What I’ve learned after spending some time away. Thoughts from me and lessons from Black Women Writers At Work.
"Your life is already a miracle of chance just waiting on you to shape its destiny"- Toni Morrison
Dusty Trails lead to a golden road
It has been oppressively hot outside, the air is humid, and it is suffocating. It’s hard to breathe […]
Beyoncé’s new “Homecoming” documentary has a thing or two teach us about inclusion. Click to read more…
"We cannot help but be interested in the stories of people that history pushes aside so thoughtlessly." —Min Jin Lee (Pachinko)
In our quest to adult, we often leave behind our inner child. Click the link to read my inner dialogue…
The last episode of “Black-ish” entitled “justakidfromcompton” tackled the ideas of merit and academia. Click the link to read more.
It’s that weird time of the year where the weather isn’t quite sure what it wants to do. The change between hot and cold, bright and dreary sets the mood for reflection as we step into a new season. We start to look back on the intentions we set for the new year. It’s mellow and upbeat. It’s somber but hopeful.
Tomi Adeyemi’s “Children of Blood and Bone” is a fantasy novel that captivating millions of readers, myself included. Find out more about my thoughts on the book by clicking the link.