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Introducing: My Hubby!

Posted by on January 15, 2014

The other day my hubby came to me and was like: I’m going to start a blog. Okaaaay.

And he did.

Okay, so I encouraged him to blog a long time ago. You see, he has these books burning inside him. Non-fiction as opposed to my fantasy. And I told him, BLOG it. Well, he isn’t actually blogging about his books, yet, but he definitely has some great insights and a different perspective.

100_0205I might have mentioned my hubby a time or two. My first novel is dedicated to him. Back in October, I shared a bit about his story. Dreams Reborn. James grew up in one of the poorest communities in Zambia, Africa. He has overcome many obstacles. Like dropping out of school to support his family when his mother had died and his dad broke his back. Today he is a University of Texas graduate and a web programmer. You’ll have to ask him about his story, I could never do it justice.

So today, I want to formally introduce y’all to my hubby and his new endeavor.

Outside Looking In. A blog dedicated to addressing modern day issues.

That said. I should also mention that he has the Midas touch. Whatever he touches, turns to gold. His first two posts have shot out into cyberspace like horses at the races.

His first post, When Cultural Expectations Don’t Line Up With Reality came in at 31 Facebook shares and 91 views the day it was published.

His second post, How Does She Do It?, clocked in at 101 Facebook shares and 181 views on the day it was published.


Anyways, stop by his blog, look around, and welcome him to the blog-o-sphere.

Hope y’all have a great rest of the week!

10 Responses to Introducing: My Hubby!

  1. Cindi Clubbs

    Awww!! Adorable family! I signed up to receive emails from his blog too because How Does She Do It is really a good article. I loved the last line: I can help her. That’s sweet:))

    • J.L. Mbewe

      Thanks Cindi! I’m so glad you enjoyed his articles. He really has some great insight…of course, I might be a little bias. 😉

  2. Emerald Barnes

    Welcome, hubby! 😀 lol I followed his blog and liked his Facebook page! 😀

  3. sparksofember

    Very cool. I’m checking it out right now!

  4. Kassandra Lamb

    Wow, he is off to a great start! (And your kids are adorable, btw 😀 )

    • J.L. Mbewe

      Hey Kassandra! Yes, he is! And thank you; these kiddos are the only one who can melt my heart and boil my blood, ha! Thanks for stopping by!

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