His skin was white and thin, barely covering his bones. It stretched, almost transparent, over his face. His eyes were lost and sunken into his skull. My father looked like a walking corpse.
Ani Duzdabanyan writes stories about the Armenian diaspora and her homeland, thus is front and center in keeping family legacies alive.
Angela Legh’s The Bella Santini Chronicles were written to help guide pre-teens through the emotions she felt as a young girl.
His story is heartbreaking, breathtaking, and empowering. Wajeeh Amir Lion is the first openly gay man from Saudi Arabia to obtain political asylum in the US.
Marques Ogden credits football for being able to pick himself up. “Football has given me the ability to develop a championship mindset that will never break under any circumstances. It’s also given me the ability to bounce back and persevere through anything.”
A felony kept J Haleem from securing the corporate job his college degree qualified him for so he started his own businesses.
Jennifer Buchanan was 14 years old when she discovered the healing powers of music. She witnessed it transform her hospitalized grandfather.
Tonya McKenzie’s life provides us with a MasterClass on how to kick the past to the curb in order to thrive and soar.
Tahiera Monique Brown’s story is more than her past. It’s about the present and the future, which is where her production company, Darkness to Light Films, has birthed its name.