Women’s Day 2018 gives us the perfect opportunity to stand together through the power of storytelling.
“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” – Thomas A. Edison Whatever it is that you make up your mind to do…whatever career path you decide to take…whatever your talent is, never give up on your quest to taking it to […]
Sigh. Doesn’t that phrase give you some kind of chill in the core of your soul? Like some sort of cold water has been flushed down your veins. It is unsettling. I don’t know about you but it does give me the chill.