Renaissance: The Nora White Story (Book One)

When seventeen-year-old Nora White successfully graduates High School in 1922 Mississippi and is College bound, everyone is overjoyed and excited. Everyone except Nora. She dreams of Harlem, Cotton Clubs, Fancy Dresses, and Langston Hughes. For years, she's sat under Mr. Oak, the big oak tree on the plush green grass of her families five acres, and daydreamed of The Black Mecca. The ambitious, young Nora is fascinated by the prospect of being a famous writer in The Harlem Renaissance and decides... - Keep Reading

When seventeen-year-old Nora White successfully graduates High School in 1922 Mississippi and is College bound, everyone is overjoyed and excited. Everyone except Nora. She dreams of Harlem, Cotton Clubs, Fancy Dresses, and Langston Hughes. For years, she's sat under Mr. Oak, the big oak tree on the plush green grass of her families five acres, and daydreamed of The Black Mecca. The ambitious, young Nora is fascinated by the prospect of being a famous writer in The Harlem Renaissance and decides... - Keep Reading

The Road to Freedom Joseph's Story

Deeply concerned about the state of Black America, a fight with his brother compels a young Joseph to leave his mother’s house and join his friends for a trip to Atlanta for SNCC’s (Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee) second conference. Excited to live life on their own, Jo and his friends have left school and the lives they were living for a chance to become part of the movement. With no money and essentially no plan the seven friends, three black and four white, set out for the road when they are stopped by a racist cop who makes them exit the car. Keep Reading

Deeply concerned about the state of Black America, a fight with his brother compels a young Joseph to leave his mother’s house and join his friends for a trip to Atlanta for SNCC’s (Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee) second conference. Excited to live life on their own, Jo and his friends have left school and the lives they were living for a chance to become part of the movement. With no money and essentially no plan the seven friends, three black and four white, set out for the road when they are stopped by a racist cop who makes them exit the car. Keep Reading

Stella: Beyond the Colored Line

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Stella may have been named after her Great-Grandmother, but when a conversation with Aunt Sara provokes her to pass; she gets in over her head when she decides to live her life as Sidney McNair, a white woman.

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Stella: Between Slavery and Freedom

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Cynthia May insist she’s not a racist, she just doesn’t believe Blacks should have the same rights as whites. She believes America has come a long way, but that integration has kept it from going further. One day, Cynthia and her boyfriend Alex decides to visit Cynthia’s Grandmother... Keep Reading

Pearls Before Swine - (a screenplay)

When two young black men are accused of raping a famous hair stylist on the West Side of Chicago, it sends the media into chaotic excitement. The state appoints Tina Brown as their defense lawyer, a "newbie" fresh out the classroom. But when people find forbidden diamonds with a supernatural power, Tina finds herself confused about which case she’s actually solving. Do Ms. Brown’s personal ties to the case affect her judgment? In what way are the diamonds connected? And do they have a secret of their own? Keep Reading

When two young black men are accused of raping a famous hair stylist on the West Side of Chicago, it sends the media into chaotic excitement. The state appoints Tina Brown as their defense lawyer, a "newbie" fresh out the classroom. But when people find forbidden diamonds with a supernatural power, Tina finds herself confused about which case she’s actually solving. Do Ms. Brown’s personal ties to the case affect her judgment? In what way are the diamonds connected? And do they have a secret of their own? Keep Reading

Womanhood Don't Begin in Menstrual Cycles: From Girlhood to Womanhood (poetry)

While womanhood does actually begin in menstrual cycles, many young women in the African American community are not taught true womanhood today. The menstruation isn’t seen as the great “Welcome to Womanhood” “Rite of Passage” that it was centuries ago, or that it still is in other countries and cultures. A menstrual cycle does not mean that her mind will necessarily be on the same accord with her body, and that she has made the proper transition from Girlhood to Womanhood. - Keep Reading

While womanhood does actually begin in menstrual cycles, many young women in the African American community are not taught true womanhood today. The menstruation isn’t seen as the great “Welcome to Womanhood” “Rite of Passage” that it was centuries ago, or that it still is in other countries and cultures. A menstrual cycle does not mean that her mind will necessarily be on the same accord with her body, and that she has made the proper transition from Girlhood to Womanhood. - Keep Reading

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The Aftermath (a novel)

In 2016, the financial system of the United States collapsed; shortly after that, so did the world. Finally, in 2019, a man of great esteem, Lord Feinberg and his prophet Antiochus introduced to mankind a new way of life. One that included a technology that could put an end to their misery and change the way we see the world. It held many promises, the end of poverty, sickness, and most of all it promised financial stability. However, not everyone was in favor of such a change and refused the technology. They're known as The Rebels; and when they didn't accept what the rest of the world had because it went against their beliefs, the people turned against them, and the war began.

In 2016, the financial system of the United States collapsed; shortly after that, so did the world. Finally, in 2019, a man of great esteem, Lord Feinberg and his prophet Antiochus introduced to mankind a new way of life. One that included a technology that could put an end to their misery and change the way we see the world. It held many promises, the end of poverty, sickness, and most of all it promised financial stability. However, not everyone was in favor of such a change and refused the technology. They're known as The Rebels; and when they didn't accept what the rest of the world had because it went against their beliefs, the people turned against them, and the war began.

From When I was a Black Girl (poetry)

From when I was a Black Girl is Yecheilyah's second collection of poetry. Published in 2012 with a second edition published in 2013, this collection has indeed become a favorite of many. It has traveled the U.S. and landed itself a spot inside the classrooms of Evergreen State College as part of an Independent Learning Contract (ILC) for it's Winter 2014 semester, as a book of study in Tacoma, WA. If you have any inkling of a love for African American... - Keep Reading

From when I was a Black Girl is Yecheilyah's second collection of poetry. Published in 2012 with a second edition published in 2013, this collection has indeed become a favorite of many. It has traveled the U.S. and landed itself a spot inside the classrooms of Evergreen State College as part of an Independent Learning Contract (ILC) for it's Winter 2014 semester, as a book of study in Tacoma, WA. If you have any inkling of a love for African American... - Keep Reading

Returning Soon: From the Depths of a Woman's Heart (poetry)

I've learned that strength lies not in our ability to rise, but in the humility to restrain from things we cannot change; the courage to modify what we can; the heart to understand the difference between the two, and like a waterfall start over and over again, even if only to anticipate another fall. So I, a road builder, outline my heart and lay down my life to change yours. And with each page, I give you my bridge.

I've learned that strength lies not in our ability to rise, but in the humility to restrain from things we cannot change; the courage to modify what we can; the heart to understand the difference between the two, and like a waterfall start over and over again, even if only to anticipate another fall. So I, a road builder, outline my heart and lay down my life to change yours. And with each page, I give you my bridge.

The Aftermath and my first collection of poetry are getting make-overs. They will be available again soon.