Columbia, SC

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THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF RO AND MO

Writers. Authors. Thinkers. Storytellers.

 
Notebook and Pen

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Ro and Mo are lifelong friends. The word "friend" doesn't seem adequate enough to describe them.  People have asked why haven't they ever been romantically involved.  But even that undermines the depth of what they have. Their relationship is hard for others to describe. But they have chosen to share their stories with the world and reveal what makes their friendship unique.

This is their coming of age story.  Their friendship, life goals, and dreams were established and rooted during these times.  Join them on this adventure of sharing their Growing Tales.

 

RO-ING AND MO-ING: GROWING TALES

September 20, 2019

Ro and Mo have been Ro-ing and Mo-ing all their lives. However, writing Growing Tales only started a year and a half ago.  They can't wait for you to read these collection of short stories! Go on over to their store, purchase today and let them know what you think.

 
 

WHAT IMPACTED OUR CHILDHOOD?

Civil Rights Acts of 1866, 1875, 1957, 1960, 1964, 1968; Construct of White Supremacy, Patriarchy

Assassinations of Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., Robert F. Kennedy

Star Trek, Star Wars, Good Times, Sanford and Sons, Scooby Doo, Hong Kong Phooey, School House Rock, Bionic Woman, 6 Million Dollar Man, Monday Night Football

July 20, 1969 Moon Landing, Digital Watch, Boom Box, Personal Computer, Arcade Games

Vietnam War, Shirley Chisolm, Representative Barbara Jordan, President Jimmy Carter, Governor Dick Riley, President Ronald Reagan

The Jackson 5, Commodores, Isley Brothers, Prince, Marvin Gaye, Donna Summer, Natalie Cole, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross

 

"Know your friends and then you prosper. Don't be mean towards your friends. They are like a watered field and greater than any material riches that you may have, for what belongs to one belongs to another. The character of one who is well born should be a profit to him. Good nature is a memorial."

- Ptahhotep

 

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