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Visual For Beauty in the Bayou
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Visual For Beauty in the Bayou

I’m excited to share my new creation with you, my first short “film”! Here is my visual that I created for The Book of Corinthian Chapter One: Beauty in the Bayou! There is some spoken word and a preview of my new song. I’ve uploaded it to my YouTube channel! Check it out and leave a comment. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe! Click here!
Virtual Book Tour
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Virtual Book Tour

Last week concluded The Book of Corinthian’s virtual book tour and I must say that it was a success! It’s bittersweet that it has come to an end but definitely more sweet than bitter. I’m grateful that my new bestselling book has received more exposure and for the beautiful connections that I’ve made this month. While the first virtual tour has come to an end, the physical tour is being planned for this fall as I type. Here is a recap of the virtual tour along with links to check out the interviews! If your browser does not show the links in color simply click on the word “here” for each interview. Interview #1 was with Pretty Women Hustle Magazine. Check it out here! Interview #2 was with Hardy Publications based out of Las Vegas Nevada. Check it out here! Interview #3 was on a...
Freedom is a Mindset
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Freedom is a Mindset

This past weekend Juneteenth was celebrated. Reason being, African Americans were not free in 1776 when America gained its independence. The same can be said about Juneteenth for my ancestors as well. My grandmother was born in the 1920's and she was still living on a plantation farm with her parent's former slave master's. I learned of this back in 2017 when I was writing my book The Book of Corinthian Chapter One: Beauty in the Bayou. This baffled me. I had a ton of questions. When did slaves in that part of Louisiana learn of their freedom? Why would they still live on a plantation if they were free? Come to find out, my great grandparents were told that they were free at some point later, I'm not sure of the exact date, but they still chose to stay where they were comfortable and work ...