My Writing Assignments Are Going Well

I am a journalist for How They Living Ain’t No Joke, the baby of George and Peytyn Willborn.  Quite exciting. Also, I am editing True Elegance Magazine.  OK, I only did two stories.  Just know that the ones that are grammatically correct and easy to read are mine. I contributed to our church’s history book […]

Make NO Small Moves

This advice was given to me by Zondra Hughes, author of Living The Ebony Life, editor at N’Digo MagaPaper, and my new writing coach.  She shared this with me as I shared my writing goals with her.  Essentially, the main thing I need right now is someone to report my progress to.  I’m always writing, […]

So Much Good Stuff Going On

First, I will be taking Adobe classes through the Workforce Investment Act.  What does that mean?  FREE! Second, I am going to start researching my target market for The Write Design Company tomorrow.  There are un-tapped markets waiting for me. Third, I’m enjoying comedy writing more this session.  I think it is because we have […]

Brainwashed by Tom Burrell

Brainwashed: Challenging the Myth of Black Inferiority is officially my second favorite book.  Tom Burrell is a Marketing Communications expert; therefore, he knows first hand about the power of images and messages.  I am totally mesmerized by what I’ve read so far, and I just got into the first chapter.  I’m loving this book for […]

My Thoughts on Letter from Census Bureau

I got this letter from the Census Bureau telling me that the information I provide will be used to “help each community get its fair share of government funds for highways, schools, health facilities, and many other programs you and your neighbors need.  Without a complete, accurate census, your community may not receive its fair […]

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