Wednesday’s Woman|High Five Vibe

We recently had the opportunity to feature Michelle Besay or should we say High Five Vibe on our website January 5,2019. She is a mother of 2, a hard worker, a poet, a singer and also an upcoming author. We are showcasing her not for any of the work she has done we are featuring … Continue reading Wednesday’s Woman|High Five Vibe

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Book Review| Tales of When

Tales of When was written by N. Dahir, who is a young Canadian author and poetess. With a great passion for writing and storytelling, she self-published her first book at the age of 20 on August 2018. To start with the review  about Tales of When, it's really hard to believe that the author is … Continue reading Book Review| Tales of When

Blog Feature| High Vibe Five

Good Day! My name is Michelle Besay, and I am a writer. Let me start by saying I was a bit nervous about writing this introduction. I mean, what do you say when you write about yourself? How much information do you give? Is there a right or wrong way to do this? Maybe I … Continue reading Blog Feature| High Vibe Five

Business Feature|She Will Speak

Cheyenne Tyler Jacobs is a young black woman originally from Manchester Township, NJ. She started writing when she was a child and the earliest memory she has of her creating poetry was in third grade. She was being bullied and after the incident she pulled out a piece of paper and started writing a poem. … Continue reading Business Feature|She Will Speak

Blog Feature|Joy, Blessings and Poetry

My name is Terry Jeffris. I live in Mobile, Alabama. I have two adult children. I have always loved writing. I have been writing about 30 years. Several months ago I decided to start a blog. I enjoy corresponding with other bloggers because I learn a lot from them. My website is: Joys, Blessings, and Poetry … Continue reading Blog Feature|Joy, Blessings and Poetry

A Day in History| May Swenson

May Swenson was born Anna Thilda May Swenson on May 28, 1913, in Logan, Utah. Her parents were Swedish immigrants, and her father was a professor of mechanical engineering at Utah State University. English was her second language, her family having spoken mostly Swedish in their home. Influenced early on by Edgar Allan Poe, she … Continue reading A Day in History| May Swenson

Sticks and stones may break my bones but WORDS

Words. What we use to communicate how we feel, what we want, what we need and what we don’t like etc. However, the things we say have become more malicious then Ted Bundy and Charles Manson put together. When I look back at my own upbringing, the constant "You're Stupid", “You’re Ugly" and other little … Continue reading Sticks and stones may break my bones but WORDS