Lorna Simon has plans to diminish her resume of safe journalism and be known for reporting trendsetting stories. Certain she can persevere her impressive family lineage within her carefree lifestyle as a social butterfly, this notion is put under fire after a night of partying thrusts Lorna into being a news maker instead of a news writer. Lorna alleges she has become the victim of a sexual assault crime committed against her by a woman, Trista, who is a promising event planner and an associate of Lorna’s mother.
Paralyzed with the humiliation of having to publicly defend her sexuality as a heterosexual, Lorna must decide to believe in her bouts of memory loss and forego the incident or rekindle her passion for journalism to protect her livelihood and uphold the integrity of her family.
This is the latest collection of poetry and prose from poet/author/playwright, Nikki Skies. This collection of creative literature colors her life during the uprisings in Ferguson, Mo. and Baltimore, losing her father to cancer, love and her vulnerable fears of raising children. Released October 2015, this is some of Skies’ finest poetic works to date.
A witty, yet inspiring collection of short stories that travel characters through the historic filled streets of Mississippi. The characters of Mississippi Window Cracks come alive with stories of destiny and fate, surrender and love, lessons in reciprocity, modern day health experiments, and surviving through Hurricane Katrina.
“Sensitive and audacious…Nikki’s storytelling is full of human tales with simple truths.” – LA Star Review
“This book embodies an imperative social agenda. Rich in culture and history.” – Writer’s Critique Corner
“Nikki Skies is a poetic warrior with style and honest energy. Powerful, vibrant, passionate and hypnotic expressions surrounds her experience, forcing you to merge with her words.” – Floyd Boykin Jr./CEO and Founder of SpokenVizions
Grace has just survived another brutal holiday season working as a store manager in retail. With the company announcing corporate realignments due to budget constraints, Grace has growing anxiety if whether or not she and her team will get rewarded the sales bonus they worked so hard for. Already having experienced the company not following through on promises, Grace has prepared to take on the motto, “no bonus, no customer service” on what could be her last day of work with the company.
moody Poetry/Spoken Word CD
A collection of poetry and prose with some set to music and others acapella. Fourteen tracks in total!