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Friday, December 30, 2011

A Journey Into The Mind of a Black Woman Is Published!!!

You've all waiting a long time...had to go through a lot of edits before I finalized the much anticipated book that I've discussed.  It was a journey to complete it, but it is now available and you can purchase the book today at: . It is also available on
This book was birthed through observation of Black men and how I, as a Black woman, interpreted their behavior over a period of time.  One day I just realized how often I'd see Black males and the one thing lacking in their demeanor was joy.  They were not happy.  And the negativity that surrounds many young Black men is not only having a devastating impact on them as a group; it's beginning to be felt in many levels of Black culture.  Do Black men know who they are and where their ancestors came from?  Do they know their history as men from a global perspective.  We've lost almost 2 generations of young Black men.  Gone too soon...and never realizing their potential.  It's a travesty.  This must stop.

A Journey Into The Mind of a Black Woman is the book that speaks with absolute realness, soul and discerment of what I, A Black woman, feels is the crux of the Black male dilemma.

Get your copy today!  And tell others about this book.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

For Every Black Woman That Has Cried Over A Black Man...

The Message

One day, I sat at my windowsill, peering out of my window. Every Black man that I saw passing by…seemed to have a serious look on his face—no smile. I wondered why. Each and every day afterwards; I saw the same. The Black men that I saw with their girlfriends or wives, seemed to be somber and disinterested; as if they wanted to be in another place but where they were.
Where was the love?

I thought about the one true love of my life who forced me to walk away. His name was Craig. I was young when I met him. He was fine. Every time my eyes gazed on his strong masculine frame, my heart would literally begin to race. I thought I would pass out sometimes. Craig was everything to me—the thought of him could make me smile at any moment. When I woke up in the mornings—I thought of Craig. When the moon lit the sky, and my eyes drifted into sleep; my subconscious summoned dreams of the man—the “one man” who I believed would make me his wife. But I woke up from that dream. And I soon was forced to take off the rose-colored glasses; for the man of my dreams, was really a wolf in disguise. And if I didn’t walk away, I would be devoured.

I chose my life.

It was not to be.

So many women stay in relationships with men that they should have left alone.
It was not that I didn’t love Craig; I just loved myself more.

He was the one. I know this, but the tragedy of my loss is that I had to face the fact that Craig would have caused too much pain in my life. He had issues and people with issues hurt people.

How many sistahs have had to walk away from a man they loved because he had issues? How many stayed and lost their lives? I wondered this, along with many other things while writing my book: A Journey Into The Mind of a Black Woman: In Search of Black Men Who Live With Purpose.

For every Black woman that ever cried over a Black man or the ones who wondered what was going on with their man, I confronted the very issues that many try to express, but sometimes, just can’t find the words.

The most powerful thing a man can do is to read. Knowledge is power.

Brothers who love their women, will devour this message.

It is a page-turner. People will be talking about this book.

*Get your copy while supplies are available. There has been high demand for this book upon review. It is already being compared to such classics as, The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Makes Me Wanna Holler by Nate McCall, and such urban classics as The Coldest Winter Ever by Sistah Souljah.

This is the best present a Black woman can give to the man she loves. It is the best gift to receive for the Black man who loves himself.

Merry Christmas!!!
Available December 24, 2011 on or

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

10 Rules For White Women Who Date or Marry Black Men!

‎10 Rules For White Women Who Date or Marry Black Men:

1.) Do Not ever approach a Black woman you don't know with a Bad attitude or racist behavior!

2.) It is an oxymoron for a racist to be in a relationship with someone they were raised to despise, as well as expect white privilege in the process.

3.) Do Not assum Black women are jealous of white women--many Black woman just aren't impressed.

4.) If you have children with a Black man--learn to do your children't hair.

5.) Yes! Black women are tough and will kick your ass if you make the mistake of disrespect her!

6.) The dislike and distrust Black women have for white women is based on the historical image of white women, as well as personal interaction.

7.) Just because a white woman is with a Black man; this does not make them an authority on issues that impact the Black community.

8.) If White Women Know so much about Black men and arrogantly now feel they have the temerity to tell Black women how to keep one; my suggestion is for them to declare themselves as Black and change their racial classification. *sarcasm*

9.) The Black community does not approve of interracial unions; Black love should be the highest choice above all others.

10.) Black is beautiful and does not need a face lift or Botox.

***This is given in response to the level of self-hatred that projects itself falsly as Black pride these days.