A. Shaw University
A. Otis Redding
A. The Color Purple
A. Brothers and Sisters
A. My life as a writer is my life time dream.
A. A good relationship with God. Good Health and a great family.
A. Not having the wonderful family that I have.
A. On Rehobeth Road with my mother.
A. Zora Hurston
A. My mother, Maless Moses
A. Is that right?
A. Not having six children.
A. Getting up each day and talking to your people about writing.
A. Not saying "no" when I should.
A. No one I no thing. I like the person God made me!
A. I do not know. I guess my mole on my nose.
A. The Joker
A. Frederick Douglass I would ask him what it was like to be a slave and then a free man to help other slaves.
A. Dishes in the sink.
A. Honest is enough
A. Wind Beneath my Wings, At last, The Lord's Prayer, Amazing Grace, Precious Lord
A. The Legend of Buddy Bush is my family journey. Buddy Bush is a man wrongly accused of a crime in 1947 in Rich Square, North Carolina. I wanted to tell him story and how life was in the South. It is the book closest to my heart.