Black Boy, Black Boy

THE BOOK This book taps into the magic of this mantra’s simple positive message: black boys can be a doctor, a judge, the president . . . anything they want to be! Each page depicts a boy looking into the future, seeing his grown-up self and admiring the greatness reflected back at him. This book … Continue reading Black Boy, Black Boy

Black Boy, Black Boy Pre-Launch

Find out more at kickstarter.com/projects/crownthewriter/black-boy-black-boy A simple mantra with a powerful message. A message meant to inspire, uplift and nurture young black boys to think outside of the box. A mantra telling them that greatness is within them. Greatness is their future. Please SHARE! Please Donate

JaSam… The True Story: Chapter 16

“Jason!” Sam screams as Jason’s whole body jerks at the sight of her falling. He reaches out to her, cursing at his inability and failure to save her. Hugging the tree, trying to gain his strength, Jason digs his feet into the ground, inhales all the air he can and takes off after Sam. His … Continue reading JaSam… The True Story: Chapter 16

Crown Universe: Teji’s Journey

Crown is a comic book I have in the works. Crown is about Teji a young black girl trying to live her truth in a world where the norm for beauty is white. Teji will explore the challenges black girls and women face in society trying to be natural, trying to be themselves. Teji is … Continue reading Crown Universe: Teji’s Journey

Black Boy: Every Black Boy Poem

Every Black Boy deserves to be proud of who he is. Every Black Boy deserves to love the skin he is in. Every Black Boy deserves to be happy. Every Black Boy deserves to be loved for who he is. Every Black Boy deserves to be what he is. Every Black Boy deserves to the … Continue reading Black Boy: Every Black Boy Poem

Black Boy: The Beginning of a story.

Black Boy started off as a fun story I made up for my nephew Tiny. Tiny is a restless little boy who, will stay up all night if you let him. Late nights when he would refuse to go to sleep, hours after his brother fell asleep, Tiny would guilt me into reading him a … Continue reading Black Boy: The Beginning of a story.