Friday, February 26, 2016
Thursday, February 25, 2016
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Check out http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AJSKIDG.
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Friday, February 19, 2016
Gotta love my Gorsum earbuds. We all know how funny I am with my earbuds and headphones.
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Thursday, February 18, 2016
This post was made possible by my friends at #thermalabs, my favorite way to tan.
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
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Tuesday, February 16, 2016
There are so many but I'm going to have to go with the fact that S is Harry Truman's actual middle name, because it combines my love for presidential history with a truly baffling idea that a middle name could be a single letter because his parents couldn't agree on an actual name.
Tell me yours in the comments...I may just add it to my notebook. :)
Monday, February 15, 2016
A discussion of pop culture, the Super Bowl, GenZ Publishing, and more on A2D Radio! (Morissa’s spot begins at 30:30!)
Filed under: EW, Performer, Singer, writing
Sunday, February 14, 2016
Friday, February 12, 2016
Check out Morissa’s guide to writing and see what people are saying about it on social media.
— Leanne Rathbone (@leandy182) February 12, 2016
Filed under: Writer, writing
The Buzz Bookstore has a wonderful project to capture the reading of all of Shakespeare’s Sonnets on film. Morissa was so glad to be asked to participate in reading Sonnet 76.
Filed under: Performer, Writer
Thursday, February 11, 2016
“Last June, after graduating from Drew University, I was all set to begin my life as a grad student at NYU. I had my acceptance letter in hand when I decided that this was not actually the school for me. It was time for a new plan.
I was in the process of having VIP Ink Publishing publish my book, but at the same time, I saw so many young writers and students with talent not getting the recognition that they deserved. I realized how difficult it is for new and young writers to be published. And thus, GenZ Publishing was born.
I started writing up my business plan. I showed it to my father (Leon), an entrepreneur himself, who encouraged me more than anyone could possibly dream. He gave me advice and steered me in the right direction. I kept planning my business for months, while I began graduate study at Monmouth University. Then, VIP Ink released my book, and it became a bestseller. That reinforcement reignited my need to help other talented new writers get published.
I officially launched GenZ on November 23. I had no marketing budget or allowance. I only had my work ethic. I began promoting my new company via social media. I would often stay up until 4am, trying to find the perfect new writers for my company and ways to make GenZ a success.
Then, in December, I received an email from Kevin W. Peery who had written an incredible poetry book. I was a huge fan of Mr. Peery’s music (If you haven’t heard “Life’s Too Short,” you’re really missing out) and decided that he would be GenZ’s first published author. I am so glad I did.
Mr. Peery’s book is now in the top 10 of Amazon’s Hot New Releases for American Poetry, and I could not be prouder.
The past couple months have felt like years in how quickly GenZ has grown. We now have twelve signed authors and have gotten dozens of query letters in the past few weeks. The authors have formed an amazing community and are such talented and kind individuals. We are publishing everything from supernatural thriller to autobiographical inspirational books to YA sci-fi.
GenZ has grown so quickly to become something even better than I could have possibly imagined. I am so thankful and cannot wait to see what happens next.”
Filed under: Blog, Fiverr, Writer, writing
My friends at Kissi Couture are all about style for girls who play golf...
If there is one thing that young girls have in common, it is a desire to play dress up. Kissi Couture understands this and has finally introduced to the world an apparel line that has girls even looking forward to playing golf.
From barbie dolls and princess dresses to the latest teen fashion trends, girls have always liked pretty things. Why is it then so difficult to find cute styles for girls within golf? How could the golf fashion industry overlook using style as a way to attract more girls to the sport? These are exactly the questions my daughters Morgan and Makenna Rodriguez began asking when they started competing in junior golf.
Determined to design trendy clothes that would inspire young girls to play golf, the Rodriguez
Sisters decided to launch Kissi Couture in 2012. Kissi Couture has since exploded into a nationwide apparel brand with increasing demand amongst Junior Golf Girls.
Through stylish, original apparel, Kissi Couture now inspires even non-golfers to want to dress like golf divas. Kissi Couture offers a variety of adorable looks; including bright colors, pageant sashes, splatter paint prints, ruffle skorts, and a KC crest logo that will have any girl feeling like a princess. Some of Kissi Couture's specialty garments even feature playful sayings such as "Kiss My Putt", or a seasonal "Ho Ho Hole In One". Girls just want to have fun, and Kissi Couture now allows golf girls an outlet through which to do so.
Inspire a young golf diva you know with adornments that will have her skipping down the fairway. Kissi Couture, cute, trendy apparl for your Diva Athlete.
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Monday, February 8, 2016
Listen to Morissa on A2DRadio.com tomorrow morning at 10:30 as she talks about GenZ Publishing, the Superbowl halftime show, and what pop culture says about society.
Filed under: Performer, Singer
Friday, February 5, 2016
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
A very special ‘Meet the Author’ event is scheduled in Morissa’s hometown of Woodbridge, NJ at the Sewaren Library. This event is very dear to Morissa as the sixth generation of her family to have grown up in Woodbridge.
Filed under: Performer, Writer, writing
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