Welcome to the St. George Hotel where everything and anything can happen. Future in-laws, Judy (Tyne Daly) and Georgette (Harriet Harris), do not see eye-to-eye on anything. Judy is eager for her daughter Rebecca (Sierra Boggess) to get married, but Georgette does not share the same sentiment. She confesses to her husband, George (Michael X. Martin) that … Continue reading Broadway’s Best New Comedy Musical ‘It Shoulda Been You’ Is Phenomenal
“Dating” As Told By The Modern Whore – Aylin Vega Publisher: Aois21 Publishing Publication Date: March 17, 2015 Pages: 129 “Dating” As Told By The Modern Whore is a non-fiction book based on the author’s most outrageous and at times comical sexual escapades. The twenty-something year old author insists dating is not how you may envision it. … Continue reading My Review on “Dating” As Told By The Modern Whore
A little over a year ago today, I wrote Editing In A Self-Publishing World. My main goal with this post was to emphasize the importance of editing your books before publishing them. I addressed how expensive it is to hire an experienced editor. And in some cases, you may not have the finances to pursue an … Continue reading Did You Self-Publish Without Editing?
Some of you enroll in college with a specific career in mind while others are indecisive. Some of you may decide to change career paths along the way. Nevertheless, you are determined to earn a degree. What happens when you earn your degree, work in the field you just studied and then somewhere down the line … Continue reading Considering Two Careers? Here Is What You Need To Know.
Comedians have one job to do – make us laugh. Oftentimes, their jokes are insensitive and should never be taken to heart. After all, it’s all comedy. However, there is a group of people who do not take jokes lightly. Although I love him as an actor and admire his artistic career, I think Cuban native Tony Plana went … Continue reading When Jokes Go Astray
Please Save Me From Myself– Sebastian Aiden Daniels Publisher: Amazon Kindle Publication Date: July 31, 2014 Pages: 221 Sebastian Aiden Daniels is handsome, intelligent, and has the potential to be anything he wants to be. But in his eyes, he is not worthy. He is not worth living anymore. The demons, the uncertainties, the paranoia rapidly increases … Continue reading My Review on Please Save Me From Myself: A Memoir Of Mental Illness
While socializing on Twitter, I came upon a tweet that lead me to the article called Keep a One-Sentence Journal, Be Happier by Melissa Dahl, and I am glad I did. The article focuses on how one sentence can make a person happier. The purpose behind a one-sentence journal is to jot down the best part of … Continue reading Have You Heard of Writing A One-Sentence Journal?
For some reason, I developed a new obsession. I have downloaded several memoirs in the past week and already commenced reading the third book I purchased. I hope to read the rest as swiftly has possible so I can post reviews within the next few weeks. Anyway, I have found that memoirs are most compelling at telling … Continue reading My New Obsession: Memoirs
Hi all! It’s another snowy day in New York. As much as I love winter, I am so over this one. It doesn’t seem to want to end. Anyway, there’s nothing I can do about it. In the meantime, I’ve spent countless days writing – and I enjoyed every minute of it. I have completed … Continue reading I’ve Spent Countless Days Writing
True Love – Jennifer Lopez Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group Publication Date: November 4, 2014 Pages: 288 pages “Sometimes you have to explore the darkness to get to the light and get back to who you are.” – Jennifer Lopez Jennifer Lopez, one of the most influential Latinas in Hollywood, pens a heartwarming memoir. This is one more accomplishment … Continue reading My Review: True Love by Jennifer Lopez