Self-Care Sunday Highlight: Unplugging

One thing that I haven't done in a while that I plan on starting to do. Have you ever unplugged?  By unplugging, I mean turning off your laptop and tablet, logging off all social media, putting your phone on Do Not Disturb or silent (even turning it off for that matter), and just secluding yourself … Continue reading Self-Care Sunday Highlight: Unplugging

5 Things I’ve Changed to Be Better

I recently listened to a podcast that was discussing change, and how each person has changed for the better throughout their life.  It made me sit back and think of 5 things I've worked towards or changed in my life to make myself become a better person. Pleasing People: I stopped trying to please everyone.  I used … Continue reading 5 Things I’ve Changed to Be Better

Chill Out; We Still Care About That, Too. 

I saw a post that really bothered me the other day; and truth be told, it bothers me on a frequent level (about as frequent as I see it). Everyone who's not living under a rock or in denial knows that the world is in shambles, and between living in the era of #Cheeto45, racial … Continue reading Chill Out; We Still Care About That, Too. 

Self-Care Sunday Highlight: People

Aligning yourself with the right people can be some of the best therapy you can attain. Some may look at people and think "nah. When I'm about self-care it's just about me". I feel you, and I agree; most of my self-care is selfish me time and I don't want to be bothered with the … Continue reading Self-Care Sunday Highlight: People

Sneak Peek: How it Really Went Down

Check out the sneak peek preview of the introduction of my e-book, How it Really Went Down 🙂

Whitney N. Cason

In honor of my book’s one year anniversary, I present to the world the introduction to my e-book titled How it Really Went Down!  Check out how Liyah plans on telling her side of how things went down between her, Chante and Trey!


When you have known someone almost your entire life, you find it hard to believe that in an instant, they can be your worst enemy.  Never in a million years did I think that Chante and I would become this way.

Chante and I were more than best friends; we were sisters.  She always said “blood couldn’t make us any closer” and she was right.  Chante was my right hand and I was her left.  We were there for each other throughout all of life’s good times and bad; there was nothing we wouldn’t do for each other.

So, I’m sure you all are wondering…

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Awesome offer going on now! #PWFAnniversary

Whitney N. Cason

Today is the 1 year anniversary of my published novel, Playing with Fire!!

I wrote a dedication post about this day on my personal blog, (check it out here!), but today I wanted to give you all a treat. You ready?

For today through April 28, you can purchase an AUTOGRAPHED copy of my novel, Playing with Fire, for only 9.75!!! This is a 25% off deal going on starting today!!!!

Click on the Shop link NOW, to purchase your copy!!


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A Disruption in the Force…

  There's been a disruption in the force, and it's messing with all that is right and normal in my world. I haven't been myself, and I hope to change that.  I have suffered from low motivation and drive to do anything that I love.  My job has been more than overwhelming last month, but … Continue reading A Disruption in the Force…