There have been so many people and situations that have crossed my mind and been laid on my heart since we’ve entered this unprecedented global pandemic.
Self-proclaimed identity rights rabble-rouser TaRessa Stovall refuses to let the world define her. She is sharing her story in her memoir. I recently spoke with her about SWIRL GIRL: Coming of Race in the USA.
Join me at my new blog Black Fiction Addiction where I’m celebrating black books and the authors who create them. You can also connect with Black Fiction Addiction on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Kimberly Speed, an educator with Hoover City Schools, wants mommas to take a minute to breathe as we all try and settle into our new normal. I recently spoke to the May 2020 Momma of the Month.
With the state of the world now, I see posts on social media more now than ever before with people requesting prayer, mainly for a loved one or friend who might be going through. I am a strong believer in the power of prayer, so I’m all for these posts. I’ve learned when I […]
Life and executive coach Tasha M. Scott wants to help leaders and women grow. I recently spoke with her about her book Fight for Your Night Level: Reclaim Victory from Shame, Guilt, Fear and Pain.
Prolific author A.C. Arthur is putting a new spin on her beloved Donovan Dynasty series by introducing UK Donovans. I recently spoke with her about her latest release Roark.
Dr. Tammie McCurry wants readers to know there is hope. I recently spoke to her about her book Under The Shadow: Our Journey with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD).
Author Earl Sewell has taken his love of books behind the scenes in order to narrate a book. I recently spoke to him about his work for Chasing Space.
If you’re looking for new recipes or want to get some cooking done in between your reading, check out the Fit for a King cookbook from some of your favorite authors.