I’m remaking History Lessons (with Auto Tune)

I know a lot of you have been following some of my latest releases and some of them have sucked. History Lessons was a complete wreck of an album and I’ve been wanting to correct that mistake for over two years. The album was rushed as I was travelling back and forth from Indonesia to see my then-girlfriend.

I have recently discovered autotune which I am just playing around with at the moment. I’m not going to rush the album again, I’m going to rewrite a lot of it and use royalty-free beats as backing to save time. Constructing sound is harder than simply singing and it will probably be better sounding anyway.

I’ve already redesigned an old cover for this albums cover image. It looks great.

I’ve also been busy looking for another distributor as the last one, RouteNote, was exhausting. They removed my album The Complete Collection without any notice. They had me jumping through hoops every week just to keep my music in online stores. I’ve lost so much revenue because of their incompetence and after two years of being with them I’ve decided to remove my entire catalogue from their website and I am in the process of uploading it all with a different distributor who has today approved my upload.

In terms of my album History Lessons, I know that I have made a lot of songs about my ex-girlfriends, but this time I’m going to rap about something else. After the last song, which landed me in a U.K. court, I’ve had to rethink my attitude towards music and what can and can’t be said on a song. I hope free-speech returns to the U.K. one day but for now, I’m just going to take the necessary measures to avoid being taken back to court.

I’m going to start rewriting the lyrics to the album shortly. You can follow my progress by subscribing to this news feed or signing up as a member of this website. I pretty much only use this website now and if you want to chat I’m always available here.

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Make Money Online

Making money online from home is actually pretty easy if you have an internet connection. This article will show you some of the ways I have made money online.


1. The Online Surveys

It is as easy as it sounds. Certain websites offer money or vouchers for your time. They will offer you a number of surveys to participate in. Research companies are always recruiting new members to answer surveys and you can make as much as £10 an hour for your time. If you are like me, who is never far away from a computer, then it makes sense to have a window open to one of these sites. I have only used SwagBucks and YouGov so far, but there are far more sites out there with the same principal.

2. Rewards-Based Sign-Ups

20Cogs is one that offers huge sums of money, but it also requires you to put money into the sites it gives you. It may ask you to put £10 into a website and it will give you £10 for your efforts. Sometimes it will give you a cog that requires subscriptions to be completed, but you can cancel subscriptions after a few days. You can also gain money from inviting friends. My personal experience with them is mixed, but that’s not to say it isn’t for you. If you are a gambler, then it seems this could benefit you because it gets you to sign up to different gambling sites that have sign-up bonuses.

3. Becoming A Tester

Becoming a product tester is easy to apply for, but harder to be chosen. I have only signed up to test a couple of products and I have not been chosen thus far. If you are chosen, however, you test, review and then keep the products. You can then sell them or keep the products yourself. Whichever you choose is a profit.

4. Selling Stock Photo’s

I have only just found out about this form of making money. If you’re a photo happy person with great shots people may want to use, you can sell photo’s on Adobe Stock and other photo stock selling websites. Whether you take great landscape photo’s or have some amazing general snaps you think people will buy, then this is a great way to go.

5. Website Advertising

If you have your own website then you definitely want to monetise it with adverts. Google Adsense is the best option to get adverts on your website and get paid. You can fit it in around your website without too much disruption.

6. The Freelancer

If you have skills, why not sell them. Certain sites like Fiverr allow freelancers to charge for services such as; Writing, Music, Art and so on. There are plenty of categories to enter yourself into. Even if you feel like you don’t have any particular skill, there is something you could do for someone on it. I cannot speak highly enough of this particular website. It has been amazing for me.

7. The Music

I have been an indie artist for many years and I have been quite successful. If you have an ear for music then you can make simple loop music digitally. There are a lot of free music production tools online. You can the either sell it as royalty free music to various people or websites, or you can find a free distributor, such as RouteNote, and sell it online as an independent musician. You can also review music for around £60 per month on SliceThePie, which doesn’t sound much, but if you love music, might as well get paid for your time.

8. Gaming

There are plenty of ways to make a revenue through playing games. You can now stream game-play directly to website like YouTube and Twitch and if you manage to get enough followers of your streams then you could find lots of money in your bank via advertisements and donations. Alternatively, you can become a games tester. In early stages of game creation, the developers need hundreds of testers to find glitches and so on. You can be paid up to £300 per day for your efforts.

9. Voice Acting

If you’re into acting, but don’t want to leave your home, then try voice acting. All you need is a microphone and a bit of software on your computer. Who knows where it could end. Again, you could use Fiverr to get clients and set the prices you want.

10. Competitions

There are lots of free websites online where they give away products or money as prizes. You won’t have to pay anything out and if you’re lucky enough to win, you instantly profit. I have only just started on the competitions, but MyOffers seems legit and fingers crossed I win something.


I hope you enjoyed reading this article and most importantly, I hope it makes you money. Don’t be shy to share it on social media and don’t forget to subscribe to my website for updates.

Good Luck making easy money!

AFRICAN AMERICAN NOVELIST CREATES TWO THRILLER NOVELS AND IS WORKING ON A THIRD AND FOURTH


Former State of California Worker Seeks Thrills After Retirement

Sir Robert Winchell may soon be joining the ranks of Easy Rawlins, Charlotte Justice and Aaron Gunner, some of the most famous fictional African-American murder mystery detectives.

Winchell is a California-born, Harvard-educated, Scotland Yard detective who has been knighted by the Queen of England for his investigative skills. With a dependable reputation for solving crimes, the discrete but ever-observant Winchell has become the go-to man who powerful people call upon when they are in need of a detective.

The gregarious but astute Winchell debuted in A Murder in our Midst where a college friend’s apparent suicide leads him to uncover many secrets in the friend’s family including a motive for his murder. In his next appearance, Death Comes for the President, Winchell unearths that the leader of the free world’s apparent poisoning is connected to a series of unexplained deaths at Washington DC’s prestigious Walter Reed Medical Center.

The mastermind behind the fictional but fascinating Sir Robert Winchell is the loquacious, charming author, William Turner, a former supervisor of workman’s compensation claims with the state of California. Upon retirement, Turner put bureaucratic paperwork behind him and turned his attention to creating Winchell, who he freely admits is his alter ego.

“Nothing had ever come easily for me. I always had to struggle to accomplish what I have,” says the 71-year-old Turner, who lives in Lancaster, California, an hour north of Los Angeles. “Winchell is much the same way. We’re both African-American, both educated, both have well-to-do friends.”

As an African-American man, Turner is conscious of race relations, a theme that recurs throughout the novels. Winchell being African-American sometimes impedes his investigation, despite his impressive credentials.

The two novels have earned Turner glowing reviews, several hardcore mystery readers offering the ultimate compliment, “Wow, I didn’t see that coming.” Consequently, Turner’s dedicated fans are anxious for more. Turner is busy working on two more Winchell mysteries, The Corpses Beneath the Tree, where Winchell stumbles upon a murder while on vacation, and Murder in the Vicarage, about the death of a priest.

Writing has been a passion for Turner ever since his college days at Boston University where he majored in English. When a professor wrote a nasty comment on one of his papers, “It’s amazing the rate of illiteracy here in the United States,” Turner was devastated. However, he consulted friends who advised him to develop more style for his writing. So, he began voraciously reading to observe the style of other writers.

“Little did I realize that I had been influenced by Agatha Christie because those were the books that I read, the sentence variations, the technique she used and all that,” says Turner, who lists Christie as his favorite author.

Born in Birmingham, Alabama, but raised in Boston, Turner headed to California after college, tired of the bitterly cold New England winters. He had just $5 and a MasterCard credit card in his pocket when he arrived, but soon got a job as a clerk in the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office.

His advice to novice writers is to stick with it. Occasional self-doubt is inevitable, but don’t let that discourage you in the long run. Just keep honing your craft.

“The conversations you have, the everyday encounters, those are things that trigger the imagination and get it started,” says Turner who has one son and three grandchildren. “The mind, the more you think about it, it fills in the other portions and you take it there. I never commence writing until the story has fully developed because that way you will preclude writers block.”

His first two books, “A Murder In Our Midst” and “Death Comes For The President” are available on Amazon

The Great Illuminati Fraud

In 2017 I decided to try to join the Illuminati through their website https://www.illuminatiofficial.org/ Here is what happened.

1) I signed up through email. They told me that a representative would contact me in a few days. After a few days I received an email. The email gave me a clue as to what the founding principles of the organisation represented. I was instantly confronted with adverts to buy their books and a silver pendent chain.

2) I followed them on social media. As far as I knew, the Illuminati were a secret society, yet here they were, asking me to follow their very public pages on Facebook, Twitter and so on. I must also mention that their pages are filled with adverts to their merchandise.

3) The real illuminati disbanded many years ago. I did further research after seeing them extorting money from gullible people. It appears that the illuminati were a real group of influential people, but they were disbanded by a European Monarch in the 18th century.

4) When I began Calling them out on social media they ceased all communication with me. I have been the leading member of The Faith Of Solara since 2009 and I have never asked those I seek to help for money. I found the Illuminati to be a dangerous and exploitative group of people whose sole purpose is to take riches from an already impoverished people. The promise they give people is that somehow, wearing their merchandise and reading their books will magically make them rich and powerful. The irony being that this group will leave you poor and possibly homeless.

My message to you. If people pertain to have your best interests at heart, they will never ask for money in return for their help. Please do not feed the purses of these unscrupulous people any longer. Spread this message to anyone currently involved with this group.

The Physics of Death

In life, the human body comprises matter and energy. That energy is both electrical (impulses and signals) and chemical (reactions). The same can be said about plants, which are powered by photosynthesis, a process that allows them to generate energy from sunlight.

But what if instead of looking at death from a biological perspective, we examine it from a physics standpoint? More specifically, let’s look at how our energy is redistributed after we die.

Even though it’s an inexorable part of life, for many people, death — or at least the thought of ceasing to exist forever — can be a scary thing. The disturbing things that happen to the body during decomposition — the process by which cells and tissues begin to break down post mortem — are bad enough.

When we die, our energy is redistributed throughout the universe according to the law of conservation of energy. While this should not be confused with our consciousness living forever, our energy continuing after we’re gone could make death a less scary prospect.

The process of energy generation is much more complex in humans, though. Remarkably, at any given moment, roughly 20 watts of energy course through your body — enough to power a light bulb — and this energy is acquired in a plethora of ways. Mostly, we get it through the consumption of food, which gives us chemical energy. That chemical energy is then transformed into kinetic energy that is ultimately used to power our muscles.

As we know through thermodynamics, energy cannot be destroyed. It simply changes states. The total amount of energy in an isolated system does not, and cannot, change. And thanks to Einstein, we also know that matter and energy are two rungs on the same ladder.

The universe as a whole is closed. However, human bodies (and other ecosystems) are not closed — they’re open systems. We exchange energy with our surroundings. We can gain energy (again, through chemical processes), and we can lose it (by expelling waste or emitting heat).

In death, the collection of atoms of which you are composed (a universe within the universe) are repurposed. Those atoms and that energy, which originated during the creation of the Universe, will always be around. Therefore, your “light,” that is, the essence of your energy — not to be confused with your actual consciousness — will continue to echo throughout space until the end of time.