Applied for Verification on Google and Instagram!

I applied for verification on Google and Instagram! It’s a great felling, knowing I could be closer to some much-needed exposure. I’m a writer and author, for those of you who don’t know. I would really like to reach a wider audience. This is a great opportunity for me to do so. View this post…

The History of Islam in Europe, Part 1

Europe is very synonymous with one religion; namely, Christianity. Other beliefs have also left their mark on the continent. Whether it’s atheism or Judaism, Europe has a rich history of several faiths. One such religion not usually attributed to Europe is Islam. With millions of Muslims now in the region, this essay looks at the…

Two Book Promotions!

I’m running two Amazon Promotions soon! These will be for my books 1) Family Day and 2) Three Very Different Short Stories. The first promotion starts in two days and the one for Family Day is a free book promotion, starting soon. That’s right, you can get a free copy of Family Day in the…

I’m nominated for a Reader’s Choice Award!

Hey everyone, today is a special day. That is because I found out that I am nominated for a TCK Publishing Reader’s Choice Award. I’m super excited about this. Please vote for Family Day, my book, in the General Fiction Category. Here’s the link: 2020 Reader’s Choice Voting Page

How to Self-Publish a Book

Finding an agent, getting signed to a publisher and sitting back while watching them make your book successful is a thing of the past. Not really, but there is an alternative these days to traditional publishing. That is self-publishing. You can write, create and release your book all by yourself, with the help of some…

History of Economic Crises

What does the history of economic crises show? The history of economic crises is a revealing, telling and insightful one. One of the first crises stated in the Roman Empire, some 2000 years ago. What is known about crises is that there are patterns that can be observed to help better manage them. This article…

Know Your Audience

Someone delivers a speech about the fascinating topic of cyber security to a group of tech freshpeople (my choice of word for a gender-neutral understanding of freshmen). He goes into intrusive detail using higly technical language. The seminar goes over the heads of the entire group. This is the case in point when discussing the…