Went through a dark period where I didn't want to do anything creative. I put down the three books I was working on and just kept convincing myself not to follow through on some craziness. My first time actually hating an individual. My first time wanting to take someone's life, at least with pre-meditation. My first time being angry all the time. And that chocolate thang in the white pants was there with me when I felt like the world was against me. When I was cussin out everything. When I couldn't talk to anyone about my struggles. When the facts kept adding up, and so did my silent, explosive wrath, and helped me deal with it when I easily could have sent the smoke signal and felt better in the morning. She was the one who told me that, after seven years of publishing independently and worrying about the quality of the product, and seven books later, I should share what I have with the world. 🙏 #MyBiggestFan
I was walking around my apartment trying to pretend to talk to people about my latest book. Struggling to find what to say. And then how to say it. Two months later, I connected with Eric Salisbury and he basically made this possible. If you want to do spoken word, exhibit your art, music, etc... Eric Salisbury Studios & C Art Gallery in Seattle.
So, this is a pretty good representation of these two people lol. In the background working things out to make my first book signing into a reality.
Gratitude. Thanks. Love. Appreciation. Reciprocation.
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