Re-program Your Mind for GOOD! (Part 4)

(To start from the beginning read Part One) There’s a saying: “Whatever the mind can conceive, it can achieve.” If you can think up an idea, you also have the capacity to achieve it. I’m in the process of re-creating my life how I choose it to be, and there’s nothing stopping you from doing the … Continue reading Re-program Your Mind for GOOD! (Part 4)

Watch the Interview with King Kevin and TC Carrier on BlackiceTV7!

On Monday, Mr Terry Riggs of BlackIceTV7 interviewed the two authors coming from the USA to join me on the Kings & Queens Book Tour - they went in DEEP!!!  They covered such topics as Sexually Transmitted Demons, Childhood Sexual Abuse, Predatory Men, the Sacredness of the Womb and the Vulnerability of Womben, how Children Create a Lifetime … Continue reading Watch the Interview with King Kevin and TC Carrier on BlackiceTV7!

Join me to Discuss ‘Journey of a Sister’ @ Hackney Central Library on Wed 6th Sept – Download the e-book FREE!

Join me at Hackney Central Library, 1 Reading Lane E8 (opposite Hackney Empire) on Wednesday 6th September from 5.30-7.30pm, to discuss the topics raised in my Self-help novel 'Journey of a Sister' Reserve your FREE ticket below: (You can also reserve your signed copy of the paperback for just £5 (HALF PRICE) and collect it on … Continue reading Join me to Discuss ‘Journey of a Sister’ @ Hackney Central Library on Wed 6th Sept – Download the e-book FREE!

Review: African American Research Library Book Festival

I just got back from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where I took part in the African American Research Library & Cultural Centre's Annual Book Festival, courtesy of King Kevin Dorival! The building itself was amazing; the equivalent of The Marcus Garvey Library, The Black Cultural Archives, and the Bernie Grant Arts Centre all under one roof! … Continue reading Review: African American Research Library Book Festival

FREE Downloads this Weekend!

From Friday 26th to Monday 29th May, you can download Years 1 to 11 of my Self-help novel 'Journey of a Sister' FREE!  Here I am reading a short extract: If like me you were indoctrinated into a religion, you'll definitely be able to relate to Year One, whether your'e a woman or man! The … Continue reading FREE Downloads this Weekend!

“I Need a MAN!” has gone VIRAL!

My poem “I Need a MAN!” has gone viral!  It’s been on my YouTube channel for over 2 years, but it wasn’t until my friend Gary downloaded it from YouTube and converted it into a regular video, that it has suddenly gone viral!  it’s been shared extensively, you may have seen it in a Whatsapp group, … Continue reading “I Need a MAN!” has gone VIRAL!

Today is Black Woman Heal Day!

Today is officially Black Woman Heal Day, founded by Lilada Gee in 2015.  The aim is to organise events, write blogs, and create forums where sisters can get information, share stories, and empower each other. I would have liked to organise an event this year, but I'm attending the Woman to Woman Conference today, so … Continue reading Today is Black Woman Heal Day!

The Books Have Finally Arrived! BOGOF!

After a 4 week delay, the paperbacks of my Self-help novel 'Journey of a Sister' have finally arrived! They're now unpacked and ready to get to YOU!  The printers sent me 100 extra copies for the delay, so I've decided to pass it forward! Kwanzaa Offer: Get two books for the price of one! Kwanzaa is … Continue reading The Books Have Finally Arrived! BOGOF!

FREE DOWNLOAD: How to Get the Ring On Your Finger & December Events!

Download  my Self-help book 'How to Get the Ring On Your Finger' (with contributions from over 30 brothers) from Amazon!TODAY (Sunday) and TOMORROW FREE! Today I'm doing a Presentation at the Launch of Kings & Queens United on 'Re-creating Our Bond', based on 'How to Get the Ring On Your Finger': I’ll also be performing my poem … Continue reading FREE DOWNLOAD: How to Get the Ring On Your Finger & December Events!

Leaving a Legacy & December Events!

Last week was an event-full week! On Saturday I attended the Legacy Gala where we championed people within our community who were making a positive impact and leaving a legacy (maybe I’ll be included next year!)  An old friend of mine, Marlon ‘Kush’ Palmer received an award for his contributions to showcasing Black films over … Continue reading Leaving a Legacy & December Events!