“Poetic Ruminations” Fourth Year Anniversary! 

“Poetic Ruminations” Fourth Year Anniversary! 

Good afternoon folks. Tomorrow, February 24th, makes four years since I have put out “Poetic Ruminations of Mr. Born Nice” I have been an author for four years. Wow. That’s wild, and it doesn’t feel like it.  I wanted to take a really quick moment to say thank you to everyone who supported my first literary outing. I also wanted to advertise that “Poetic Ruminations” is now available on Kindle for 99 cents.  https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00BJC5PLW/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1487877273&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=poetic+ruminations&dpPl=1&dpID=31mfWRpTl%2BL&ref=plSrch It’s been such a journey, and all the feedback has helped. More writing is on the way…but I will keep the cat in the bag as...
Author Profile: Meet Kahlil Koromantee

Author Profile: Meet Kahlil Koromantee

Greetings, everyone. Today, I have an interview with yet another author. I’d like to introduce you to Kahlil Koromantee, author of “Message to A YoungBlood.” Kahlil is an educator, and facilitator of workshops aimed at assisting students. He’s been hosted at Sister’s Uptown Bookstore and Cultural Center a number of times, and was at last year’s conference for the Association of Black Educators of New York. In this interview, he shares what inspires him to write, as well as passing along advice for aspiring writers. Polite On Society: Could you tell us a little bit about yourself and where you’re...
African Americans and Nature – 2 Books Explore Heritage and Presence

African Americans and Nature – 2 Books Explore Heritage and Presence

When most people think of the trailblazers of activities in the great outdoors, they may not think of African Americans. This misconception is not because there are not African Americans that love the outdoors, but because of an underrepresentation in the media. Throughout history, there have been many black pioneers that have been left out of stories. Because of racial discrimination and social injustice, many African Americans began to have limited access to the outdoors. It was after this time period that African Americans began to stray away from nature, and this continued throughout time until almost recently. Recently, there...
Author Profile: Meet Brandi Davis

Author Profile: Meet Brandi Davis

Greetings once again, my readers. In a society that seems to believe in second chances for some, but not all, its important to show that its possible to turn your life around. This time out, we speak with Brandi Davis, the author of “The High Price I Had To Pay 4” shares her story of redemption. Polite On Society: Please introduce yourself to our readers and let them know a little about your new book “The High Price I Had To Pay, Volume 4.” Brandi Davis: My name is Brandi Davis. I’m a 34 year old, native of Detroit, Michigan....
Author Profile: Meet Queen Anoshi

Author Profile: Meet Queen Anoshi

Greetings my readers. Ever so often, I like to introduce you to an author that you may not have heard of. In today’s author profile, we have Queen Anoshi. A novelist and poet hailing from South Carolina, Anoshi  discusses what brings her to write love stories, and how she remains positive during difficult times. We here appreciate the difference in perspective. To visit her site, see http://www.queenanoshi.com/ Polite On Society: What inspired you to write your novels? Queen Anoshi: I was inspired to write novels after I started writing short stories in the Army.  I wrote the short story of Soul...