After a few weeks on the road, I'm settling back into my regularly scheduled program and sifting through my thoughts on a number of things. I got a head start, however, at the tail end of last week, while volunteering at the 99U Conference in New York. Let me back up a little bit: a … Continue reading Doing Away with Hobbies
Welcome to May! To those for whom April is an especially busy season, making it to May feels like a major achievement. To those about to sleep...I salute you 🙂 As a little end of the school year treat, I'm offering a discount on books, something I haven't done in a while! Consider them for … Continue reading Hooray for May Book Sale!
So remember last week when I shared my plans for a summer project? Well...now I have one for you. I'm of the belief that everyone has a story to tell. Back in 2013, I did, and that story eventually turned into a book. Throughout my process and well after, I got a lot of questions … Continue reading YOU, IN PRINT (v. 2.0): Registration Now Open!
One of my favorite, and most popular, posts is about the empowering nature of Derek Waters' Drunk History for women. It creates a safe space for them to drink without the dire consequences frequently befalling women on television, and positions them as both reliable narrators (for the storytellers), and as figures of historical significance (for the story subjects). … Continue reading Drunk History’s Guide to Black History
As a treat for you all to celebrate my next steps, and to provide a discount at the end of the year when money is tight, I'm pleased to announce that both of my books are on sale this week! Head to Createspace for a 30% discount on paperback copies of THE I'S HAVE IT … Continue reading Thanksgiving Week Book Sale!
I'm so excited to share with you my next project, and I hope it's one you'll be interested in joining me on. I published my first book, THE I'S HAVE IT, in January 2014 after a whirlwind year or so brainstorming, researching, writing, preparing, and marketing. Somehow, the whole endeavor didn't put me off the … Continue reading Coming Next Month: YOU, IN PRINT