Let's face it: most people could use a little more joy in their lives. Whether we're dealing with positive or negative stress, it all builds up, and if we can't find ways to let out steam in healthy ways, even the best of us will crash. That's why I decided to hype The Joy Junkie … Continue reading Get your joy on. #trypod
This book's cover drew me in immediately. I mean, look at it, it's incredible. All the art in the book is done in this same style by artist Miriam Klein Stahl using paper, pencil, and an X-Acto knife. How cool is that? This style carries you through the whole book, and lends a cool vibe … Continue reading Don’t you ever say women don’t rock! [Book Review]
I came across this book by accident, and only stopped on the cover because of the author name. Marcia Clark? As in the O.J. Simpson trial prosecutor, Marcia Clark?? She writes fiction?! ...Yeah, okay, so maybe I should have known that, but I didn't. So I had to get this book. I wanted to see … Continue reading A prosecutor takes on a seemingly unwinnable case with a dark secret. [Book Review]
Frank Sinatra, one of the most talented performers of modern times, was born December 12, 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey to Italian immigrants. "Ol' Blue Eyes" was one of those singers that makes you stop and listen, and his acting wasn't half bad, either. He died in Los Angeles, California on May 14, 1998 after … Continue reading Happy birthday, Frank Sinatra.
My interview with Prosperity for Writers author Honoree Corder.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. January 15, 1929 - April 4, 1968 We have no alternative but to protest. For many years we have shown an amazing patience. We have sometimes given our white brothers the feeling that we liked the way we were being treated. But we come here tonight to be saved from … Continue reading The Promised Land: Reflections on MLK