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#ShroudedSundays

It’s that time of the week again, #ShroudedSundays. Enjoy this week’s excerpt of A Shrouded Spark as you prepare for your week. Find the first excerpt here! Find the second excerpt here! Advertisements

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#ShroudedSundays

I will be releasing excerpts from A Shrouded Spark every Sunday, #ShroudedSundays–so, enjoy what’s left of your Sunday with this excerpt! Continue reading

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Excerpt from my upcoming novel “A Shrouded Spark

As a writer, the most important contribution I can give to young adults is representation. Through literature, I want to give young adults of color diverse stories that they can see themselves in, stories that I wished I would’ve had … Continue reading

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Black Girls Can Be Magical Too

People need to believe that black girls can be magical too. People need to believe that black girls can save the world. Continue reading

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Becoming an ‘Actual’ Writer

My book isn’t published (working on it) but it exists, it’s tangible, and it’s a reminder that failure isn’t the end. Giving up isn’t the end. Continue reading

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Response to “The Danger of a Single Story”

You can watch the TED Talk here Listening to this TED Talk reaffirmed all of the reasons for which I write. There were so many quotes that I wish I would have caught because it was all so very inspiring. … Continue reading

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