Coming Soon: Spyfunk

Well since the announcement has been made, I can share the exciting news. My short story, The Bonds That Bind, will be included in the upcoming Spyfunk! anthology. Espionage, Intrigue, Secrets, Lies. Welcome to the world of Spyfunk!, a collection of spy tales that put characters of African/African Diaspora descent front and center. These exciting … More Coming Soon: Spyfunk


You know what hope is for me? What just transpired is an excellent example. It’s arriving home after a hellacious day of writing, running errands, and handling other business. It’s your limbs burning from pain and exhaustion. It’s being spent physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. It’s mulling over an existential crisis when you learn that … More Hope

But I Paid Him A Compliment

The late Toni Morrison eloquently stated, “I’m always annoyed about why Black people have to bear the brunt of everybody else’s contempt. If we are not totally understanding and smiling, suddenly we’re demons.” Ms. Morrison was an example of how a phenomenal Black woman can recalibrate your entire reality with a few sage words. My … More But I Paid Him A Compliment

Its Own Reward

To whom much is given, much is required. And even if that isn’t the case, the responsibility exists all the same. I don’t have much (I am a professional author after all), but whenever there’s an opportunity to pay it forward, I try my best to do so. This is especially true when there’s an … More Its Own Reward

Navigating Through Race- The Plight of Storytellers of Color

Originally published at Fangs for the Fantasy A gent by the name of Malcolm X once said, “The media’s the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that’s power. Because they control the minds of the masses.” Many people often wonder … More Navigating Through Race- The Plight of Storytellers of Color