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This is a short story or essay I wrote about the ever present racism that is still spread like cancer throughout the United States. I have started a movement to end one tendril of this cancer by referring to African Americans as Blacks, simply because they are just as American… Read More

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This is the true story of my Childhood, and the adventures life I had as a young girl. I dedicate this story to my family and dear friends in Africa, D.R.Congo. TO BE CONTINUED! Read More
Volunteer for Africa is the ultimate guide for people looking for free volunteer opportunities or wanting to make a real difference the next time they travel by using their journey to deliver supplies to worthy causes. Read More

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“Amidst the crowd, tumbling like a stone, although lying on the roads, I’m but a life. However, if you still think string pulling fingers can’t pull the trigger, then try me!” This is what an old street busker thinks and decides when catastrophe turns towards his dog, which is unaware… Read More
Curiosity: What are the odds that a dream could give incite to the future and relay a name never heard before? Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

December 16, 2014

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You all are aware of the seriousness of my writings. I have never made why go for this. May be one of the remarkably good word will be the caring feeling from the depths of heart for this kindle know-how that is called the story so far. You will understand… Read More
Some people have monsters under their beds. Some in their closets. 13-year old Daniel Zegit has monsters and evil clowns coming out of his electrical outlet. In 2038, a time when children all over the world disappear every day, Daniel finds himself between two realities — one bullied by his… Read More
From April 6 to July 10, 1994 an indiscriminate killing of thousands of individuals occurred in a small Central African country called Rwanda. The Rwandan genocide was a social catastrophe due to the slaughter of people of Tutsi ethnicity hand-to-hand perpetrated by the Hutus with whom they lived together in… Read More
Brennan has to testify on his friend’s behalf as his trial gets started, Jacob and Renee try to help an African child raise a calf and Oliver takes Madeline out drinking for her 21st Birthday Read More
Profile of a member of my university journalism tutorial group. A poor, young man from the hinterlands of South Africa's Eastern Cape. Read More

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The world Pregnant Women Lives in, is a comparison between the privileged/underprivileged world.The story talks about my experience in Africa and my experiences after finding out that i was pregnant. The story looks into the different aspect the Government can used to save mother and he child. Read More
This original story follows the struggles of big-time Kenyan CEO Tyrone Kony as he ventures across the dangerous unforgiving continent of Africa in search of his wife who is stranded in America. He will meet people of many different backgrounds as he journeys across the continent including tribal warriors and… Read More

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In 1899, as a young English woman of 20, Charlotte Carter finds herself in love with a soldier who is sent over to fight in the second Boer War. Desperate not to lose him she secures a job as a nurse in one of the camps. She has been sheltered… Read More

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His wife is dead, his daughter is murdered, his home is engulfed by war. All he wants is peace. Read More

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#OperationSundew , an operation that sketching American hero for other nations as a good looking flower to digesting them once getting their trust! Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 14, 2014

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this is a poem about tigers, or something else Read More

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An exciting and revealing 4 day adventure amongst the wild animals in the Sabi Sands region of South Africa Read More

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Six New Poetry Books Fine Arts Poetry 6 x 40 Lyrical Literatures & Photography 1) 40 – Title: Poetic Scriptures, 6 x 40 Lyrical Literatures, Volume 1 2) 40 – Title: Thy Holy Words, 6 x 40 Lyrical Literatures, Volume 2 3) 40 – Title: The Minister of Peace, 6… Read More

Poem / Song Lyrics

December 11, 2013

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Ode to Madiba Read More
My novel, set in South America, tells the story of the imprisonment of an esteemed, native political prisoner during a period of high tension between indigenous and mixed-race populations. The story is told through the various viewpoints of the prisoner's jailors and interrogators. This novel was inspired when five men… Read More

Poem / Commercial Fiction

December 06, 2013

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A terse history of Africa, personified as a woman and told with imagery and rhyme. Read More

Essay / Non-Fiction

December 06, 2013

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Africa needs a fix. This writer believes he knows what it is. He traces the problem and proffers a solution. Read More
The Owaro Ajodun, an annual festival to ward off angry spirits, goes terribly wrong. The festival brings peace and order to the realm by appeasing two diametric, hellish spirit races, the impenitent and the vengeful, by rallying offenders for the sake of seeking forgiveness from spirits of the dead. The… Read More
The Owaro Ajodun, an annual festival to ward off angry spirits, goes terribly wrong. The festival brings peace and order to the realm by appeasing two diametric, hellish spirit races, the impenitent and the vengeful, by rallying offenders for the sake of seeking forgiveness from spirits of the dead. The… Read More
A satirical look at an African dictatorship, where heads will roll because His Benevolent Majesty has discovered the theft of his leopard skin loincloth.There is more to this tale than a simple theft, just as the loincloth is more than a mere part of the royal wardrobe. Read More

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Lee Marston and her sister Laurie are a mystery to the people of Junk City; discovered with no possestions or money but an old black bowler hat beside a dead woman, with strange gifts, the toddlers fell into their hearts like one of their own. 10 years on, Lee is… Read More
A young drug dealer sends an e-mail to his lover, explaining his disappearance. Read More
Africa Must Think delivers 30 hard-core messages to challenge and inspire anyone who seeks to understand Africa’s problem and desires to be part of its future. Read More
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