This short story (page 25) was written from a prompt (Someone left a note on your car windshield)for the 2017 February issue of The Florida Writer Magazine.
This story came to me during a conversation with a young man in Haiti who told me he wanted to come to America at any cost. I tried to dissuade him from getting on a boat, so I thought if he came anyway, why not make his journey significant.
This story is very personal. Belle and Liz represent babies all over the world. Children are our future. We need to love them, nurture them and invest in them.
I wrote this story about my mom on her 90th birthday. It’s published in Crone Magazine Issue #7, the Mothers & Daughters Theme issue. You can buy a copy at the link below. This issue is full of insightful stories that will resonate with anybody who has/had a mother. Oh my! That’s everybody…
I wrote this story after we successfully executed our first “official” family reunion. It was published in Reunions Magazine on page 22 in its 2014 Spring Issue.
A story about discovery, faith and giving, published by The Weekly Challenger.
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world
This story, published by The Tampa Bay Times Newspaper, chronicles the ascent of four Black girls to success. Parental support is an important key to academic accomplishments.
Grief is a strong emotion. I experienced it when my “host” son drowned three years ago. Writing the story was cathartic. It brought me solace and allowed me to share fond memories with the reader. Published by The Weekly Challenger Newspaper.
A story about finding the inner strength to start over. First published by Midlife Collage as a first place winner and The Weekly Challenger Newspaper.
I wrote this story in 2013 after “accidentally” discovering the steps in Coteaux Haiti. A wonder…Published by The Piker Press.