Wednesday, November 30, 2011


What Would You Do if Your Parents Called You a Failure?

I triple, double, quadruple dare you to click this link ---> Uh oh!


The Guy Who Can Bite The Head Off a Python Snake

His name is Milton and he's right in here --> POW! (Click link)

Purchase Your Copy NOW!

THIS! -----> Ebony the Beloved




"Ambition is not what a man would do, but what a man does, for ambition without action is fantasy."

Bryant H. McGill

Slave Sermons (Episode 33) "Fear Gene"

New Book Claims Tyler Perry Has Ties To Drug Money

Read here: Newsone


BET Awards 2011: Lloyd (Old)

Never Would Have Made It By Melvin Childs

A Hidden America-Living in Cars, Tents and Cheap Motels

Lloyd on the Meaning of His New Song "Dedication To My Ex" (at iHeartRadio)

Nigeria Passes Anti-Gay Bill

Visit site here: CatchmeBc


Deer Beats Up Fat Guy

Ghetto Cranbrook Deer

The original version is just as funny. LMAO!

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Creole Prince

Yummy! :-)

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Presidents - 5 10 15 20 25 30 years of love

The O'Jays - "Forever Mine"

New Beginnings in 2012

Greetings Readers,

I'm baaaaaaack. Well, at least for now. lol. I'm in the process of lining up my book tour for next year. I'll be at a book store, university, college, book store, and book expo near you. (If you're in the United States). I finally found a publicist who's serious about her career and really wants to see this project flourish. And yes, my second novel "The Bold and Ugly Truth" will be released next year. I'm not sure which month, but it will be released, sure enough. I'll be flying, driving, you name it. No more moping for me. I'm finally going to live out my dreams and nothing is going to stymie my plans. I'll be promoting my first novel throughout next year, and I'm going to release one of the most controversial novels, EVER! For all of you bullying "holy" Christians who love flaunting your Christianity and foisting it on people, get ready to clutch your pearls and get cozy with your feelings, because you're all in for a bitter sweet treat. LOL Stay tuned...


Monday, November 21, 2011

John Mayer - Bold As Love

Amel Larrieux - Bravebird

My Non-profit Organization

My publicist and I are currently working on a non-profit organization that promotes empowerment and self-appreciation for women and young girls. The organization is a still fetus. By January, it will be a full grown baby. I can't unveil it's name yet, but you'll all thank me later. The organization will be a one stop shop that all women and young girls can utilize. I'm talking about a virtual magazine, physical magazine, self-help bible, and many more. Stay tuned, loyal readers and subscribers. ^_^


Ebony Awaits You

What makes Ebony so special and unique? She's a super star, because she overcame the inevitable. I'm sure many of you can relate to her on a few levels, but what would you do if you were hog tied and imprisoned with two killer Doberman Pinschers on your heels?

Purchase "Ebony the Beloved" to find out how Ebony did it.


Lloyd - Kinda

Do you enjoy a love story that has a sad ending?

Check out my ebook "My Sherry Amor" it's on sale. :-)


Jackie Wilson - You Brought About A Change In Me

Blackbyrds - Mysterious Vibes

Friday, November 18, 2011

Miami - Kill That Toach

Do That Stuff - Parliament

Government Internet Censorship: Protecting You From Reality

Donald Byrd- Places and Spaces

Girl Who Was Bullied Found Hanged

The blogosphere is up-in-arms over the death of 10-year-old Jasmine McClain, who was found hanged by her mother Samantha West. Chadburn, NC police were set to rule the death a suicide when they were alerted by McClain's schoolmates on Facebook that the girl had been badly bullied at school. The Daily Mail reports that Chadbourn Police Chief Steven Shaw said, "Children started coming forward and making accusations that she was bullied - and bullied bad - in school."

The child's mother described her as "sweet and fun-loving" and said she was unaware that Jasmine was so tormented by bullying at her local elementary school. West says that Jasmine took her last breath in her arms. She added, "It's a shame that kids are that cruel."

Can you say enough is enough? How many times are we going to read about a child taking his or her life over being bullied before something is done about it? The state of North Carolina has two anti-bullying laws on the books - one that targets online bullying and the other that targets school systems. Are the laws working? What is going on in schools where children are being allowed to be bullied and tormented to such an extent that they would rather be dead? Ten years is a very short time on Earth, and why must someone's childhood be rife with pain and anguish during that short period? Hopefully little Jasmine will find the peace that eluded her while on Earth.

Cited here: The Root

Thursday, November 17, 2011

My Review of Ashea Goldson's "Count it all Joy"

Hey, Readers

I'm back with another book review. It has taken me a few days to read Ashea's, Count it all Joy." It consists of a newly wed couple, Joshua and Alex Bennings. Joshua is a Minister and an accountant. This is his second marriage and he has a daughter from his previous marriage. Joshua has aspirations of starting his own church while Alex wants to adopt a Kenyan boy named, Kaino. With mounting debt that was accrued by his late wife Delilah, it drives a strain into their marriage, making the adoption nearly impossible. Besides that, Alex and Joshua are trying to have another baby, which is intertwined with a secret that nearly destroyed their relationship prior to marriage. Not only is Joshua desperate to impregnate Alex, but he does the unthinkable. If the Benning's financial and marital woes aren't frustrating enough, add Joshua's controlling mother, Mrs. Benning to the equation. Not only does she not care for Alex, but she's determined to make Joshua shut down his own dreams to pastor his ailing father's church. Author Ashea Golden shows how a couple that has so much plight hanging over their shoulders still manage to overcome adversities. The moral of the story is, the creator will never give anything you can't handle.

You can connect with Ashea Golden and purchase her books below.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

For Those Who Missed My Interview Last night, Can Check it Out NOW!

Hey, folks

Just in case you missed my interview last night, you can check it out via The Nikki Rich Show. My interview commences at the 79:50 mark. ENJOY!


Monday, November 7, 2011

My Blog Talk Radio Interview with Nikki Rich

Greetings, Readers

You can listen to me on The Nikki Rich Show tonight. I'll be speaking about my novel, "Ebony the Beloved" and literary career. My interview will commence tonight at 8:15 pm EST. You can click on the site above to listen to my phone interview with Nikki and/or you can call in to ask me some questions. The number is 1-323-580-5749. In the mean time, you can purchase my novel on Amazon. SHOUT OUTS TO NIKKI RICH FOR THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY AND EXPOSURE! Thanks a bunch! :)


Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Mother of Success

Behind these walls, my success awaits me to claim and embrace it like an abandoned child.

My success is pleading for my presence and my touch. I share the same feelings. I'm not going to keep my success waiting any longer. I'm determined to caress my success.

These "walls" aren't breakable, or tangible, they're invisible.

My success is so infinite, it possesses enough elasticity to encircle the earth.

My success shall not fall into the bowels of failure.

I will marry success and we'll procreate and produce generations of success. Every success will perpetually multiply and conquer it's own domain; making it impossible for failure to invade it's territory.


Lloyd on Jay Leno