Everyone has a story

Everyone has a story. And, it is through these pages that one will receive a glimpse or a portion of the story, whether it is through the person’s, who is telling the story, testimony or through one’s observation of how the story is being told/lived. It is through these stories that one can see strengthRead More

Knowing your faith

The word faith continues to enter my mind and be a constant thought. And as I continue to ponder on this word, these thoughts come to mind: For starters, I believe it is a verb because faith promotes action, whether it means being still or stepping forth. Faith involves action. Faith also promotes having completeRead More

Soup Talk – The Greater Good

Soup Talk – The Greater Good By: ERIN N. SIMON Inspired, In-Spirit Publishing 2015 August 27, 2015 America is a country built on the premise of Capitalism. Where was Capitalism conceived? In a very intriguing principle. The economy is what drives capitalism, right? Well, Economists are known as “actors” which I find to be quiteRead More

Soup Talk – Being About It

Often, you will hear people say, “Don’t talk about it, be about it.” Talking is easy. The idea manifests itself in your mind and you express all the details that begin to populate your brain. Being about it, well, that is the difficult part. How many of us have ideas, dreams, and aspirations that weRead More

Interruption: Shae’s Search – Novel

Romantic Drama, involving a girl named Shae, who is a teen prodigy and has difficulty figuring out life. Living in Brooklyn, with her neglectful mother Chanelle, is no easy feat considering she is willing to do whatever is necessary to live in opulence. Chanelle’s money over everything attitude exposes Shae to a world of trouble.Read More

Don’t jump

I can remember an old school rap song that had lyrics that said “don’t push me cause I’m close to the edge. I’m trying not to lose my head. It’s like a jungle sometimes it makes me wonder how I keep from going under?” This lyrics can speak to many people today, although it wasRead More


Teaching with hip-hop isn’t a new idea, but no one has been able to be as cool at it before. Beans-N-Frank are the cartoon kids who rap lessons over hard-hitting hip-hop beats. The lyrics are as catchy and memorable as Sesame Street songs, but the music sounds like tracks from top 10 hip hop artists.Read More