Whether you are a student in school, a freelance writer, an author, a journalist, or even a songwriter, there have been instances where you cannot craft a simple line of thought to advance your creative process.

Comic writers are more than just people who have great imaginations. They are also skilled professionals who know how to captivate readers through conversations, scenes, and plot twists.

PHILADELPHIA, PA / ACCESSWIRE / February 23, 2021 / James Braxton Peterson, a professional writer and consultant based in Philadelphia, spoke with Thrive Global and Ideamensch about the keys to becoming an effective leader and successful entrepreneur.

“I hate the writing process.  It’s like bleeding to me.  It’s hard.  It’s difficult.  It’s grueling. I’m my own worst critic.  But I love to see and read the finished product.  It’s like magic.”

Communication is arguably the most important skill humans have. If a concept or a feeling is well articulated, it can influence or impact a reader. Writing is an essential process and can be taught in a variety of ways.

“I decided to be a writer during my graduate training when I was learning how to become an academic and a critical writer. At the same time, I really developed a quiet affinity for creative writing. Reading the great works of African-American and American literature really inspired me to want to be a creative writer.”

By now, scholars, health professionals and even some of us regular folk, know more now about Covid-19 than many or any of us did in the first quarter of 2020.

With over 220,000 mortalities and counting, the only two certainties in the era of the coronavirus are death and our nation’s delayed response to the onslaught of the pandemic.

In March, as the coronavirus hit Philadelphia, photojournalist Raymond Holman, Jr., realized it presented a unique opportunity to tell (and show) the human stories unfolding in our city in the grips of a global pandemic.

Thinking beyond corona is almost an exercise in futility—an unwinnable debate between the equity deficiencies of the old normal and the limited possibilities of a new one—destined to repeat the mistakes of the past.

In a recent viral video on social media, Dr. Stella Immanuel claims to have the cure for the coronavirus: hydroxychloroquine. She also says that we don’t need to wear masks.

In a moment where many Americans are celebrating independence, our nation remains tethered to a rapidly growing pandemic that shows no signs of abating.

Juneteenth, a day that should soon be a national holiday, commemorates the unofficial but actual end of slavery in these United States. The official end of slavery in the U.S. was Lincoln’s “Emancipation Proclamation,” an executive order issued on September 22, 1862, which did not take effect until January of 1863.

The history of Black mourning in America has been punctuated by an ongoing series of Black cultural innovations and syncretic practices transferred from African rituals too sturdy to be erased by the Peculiar Institution.

As the Overton window shifts to center on looting and the burning or destruction of property; as the President chastises governors, calls for looters to be shot or for “vicious dogs” to be trained on protesting American citizens…

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, March 22, 2021 / — Philadelphia-based writer, editor, and consultant James Braxton Peterson is pleased to announce the launch of his new website. The website showcases his career and features the news articles and blog posts through which he has offered valuable insights.