April Floyd is an undiscovered author from St. Louis, MO. April takes pride in her work, dedicating each novel to those who want books they can’t put down. April's writing style impresses its readers with concise story lines, choosing not to drag the reader through countless words by adding too much description, losing the reader. April's stories are filled with excitement, drama, love, murder, spirituality, family values, comedy, suspense, and erotica. As you turn the pages you will find yourself in your favorite chair with a warm blanket enjoying her unfolding stories. April's main objective is to tell stories that are dear to her heart, causing her to be more passionate about each character as they develop.
April's inspiration comes from being a mother of three, all suffering with physical and mental disabilities, leading her to write about the subject in her first and fourth coming book entitled "Unique." April's inspiration also came from her husband Eddie Floyd Jr., whom is the son of the legendary Blues writer and singer out of Stax. She and her family live in St. Louis, MO.
“The Grove” is a growing business and entertainment neighborhood along Manchester between Kingshighway and Vandeventer in St. Louis City.
SATURDAY in “The Grove” I found a diversity of independently owned restaurants, nightlife establishments, retail shops, and services. It is a thriving center for the LGBT, artist, and cycling communities in the St. Louis area. I noticed a variety of businesses, including bars, hair salons, restaurants, tattoo parlors, gift shops, churches, dress shops, and my favorite, bookstores. I was intrigued by “The Grove’s” welcoming spirit.
What is being built for future generations and why?
This past weekend in downtown Saint Louis celebrated the legends of blues at Soldiers Memorial park. Blues Week Festival 2013 kicked off Friday with Kim Massie, a resident diva queen of our very own St. Louis. Massie showed up with her church-infused spiritual style. Massie’s style is compared to Aretha Franklin, Fontella Bass and Etta James—all soulful singers. Massie’s vocals reached deep into souls standing in the audience that clear night. Massie voice wowed all who heard as her voice permeated the city streets.