Let's Talk About It- Honest Conversation about Things that Matter

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Let's talk about it, is a welcomed conversation about important matters that affect us all. Join me on a journey from a different perspective. More

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About Derrick L, Sr

First and foremost allow me to welcome you to my profile.

I'm from Columbus, OH. Writing has always been a passion of mines since I was 7 years old. I wrote poetry and even drew comic books coming up. The process of creating a story and completing it gave me joy. As I got older I began to grow as a writer and learned how to write songs. Doing poetry for the first part of my life helped me as a songwriter as you can imagine. However, I still wanted to go back to writing stories that everyone can enjoy.

After my move to Atlanta I had some success with music and even joined the recording academy. However I thought it was time that I grew the aspect of my writing skills that I had left behind. Yes I can write many different styles of music but I wanted to challenge myself. I've always been an avid reader, but I began to focus on how books were put together. I paid attention to the psychology behind the wording and really became a student of writing and understanding what it really meant to be an author.

2014 is when I began to write my first book "Let's Talk About It". I go into further detail about the story behind how it came to be in the book. It was once a book without form, only an idea of inspiration. All that I knew is I wanted to talk to the people in a way that I counsel people in my personal life frequently. I'm proud to have come this far and put together this work for you to enjoy. I'm proud of "Lets Talk About It" and all that it addresses. Thank you for your time and attention.

Reviews

Review by: Amy Shannon on March 1, 2017 :
A process that starts with a journey

Writing this book was a self journey for this author. He tells the story of his process, and then delves into different aspects of personal lives. He discusses relationships and how things can breakdown. He writes well, and writes about his own thoughts and opinions on different topics. It is interesting and something that is well worth the read. From love, to adulthood, to being African American, to racism, he discusses it. "We look in history and find that we don’t matter because the true contribution that we have made to this country is hidden and downplayed."
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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