Diversity in Writing

Recently, our country celebrated the accomplishments of Dr. King and how his work changed how we view people of different races, genders, and so forth. A couple of days later, I watched a town hall meeting on local television discussing race relations in my city. The consensus is that these government-funded programs and changes in […]

Students of the Game

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fireside Chat.” As a new blogger, I am fascinated how others started blogging and sharing their works. There are a few whose blogs I follow and have “met” on Twitter. Those who share a passion for writing. I want to learn from them on their writing process, […]

I Kissed a Girl

I shared in my first post that I would share some of my stories with my audience. Here’s the first of what I hope is many to come. Natalie Talcott is the prettiest girl in my class. She has it all: sparkling green eyes, wavy copper hair that flowed down to her shoulders, an excellent […]

Mission Statement

In my first ever post, I set some lofty goals for 2015 for my writing endeavors. This blog, Project Blacklight, was one of those goals. I must say that I am excited to start this new venture. It means a lot to me and my budding career. After the support and encouragement of friends, family, […]