About Descriptionari

Descriptionari was founded to inspire young writers, to help our creative visionaries to publish sooner. Youth are idealists and we need their song in the world. They are our children, our beating hearts.

Angela Caroline Abraham is a published author and the founder of Descriptionari. Her work is sold internationally and Descriptionari reaches millions of children, youth and young adults in over a hundred different countries.

Above all, writing is a healing art and those who write heal both themselves and others. Technical writing skills such as punctuation are best taught separately.

Write from the heart and you will always move in a positive direction. We writers bare our own scars in our craft, and it is an immensely brave gift that heals others as well as the self.

Angela Caroline Abraham, Founder of Descriptionari

Angela has entered the idea search for TED 2020 in Vancouver, Canada. Her talk "We're All Right." Most people think that the violence and hatred in the world is a part of human nature, but Angela explains that with a shift in the environment human brain development and physiology alters in a way that fundamentally changes how we show up as a species. The talk she proposes to TED is about why we need that new environment and how it is possible.

Contact Angela for podcast interviews, as a talk show guest or key note speaker via angelacarolineabraham@gmail.com.

So many writers have great technical ability and Angela is certainly one of them. What makes her writing unique, however, is the heart, soul, and spirit she brings to every page, every paragraph, every sentence, every word. That love conquers, time heals, and the pen is mightier are clichés—but not for Angela. In her work as in her life, these are foundational expressions of empathy, optimism, and courage that offer readers rare value and rich experiences.

Steve Peha, Author of the award-winning book for young authors, Be a Better Writer

Descriptionari Founder Angela Abraham talks to Wes Hall on Accelerated Radio about Social Evolution. We can all be a part of "Team Earth".

Mr. Wes Hall is an Arthur Vining Davis Fellow, An Aspen Institute Scholar, An Educational Consultant to the Los Angeles Unified School District, Author, and Weekly Radio Talk Show Host. His radio show, “The You Are the Money Radio Show,” has attracted some of the top talent in the country including Director/Actor Bill Duke, Grammy Award Winner Eric Benet,

Actress Kym Whitley, B.E.T. Lifetime Award Winner, R&B Superstar Charlie Wilson, World- Renowned Motivational Speaker Les Brown, and many more.

Mr. Hall co-created the Young Men of Color Initiative for the Los Angeles Unified School District. He currently manages the District-Wide project, which helps young men gain academic proficiency. His work garnered him an invitation to the White House, where he met with some of the top leaders in the country to discuss ways to close the academic achievement gap. In 2018, in celebration of his work to make the Los Angeles community a better place to live, the Los Angeles Clipper’s Basketball Organization honored Mr. Hall with their prestigious Community Hero Award. Mr. Hall travels the country as a Renowned Keynote Speaker and

Professional Development Trainer for teachers. His radio show airs live every Thursday, 11am- pst. on Accelerated Radio.net

You can find out more about social evolution and Descriptionari in this talk between Tony D'Urso and Angela Abraham that aired on 31 May, 2019.

In the past 3 1/2 years Tony:

  • Launched Revenue Chat Radio and then, The Spotlight with Tony DUrso — now merged into One Giant: The Tony DUrso Show.
  • The Tony DUrso Show gets 60,000 downloads per weekly episode.
  • Tony’s shows have 4 Million downloads to date.
  • He’s the number one show on VoiceAmerica Influencers Channel.
  • Tony is an Amazon bestseller, Elite Entrepreneurs.
  • He helps millions of entrepreneurs learn from the success of others.
  • Tony teaches The Vision Map™, the testament to his success.
  • (Proper spelling is D’Urso but as search engines get confused, the  [‘] is dropped to make it simpler.)