Unfortunately 2 weeks ago Friday was not a reflection of my intelligence. I did not know my limit and did not know when to say stop. I am 31 years old and for the first time I got wasted to the point of no return. Essentially I transformed from a sophisticated professional to a HOT MESS. I have little recognition of the night. I do remember the pleasant experience of throwing up in the parking lot and being assisted home.
Can you imagine me and my amazon self (5 ft "11) swaying to… Continue
Added by Lifeofasingleblackwoman on December 30, 2009 at 11:41 —
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Added by Lisa Marie Barton on December 29, 2009 at 1:27 —
1. Does not learn the business.Writing is a tough business and there are plenty of contenders out there who are willing to go the extra mile and study this field. You don't have to be an einstein or even a great literary scholar, However,You must learn the basic aspects of this business and the options available to you.
2. Does not have Faith in his or herself.A writer who does not believe in himself can never sell a story to someone else. You must believe in what you write. You must… Continue
Added by Regina Smith-White on December 27, 2009 at 15:32 —
I added a video here that I hope inspired you to activating and enhancing your latent energy. I have added a demonstration page to my website to show you other objects and the use of Qi Energy. I am working on an instruction manual as well but am a bit hesitant to put it on the market. Please have a look and sign my guest book (give admin something to do and report) at :
Added by Keturah Wasler on December 27, 2009 at 9:31 —
As I am sure you know, Kwanzaa helps us to build our self-esteem and confidence through connecting with our African traditional values.
Click here to read my article about Kwanzaa
. You can get lots of gifts including books about Black history, Kwanzaa and more there too.
Today is the first day of Kwanzaa. I now have details of lots of Kwanzaas in… Continue
Added by Zhana on December 26, 2009 at 9:30 —
Added by Author Gerald P. Simmons Jr. on December 24, 2009 at 23:43 —
My mother was a black bohemian. She believed in the power of books.
She read to my brother, sister and I before we had the patience to sit still.
....and when I finally sat still, it ignited a brightly burning flame within me.
It was like unwrapping one of the biggest Christmas
presents under the tree.
...like tasting, for the first time, your first piece of candy.
Images protruding from my wondrous imagination bounced about my soft mind.
I didn't know I… Continue
Added by Angel Sloss on December 24, 2009 at 0:00 —
I have updated my website with a video and an guest book so that i can receive your comments. i look forward to hearing from you
Added by Keturah Wasler on December 21, 2009 at 23:13 —
Added by Zhana on December 21, 2009 at 8:00 —
What criterion do you have to judge to buy an essay
online? … It is very common that every time you search for an essay writing service to buy essay
, you get thousands of sites in the search engine result. This huge list of sites makes it really complicated for you to pick one out of thousands services available claiming to be the best in… Continue
Added by Maria Pittman on December 21, 2009 at 0:37 —
As exhaustion takes over and responsibilities continue to pile on. My abilities to keep juggling the balls of life become more and more difficult. I have a friend who through university we were relatively inseparable. Each holiday and birthday we would be side by side. Often because my mother was away spending her vacations with my grandmother who had Alzheimer’s as a result I was left alone for much of the holiday season. Her family took me in and it was with them that I spent my Christmases,… Continue
Added by Lifeofasingleblackwoman on December 20, 2009 at 23:50 —
Gerald P. Simmons Jr. was born in Vicenza, Italy and raised mostly in Lawton, Oklahoma. By the age of five Gerald saw more of the world than most people will see all of their lives. These places include Italy, Alabama, Colorado, Germany, and Oklahoma.
Gerald left Italy at the age of 4 months and from there he went to Alabama (where both of his parents are from), Fort Carson Colorado, Augsburg Germany (where he… Continue
Added by Author Gerald P. Simmons Jr. on December 20, 2009 at 14:32 —
If you have a special going on with your book, I am interested! I've seeen a lot of authors giving sales for there book or discounts here or there.
If you are a published author and will be having a special-or some kind of sale in January, I would like to feature you on our magazine next month and help get your book a little more attention.
You must be a published author and have some kind of sale or discount going on with your book in the month of January. I am only… Continue
Added by Dominique on December 15, 2009 at 12:50 —
Hi everybody. I wanted to know what's the besy way to promote a book of poetry. And how I can find poetry reviews.
Added by Fabiola Sully on December 12, 2009 at 1:24 —
If you are holding a Kwanzaa event, please send me the details privately and I will post them on my website.
For the best Black books, music and more, go to African American Holiday Gift Shopping
Click here for a listing of Kwanzaa events
Have a great day!
Added by Zhana on December 9, 2009 at 14:00 —
I am so happy to finally open a letter that said they congrats. The book is about a woman name Tanisha Davis and her life for her hasn't been that great. She is dealing with devastating truth surrounding the event about her father from her. She had to endure the everyday emotional and physical abuse, while her sisters have a loving relationship with their mother. She finally decided to leave Detroit to start a new life in Florida.
Thinking that was the end of her nightmare, she finds… Continue
Added by melissa love on December 6, 2009 at 19:47 —
Did you know the acidity in cranberries works as a mild astringent and toner? Did you know that the Greeks originally considered Savory to be an aphrodisiac? Cranberry and Savory posses antiseptic properties similar to those found in oregano and thyme, and help cleanse the skin of excess oils.
1 tablespoon dried savory leaves
Crushed 1/2 cup boiling water
1/2 cup cranberries
Steep the dried savory in boiling water in a small bowl, for fifteen minutes.… Continue
Added by truziongirl on December 6, 2009 at 0:36 —
this is tiring stuff making music on using PC - playing a piece of music here and there and exploding a track or editting in and freaking it. I play violin and have been in orchestras and man this is way different...my eyes hurt and my i'm feeling like I dont like music right now. but i have added a tid bit of my first instrumental on my website
- let me know what you think....note: i've only been at the pc music making… Continue
Added by Keturah Wasler on December 5, 2009 at 21:00 —
From time to time I like to spotlight the books of Black Authors featured on Black Writers Connect
. Today's spotlight book is 'Health Power 101: the Complete Guide to Patient Empowerment
' by Dr. Jeff Brown. Today more than ever Americans can not afford to be unaware when it comes to their health,… Continue
Added by LaShanda Henry on December 4, 2009 at 14:48 —
ACCURATELY SEEING THE WHITE RACE AS THEY TRULLY ARE.
The collective White psyche is rarely, if ever examined in particular regarding their predisposition for racism and greed of power. From their positions of power, they examine and label all other races as they see fit, but rarely, if ever do they evaluate themselves or are evaluated by others. The fact is that within the collective white psyche there is a profoundly entrenched predisposition for racism that is matched only by their… Continue
Added by Thanubian on December 3, 2009 at 1:41 —