Writers Talking

Writers Talking with Brenda Stanley @myauthorlife

Brenda Stanley is a former television news anchor and investigative reporter for the NBC affiliate in Eastern Idaho.  She has been recognized for her writing by the Scripps Howard Foundation, the Hearst Journalism Awards, The Idaho Press Club and …

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F for Floetry

Floetry was the marriage of poetry and music. Floetry united the lyricism of song with the lyricism of spoken word to create something amazing and inspirational. Floetry introduced spoken word poetry to a wider audience. Natalie Stewart, a slam champion and a founding member of the performance poetry group 3 Plus 1 which was rising …

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Friday Reads

I Just Read Yellow Crocus by Laila Ibrahim

This book is a must read it will give you a deeper more meaningful understanding of slavery beyond that of what you’re taught from a history book. It is one of the only books I have found that tells the story from the perspective of the women both slave and “free”. It’s a very powerful book and I am glad that after my mom finished it she recommended it to me.

Writers Talking

Writers Talking with Karen Ankers @KarenAnkers1

Karen Ankers is a poet, playwright and novelist who lives in Anglesey, North Wales, with her partner, dog, and nine cats.  She has had many jobs, including being a teacher, playgroup worker, cattery assistant and sales assistant.

Black Canvas by Laura Rossi

Black Canvas Laura Rossi Publication date: February 14th 2021 Genres: Adult, Dark Romance, Psychological Thriller, Suspense “I dream of waking up and being someone else—my hair, my eyes, even my voice, completely different—and each time I go to the mirror to check my reflection, to see what I look like, I’m her. Every time. Her. …

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