Added by Ronald Reginald King on May 28, 2012 at 19:11 — No Comments
For the last decade the Wedding has been the “thing”. Marriage has become a byproduct of the pomp and circumstances of outlandish vow trading ceremonies. We all know about the Kim K. /K. Humphries televised event. Recently a newsmagazine did a story about an 800 pound bride who was getting the final fitting for her wedding dress. And there was the story about the couples in China who got married underwater in a marine museum.
Added by Ivan Page on May 25, 2012 at 18:58 — No Comments
Mark Your Calendars.......I'm on the Move......Upcoming Signings.....
May 26, 2012
AUTHORS NANETTE BUCHANAN AND DRICA ARMSTRONG
5 WASHINGTON STREET
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY
1:00PM UNTIL 5:00PM
June 23, 2012
Philly Urban Book Festival
Author Nanette Buchanan
5620 Wyalusing Avenue
July 11, 2012
BDX-Langston Hughes Literary Forum & Book…Continue
Added by Nanette Buchanan on May 22, 2012 at 19:08 — No Comments
Added by Dominique on May 18, 2012 at 4:38 — No Comments
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Added by Spirit Alive Network on May 15, 2012 at 9:52 — No Comments
Mother to Mother
From the time of conception, we have evolved into this beautiful being,
If fulfilling no other purpose, for God, to nurture and birth another.
For nine months transforming, preparing, and understanding,
The blessing conceived in a moment, a miracle, will become a lifetime of love
Anticipating, the what ifs, the how and why of it all, the pain
We are willing to endure, for the angel, has promised we are blessed
We learn, we grow, we…Continue
Added by Nanette Buchanan on May 13, 2012 at 13:41 — No Comments
Brothers and Sisters:
I know we are all writers. But even among the most talented of us there is always a "renaissance man" (or woman) whose talents transcend even the most worthy. I am one such person.
I have worked as the editor of two major black newspapers, The Milwaukee Courier and the Omaha Crusader. I have won two national essay contests, one in 1979 (Urban League/Liggett) and one in 1986 (National Council for Black Studies). I have more than 2,300 newspaper articles in…Continue
Added by Matthew C. Stelly on May 11, 2012 at 9:07 — No Comments
One last chapter to go. The latest chapter under the belt was a test in writing, but it's moments like this that can be exciting and frustrating as a writer when putting your ideas together. Most of what I wanted to show was presented in someway as to how it was outlined or scripted.
There were a total of three confrontations between the antagonist and the protagonists within this one chapter, and where that sounds like a lot, it really wasn't. A good deal of how I wanted it to flow…Continue
Added by Justin Thomas on May 10, 2012 at 17:17 — No Comments
<i> Human Trial, the saga of the Turner family, captures the spirit of America </i>
The Human Trial Trilogy is a bold scifi journey that breaks with traditional elements of the genre to focus on human dynamics. It asks the reader to consider the idea that perhaps the biggest threat to mankind, is MAN.
The story focuses on the pressures faced by a small group of survivors forced to cooperate after aliens alter…Continue
Added by Timothy N Stelly Sr on May 10, 2012 at 6:41 — No Comments
Otha people's newz has gotten in the way these past few days. Haven't been able to jump into the final chapters of this latest project. But, this morning, just before leavin' the apartment, dived into a paragraph or two. And today, I had to go in a li'l early to work on otha people's newz. But, after settling down, and the day calmed, inspiration fought back. And it hit hard. Couldn't stop it. Good thing the work flow was on pause at the time.
(read the rest…Continue
Added by Justin Thomas on May 2, 2012 at 19:13 — No Comments