“Equals Greatness” is a perfectly balanced multi-genre book that contains the author’s powerful mini-autobiography which gives her very honest and heartfelt account of her experience as a domestic violence survivor. It won an AWP Journal Entry nomination for the state of Kentucky in 2011. In addition, the book contains a combination of seventy poems and short stories that she has written since then. The subject matter reaches the entire spectrum from rape, incest, sexual and emotional violations, racism, empowerment, betrayal, love, body positivity, and faith. Her first published piece “Surprise Ending,” published by the Voices Project touches on the very hard topic of parenting. Her social justice pieces speak of past and present injustices that helped to shape her beliefs as an activist. Her social justice poems “ I Don’t Want to be Black” and “Eradication of Ventriloquy” was published in May 2019 by SOS Art 2019. Her narrative poems tap into the African American oral tradition. Her lyrical poems are full of wisdom. The inspirational poems will encourage you, uplift your spirit, and increase your faith in God. You will enjoy this book from beginning to end.