July 2021

Celebrating Diverse Creators This month's shoutout goes to FIYAH Literary Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction. Their current submission theme: LOVE, DEATH & ANDROIDS is about to close July 31st, so get in quick! I'm excited for their next edition featuring a collection of short stories from Black Authors on the theme above. Keep an eye... Continue Reading →

June 2021

Uplifting Diverse Writers As you probably know, the kids and I thoroughly enjoyed The Dragon Warrior when we read it recently, I couldn't go past giving author Katie Zhao a shoutout this month since we've started yet another of her novels and her brilliant writing needs to be shared. Katie Zhao is the author of... Continue Reading →

May 2021

Uplifting Diverse Writers A quick shout out to brilliant science fiction writer S.Z. Attwell, whose debut novel Aestus has been positively compared to the first of my favourite sci-fi universe, Dune. "Aestus (Latin for heat/agitation) is an adult dystopian science-fiction series set centuries after climate change has ravaged much of Earth. An epic story of vengeance, power,... Continue Reading →

April 2021

Supporting Black Writers First off, I'd like to give a shout out to Lornett Vestal and team over at the Evolving Man Project where, among other topics and musings, "each week [they] highlight an individual that embodies what it means to be an evolved person, famous and non-famous individuals alike. [Stating that] the world needs... Continue Reading →

Life cycle of a book

Each printed marking felt warm on my leaves. Though the binding hurt a little, it was finished soon after and I was in darkness.Rumbling, stop, start, up and down, until the light came again and I saw many others like me.Many, many others.Light and dark cycled, until a creature held me.The creature opened me, our souls linking all through the wondrous moments it spent with me and my... Continue Reading →

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