Today is the last day of ‘Black His-story Month’, but OUR story is 365 days of the year! This blog series is now a permanent resource you can come back to for in-formation about the his-story of religion, how it was used to enslave us mentally, our true history, and the Truth about the Divine … Continue reading BHM Day 31: Who Am I?
My novel has gone through a transformation! The First Edition was published in 2012 under the title Single, Spiritual…AND Sexual! and ended (quite abruptly) at Year Eleven. It was a brilliant title and cover design (by my Self), but if I had known then what I know now, I would not have put the sub-title! … Continue reading What a Journey!
This is my fourth month in Ghana, and I'm only just getting into the writing flow! I originally came to Ghana to do some research for the sequel to my novel 'Single, Spiritual...AND Sexual!'. It didn't take long for me to realise that the information I was seeking (around sex rituals) wasn't to be found here. … Continue reading New Cover Designs for the Revised Editions of my books!
My Tenth Week in Ghana: On Sunday I travelled 5 hours to the oil city of Takoradi for an interview with Bob Gee on Melody 91.1fm for his show 'The Hall of Fame'; I was surprised at how much research he had done regarding my books, art and poetry - he even read stuff I'd … Continue reading Two interviews in the oil city of Takoradi!
GREAT NEWS! I would like to thank all who voted for me to WIN 'International Artist of the Year' in the Spokenword Billboard Awards 2014 (USA), I couldn't have won it without you! The award is still in the USA; I was on a 10-day tour of Ghana with The Calabash Hub when I heard the news! … Continue reading I WON ‘International Artist of the Year’ in the Spokenword Billboard Awards!
Just in case you weren’t able to follow my posts on Facebook, here’s a quick run-down of my 10-day tour of Ghana with The Calabash Hub; it was action-packed, so I’m only able to share the highlights: I missed the flight with the group because I booked my ticket in the name ‘Cezanne’ instead of … Continue reading My Tour of Ghana with the Calabash Hub