Anyone who knows me relatively well knows that since I was 14 years old, it has been my dream to be an author. I didn’t actually sit down to write a book until I was 36.
I’ve known since I was 14 years old that I’ve wanted to write books, but I didn’t sit down to actually write one until after I had my daughter in 2004—almost 20 years later. I don’t think it was a conscious decision not to write books—I’ve spent my entire career in publishing—I just think the […]
After being together for almost 12 years, my baby girl and I have history now. Here are a few lessons I’ve learned about being a mom.
In this week’s installment of Thank-a-Book Tuesday, motivational speaker and author Natosha Warner revisits her childhood to find the book that changed her life.
What is it about birthdays that has me more nostalgic the older I get? Tomorrow is my 46th birthday, so instead of sharing reflections and musing over what I’ve learned over the last year, I decided to take a walk down memory lane and share a couple of my favorite poems that I wrote as […]
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month. In honor of that, I’ve decided to rerun this post I did a while back.
Can you believe we’re already eight weeks into 2017?
My Sweet Girl: People told me when I was pregnant with you that the years would fly by, and now that you’re knocking on the door of 13, I see that more and more every day. You’re becoming a young woman right before my eyes, and since I’m being honest, while I love seeing you […]
Have you ever found yourself earnestly praying for something from God only to get mad when the blessing arrives because it didn’t come in the form or package you wanted?
A few months ago, I went to Memphis, Tennessee, for a work conference. While I learned a lot during the three days I was away, the most memorable part for me was visiting the National Civil Rights Museum, which is on the grounds of the Lorraine Motel where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated […]