I thank all of you who came out and supported the Book Launching & Signing on May 7, 2016. Your presence helped to make the event a lively success. Please check out my web page at www.Prinkie.com On my website the Blog page will list interesting information about the "I’m Prinkie" Volume 1 book. It will also list previews of Volume 2: "English Is My Second Language." The News & Events section will show all upcoming Book Signings & Readings, other social events, and releases
In our house, the family shares money. Money and everything else is for the family. The house and all the belongings. Money that comes from the candy/grocery store. The side businesses. Mama Sarah’s regular job. Daddy’s regular job. Everything is for the family. Everything. My family is in the business of making money. I piggy-back on their businesses. Make their experiences pay off for me. And come up with some creative ideas of my own. So no matter what I was doing, I was a
Since I grew up in the segregated south in the 1940s and 1950s, I learned to talk form the people around. They had little or no schooling. Their language was put together by slaves from different parts of Africa. In Volume 2 I talk about how this affected my life then and even now.
At the Book Signing someone asked, "How did you begin to write about yourself?" About two decades ago on January 15, 1995, I started taking notes in my Life Journal, a black and white composition book. I gave each year of my life two pages: the page on the left and the page on the right. I can see them both at the same time. Then I just started to write reminder notes of anything, any event that came to mind. From that day, I would write down the events and the learning from