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Black Excellence: The Evolution of Articulation.

Happy Twisted Tuesday. Although I spend a lot of Tuesdays promoting my new Twisted Series, I realized that writing is something passionate and worthy of giving more than one message. Today I share with you an important message that hits home for me that talks about society, your peers and articulation. Read about how something I was ashamed about became something I embraced. …

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Twisted Tuesday: Writers And Structure

Structure I had a lovely lady request we meet up because she wanted to discuss my writing process. All week, I wandered around and was baffled. What would I say? I didn’t want her to be underwhelmed when she found out that my progress was merely putting my pen to my paper. Yet when it finally became time for the meetup, both she and I learned a lesson on how important it is as a writer to have structure. So this Twisted…

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Twisted Series Writing

Twisted Tuesday: An Autobiography?

The most frequently asked question about "Twisted" is if it's an autobiography. I always lie. I always say "no" or "technically no," because never in this series outside of thank yous, acknowledgements, italics, or quotes do I ever use the word "I" and using Microsoft Word search engine, I find that the word "Jasemine" makes its appearance twice: once on the first page and once on the last. Simply put, this book isn't about my life.…

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An Open Letter To The Future Readers Of “Twisted Illusions”

Dear [x] I wish I could replace [x] with the name of a person, someone who I know is going to indeed pick up, read and fully understand Twisted Illusions but that’s the gamble of writing a novel. You never know who’s going to read it, who’s going to feel it the way it was written and fully grasp all the messages. Twisted Illusions was written from the heart. There are details in this series that I can’t fully conjure up vocally.…

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