Aiding Chicago’s Battle Against Crime in the Inner-City

According to Chicago Police Department crime stats, there’s been a shooting every day in the city of Chicago, IL from February 2015 to December 29th of last year. By the end of 2016, Chicago’s murder rate stood at 750. January 25, President Donald Trump, in an interview with ABC news analyst David Muir, said he is ready to aid […]

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Will Social Media Kill My Writing Career!

Some of you will say I’m not a writer and that may be true, but I’m a damned good storyteller. The stories I have in my head would BLOW your mind! I could blog about them. Maybe I will email or inbox you their outlines. I will soon! First, I’m going to take a look at Twitter to see what Rave Reviews Book Club members are tweeting about!

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Aspiring to the Possibilities

My grandmother, affectionately called Miss Dorothy, lived in a beautiful white frame house on the corner of a shady street. The Memphis Transit bus stopped a few feet from her front door and she knew everybody who got on or off the bus. Consequently, there was a lot of “Good morning!” “Good evening!” and hat […]

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Writing After the Story Has Been Told

Reprinted from Boomacious.com, L. Mims I’ve begun the task of preparing my story for publishing. Quite honestly, I’m a little tired of my characters, and I’m no longer interested in returning to their neighborhood. Now I must begin the job of extricating myself from them! That means editing without any conscious or feelings for those […]

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