Author: earthatone

13-17yrs, 18 & over, inspirational, personal development, Resources

Cursive Out: More than a Daily Planner


I have recently developed a Planner and Journal series to impart time management techniques, as well as empower by sharing tools, tips, advice, and quotes, as well as resources. My latest release is theEveryday Excellence Student Planner, featuring a phenomenal, child runway model, little Ms. Celai West and the chic, vibrant photography of Ms. Katie

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18 & over, civic duty, commentary, Journalism / Mass Media

The Jock & the Scholar: Presidential Debate Op-ed


The First Debate Walking into the Apollo Theater, Monday evening, September 26th, I saw the crowd of viewers waiting outside, swelling with anticipation. We knew this, being the first of the Presidential Debates between Hillary Rodem Clinton and Donald Trump, was going to be something else. This debate was slated to be one of the

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Writing and Waiting: Final Installment


“Imagine my pleasure and surprise when I get to page 140 and saw me! Love Changes is wonderful, perfect for the beach! When I sit in the sun, I read.” — Nikki Giovanni (via postcard from Aruba) “….Eartha Watts-Hicks puts some young women’s lives in perspective. It’s extremely well-written. Reading about the reality of what’s

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, blog series, career exploration, Education, inspirational, Motivational (Coaching, Speaking, etc)

Writing and Waiting: Author Chronicles Installment 3


Writing and Waiting: Getting the help I needed   Writing this novel, I originally thought I could complete it on my own in a few months. Almost three years later, I had accumulated nearly four hundred pages, but they were not in sequence. They weren’t even in any logical order. What I had was four

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, blog series, career exploration, Education, Motivational (Coaching, Speaking, etc)

Writing and Waiting: Author Chronicles Installment 2


I’ve spent almost ten years writing the same novel. Sometimes I ask myself why that’s the case, even though I know full well the reason why. For starters, I had this grandiose vision of what I wanted Love Changes to be, even before I put the first word on paper. I wanted all the sass

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