Storytellers….REVISITED!

The Wordsmith Writers of Clayton County were happy to have COS Records Recording artist, Swavatar Jack join us on Sunday at Barnes & Noble! It was refreshing to hear a voice regarding a different style of writing…music! Swavatar Jack started rapping at the Continue reading

Storytellers…

When you think of a story, what comes to mind first? Books, right? What about a good movie, a well-written television series? Have you ever wondered what it takes to write lyrics to a song? Songs are stories put to Continue reading

Introduction to The Butterfly Memoirs Series is on Sale for .99 cents!!!! LIMITED TIME ONLY!!!

That’s right! To celebrate the upcoming March 6th release of Lonely Heart (Book 3 of The Butterfly Memoirs), the first book in the series, A Heart Not Easily Broken (Book 1 of The Butterfly Memoirs), has been reduced for a Continue reading

The Butterfly Memoirs- Contest and Book Review!

Did you read Sunday’s blog post????? If you missed it, you missed out on the ‘update’ of whats going on with Brian and Ebony of A Heart Not Easily Broken….AND….you missed the CONTEST!!!! Follow the link to enter and you have Continue reading

5 Prince Publishing New Release – The Elvis Presley I Knew by Robert C. Cantwell

The Elvis Presley I Knew: “I would have been duty-bound if I had recognized Elvis’ alleged drug abuse.” Robert C. Cantwell   Elvis I knew was a superstar, authentic country gentleman and ‘unprejudiced’ that cherished being around those that regarded Continue reading

Farewell to High School Class of 2013!!!

After six years of watching my son go from an excited sixth grader who’s lifetime goal it was to play the music he heard while watching The Lord of the Rings, and learning to play the bass, we have reached Continue reading

Lets Talk About It!: Finding Love After a Broken Heart

How many times can your heart be broken before you give up on love? That is one of the questions  addressed in my  upcoming novel, Jaded- Book two of The Butterfly Memoirs. This novel follows Yasmine Phillips, a bi-racial woman Continue reading