Posts filed under: writing

#FollowFriday for 05/24/2013

Follow Lawrence D. Elliott on Twitter! Follow @lawrence_author It’s #FollowFriday on Twitter again! Feel free to take a look at some my Followers. See with whom you’d like to connect. Of course, the FIRST one you should follow is me! @lawrence_author Edward... Read More

The Huffington Post: Heavenly Reunited (Extra)

On May 20, 2013, my uncle Rashia Lee Tatum, Sr. passed away at the age of 96. I was able to write something special about him at The Huffington Post. Here is an excerpt. “It was the summer of 2006, when... Read More

BestsellerBound Recommends: Getting To Know Lawrence D. Elliott

In case you missed my Getting to Know interview from January 11, 2013, at BestsellerBound Recommends. Once again, I’d like to thank both Darcia Helle and Maria Savva for the opportunity and honor. Getting To Know Lawrence D. Elliott Today we have... Read More

#FollowFriday for 05/17/2013

Follow Lawrence D. Elliott on Twitter! Follow @lawrence_author It’s #FollowFriday on Twitter again! Feel free to take a look at some my Followers. See with whom you’d like to connect. Of course, the FIRST one you should follow is me! @lawrence_author Cornelia... Read More

The Huffington Post: The Outing of a Recovering Homophobe

“I’ve used the “F” word in the past. It’s not something I’m proud to admit. And I wasn’t comfortable seeing two guys kiss in public. Funny, seeing two women never affected me the same way. The internal conflict grew stronger... Read More

Luscious Wine

“Soon she serves a luscious wine just for me…” I thought I would share one of my erotic poems. I know it’s quite a bit different from what I normally write, but I’m stretching myself. I think this poem is... Read More

#Umfrage für deutsche #Frauen

Hier ist eine interessante Umfrage für deutsche Frauen: Ist Knigge tot? Blog: “When in Germany…” (Englisch) =================== Being a racist vs. having a prejudice: Is there a difference? Often you can talk about race easier with humor. For a FREE peek inside of my... Read More

Easier…Instead

This is for those women who are in this situation, whether in America, Germany or elsewhere. Easier…Instead It’s really easier to love her the way a real man would. Instead it’s not that important to treat her the way you... Read More

A Cruel Cycle

This is a poem I wrote one evening as I sat in the corner of a room observing the activity and reflecting on my time here in Germany. It’s a beautiful country, but what I notice is often sad. A... Read More

Black History Month: Shirley Chisholm

  Shirley Chisholm on November 30, 1924, as Shirley Anita St. Hill. She was an African-American politician, educator, and author. In 1968, she became the first African-American woman elected to the U.S. Congress and represented New York’s 12th Congressional District from... Read More

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