The Bittersweet Dream of Dr. King

  It's Martin Luther King Day. Cities around the nation will have annual parades and celebratory gestures in honor of the man, who had a specific dream. However, this M.L.K day feels quite different from the previous ones. Here's why, President Obama, our first black president gave a farewell speech last Tuesday. It was a [...]

Dear Someone, Dear No one

Dear Someone, who cried out when Kaepernick didn't stand for the anthem but remain mute about the 13 black people unjustly  killed by police since his protest Dear No one, who believe that an armed trained individual has a right to fear for their life, but a black unarmed man, who has his hands up and [...]

Christian Writer: How Real is Too Real?

Christian Writer: How Real is Too Real?

I’m often torn with how “real” to be, when it comes to writing. I’m not a cookie cutter Christian and I don't want to pretend to be. Christians make a huge mistake of pretending to be something we are not. We are flawed, we make mistakes and sometimes, our actions do not match what we profess. Don’t [...]

CALLING ALL AUTHORS

CALLING ALL AUTHORS

  I'm creating a post that will showcase fellow authors. Send a brief description of your work including genre with a link to either your website or social media page to ebbyslane@gmail.com to be included in the post.  Don't worry there's no catch, just one author supporting another. : ) Deadline is Sunday April 24. The deadline has been extended to [...]

Preparation DFWCON: The Experience

Preparation DFWCON: The Experience

The hardest part of attending a conference is stepping out of my introvert comfort zone and being in the midst of a crowd of strangers. Yet, there is a rush I cannot describe that accompanies doing something I've never done before. I plan to walk in there with my head held high, which isn’t very high since [...]