Yesterday I had the privilege to go to the WriteGirl retreat and meet such wonderful ladies who are donating their time to mentor underprivileged girls learn how to write. I also met Lynne Thompson and heard some of her beautiful poetry. Looking to get Lynne to be my next guest poet. Stay tuned.
As always be blessed, be kind and I’ll see you next time.
Happy to state that Inspire Me: Raw was once again number one October 5th & 6th. Great birthday gift. Thank you to all who downloaded. It was greatly appreciated. Please leave a kind honest review. Thank you!
Today I attended the WriteGirl Mentorship training. It’s was an interesting and insightful day. I’m happy to be part of their mentorship program. They help girls from the ages of 13 to 18 years of age with writing. Poetry, songwriting, fiction, and various other genres are offered. Check them out: WriteGirl
Some of you know that I’m also an actor. Acting has been my main focus for many years and still a passion. Recently, I updated my website and it has a clean modern look. Check it out: www.sonialozada.com.
Just added a Store tab to my menu. Currently, have two books out and honored that both have made it to #1 in various categories. It’s so humbling to publish books that are so well received. Feeling blessed. Check out the page here STORE
I was so excited about checking Amazon and seeing #1 New Releases in the New Age: Reincarnation category. Ebook is only $.99 and the paperback is $9.99. It’s a beautiful picture poetry book. Please buy your copy. Thank you and many blessings!
FOLLOW poetry book s coming your way this month. After approving book cover, legalities and finalizing the pictures, we’re happy to say it’s very close to publishing. We’ll reach out to you with release dates. See the previous post for a glimpse at the first stanza and reading.
It is with great privilege to have Luis J. Rodriquez, Los Angeles Poet Laureate 2014 to 2016, discussing his life, inspirations and his poem “Words”. His service to the community and his life-changing insight has influenced underprivileged youth enhance their lives through writing.
Forget is about a woman who reminisces about an abusive relationship and how she changes and moves on with her life. Because of such great feedback I’ve received on the video I’ve decided to release. I thought at first it might have been too strong of a subject but like the poem states “Reality needs exposure”. I felt I should practice my own words. Here’s a link to the actual poem FORGET
Enjoy and I would love to hear from you. If you have problems with the link below, try this FORGET poem