Category Archives: Women of Color

What is the Color for the Season?

Isn’t it always love…………………..   http://www.lovebitesandsilk.co.uk/p/color-of-love-2017.html  

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Cursed Love

I hope this motivates you to think about your Cursed Love Story. I’ve got my first entries in and I’m waiting on yours. https://shondabrock.wordpress.com/2017/10/31/now-accepting-entries-cursed-love-writing-contest/      

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Ghost Story by Andrew Wrangell

Originally posted on Andrew Wrangell Music:
Let me tell you a tale. A spine-chilling, hair-raising, bloodcurdling kind. This, my friends, is my Ghost Story. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/composer1992 Update on 31 October 2017:┬áThank you so much to WordPress for…

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HARD WORK

“What If” Tuesday What if…The only easy day was Yesterday? What would you do different today? How do you carry on to the next day.

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This Morning

I awoke to another mass shooting with no reason, but is there ever a good reason for mass murder? I usually don’t comment on political issues, I prefer the fictional world. I like to take readers away from their problems … Continue reading

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Black Butterflies

“Not everything is for everybody.” Continue reading

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Shades of ancient Egypt: Were ancient Egyptians black?

The question of whether Ancient Egyptians were black has been an ongoing debate for centuries.┬áTechnically, ancient Egyptians were African, as Egypt is in Africa, but most northern African peoples are from Arab and Caucasian descent. In most ancient Egyptian art … Continue reading

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