Dr. King’s Legacy Is An Example for Writers

In writing, passion is a must. In Write Drunk, Edit Sober, I spoke of this. Today, on Martin Luther King Day, is the perfect time to reflect on why it is so important. Martin Luther King, hereby referred to as MLK, changed the opinion of the United States and stopped the ultimate oppression of black … Read moreDr. King’s Legacy Is An Example for Writers

The Worst Thing To Happen In France Since 1961

There was an event that took place recently in Paris, France that makes we quiver with rage and fills me with nothing but the most intense feelings of misanthropy. Ten French journalists at Charlie Hebdo were brutally slaughtered, seven staff members were critically wounded, and two police officers were shot dead. The reasoning: Jihadist extremists … Read moreThe Worst Thing To Happen In France Since 1961

Facebook Pages Drop In Views

In September 2012, the organic reach of Facebook page content was approximately 26 percent. However, in 2013, that number has dropped to 12.6 (Sept) , 9.5 (Nov) , and 7.5 (Dec) in 2013. Currently, it stands that approximately 4-5% of page content is being seen. What’s the deal here? Facebook introduced a new concept- “Paid … Read moreFacebook Pages Drop In Views

Barnes and Noble- What You Need to Know About Their Expansion

Indie bookstores are downsizing! Here I discuss exactly what that means for authors and potential hardships for readers. The Goliath that is Barnes and Noble is pushing down competitors. A good analogy is like how Walmart is hurting local stores. As a writer and author, you need to be prepared to work harder still even … Read moreBarnes and Noble- What You Need to Know About Their Expansion