Detroit’s Very Own Jessica Care Moore: Black Tea and The Legend of Jesse James


The Last Poets introduced me to who the world knows as Detroit, Michigan’s International living legend, Jessica Care Moore. And I can say I have been thankful and humbled by this lovely Queens’ energy, creativity and brilliance ever since. The … Continue reading

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Help! I Have No Money To Spend This Christmas


Christmas is a time of giving and receiving, and a time for families and friends to gather together to exchange gifts, eat, drink and be extremely merry. Its a time when children’s dreams are realised seeing them finally get the … Continue reading

Scrumptious Alternatives To Turkey This Thanksgiving and Christmas


Christmas dinner tends to be the same, year after year. There is the traditional turkey, along with all the trimmings, and then Christmas pud for dessert. Carrots, parsnips, brussel sprouts, stuffing, pigs in blankets, Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes- all the … Continue reading

Subscribe To Dangerous Lee on Kindle


Kindle blogs are fully downloaded onto your Kindle so you can read them even when you’re not wirelessly connected. And unlike RSS readers which often only provide headlines, blogs on Kindle give you full text content and images, and are … Continue reading

National Poetry Month Spotlight: Vernon Davis Jr. – Her Smile


HER SMILE Her Smile Is Silent Smooth A Mystery In A Sea Of Love Waiting To Open Up Unveiling Her Innermost Intimate Secret As Questions Of Desire Float By Her Beauty Is Captivating Drawing You In Be Careful–You May Get … Continue reading

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Tina B. Tessina, PhD “Dr. Romance”

Tina B. Tessina, PhD

Name and Occupation? Tina B. Tessina, PhD, “Dr. Romance” licensed psychotherapist and author, and Chief Romance Officer of What do you love about being a woman? I have a huge amount of empathy and encouragement to offer people. What … Continue reading

Top Story – Why Being A Self-Published Author Is Similar To Being A Bar Owner


It’s odd at first to liken an author to a bar owner; the former tends to be more introverted, working alone, while the latter is usually extroverted and operating among chaos. But when you look at the blood, sweat and … Continue reading

Black History Month Spotlight: Alisha Somer – Writer, Editor & Publisher

What do you love most about being a Black woman? I love the color of my skin and the kinkiness of my hair. I love how we hold so much mystery: everyone wants to know our secrets. I love the … Continue reading

Are You A Goddess or a Doormat?


According to Pablo Picasso womankind can be split into two distinct types, those being the Goddess and the doormat. Basically there are the women that take the world in their stride and women who let the world walk all over … Continue reading

6 Books Every Writer Should Have On Their Bookshelf


Every writer knows that reading is essential to good writing. Here are six books that all writers should have on their bookshelves for reference. If you don’t have them all, get them today. The Writer’s Market For every freelance writer … Continue reading

Flint Positive Spotlight: Artist – Percy


Painting and creating art is a way I can express myself; express what I see and feel in the world around me, in an almost universal language. What’s important about my art is not that I express exactly my thoughts … Continue reading