I'm grateful for all the readers, excitement and events for my third novel, SOLEMN. On the book's 1st Birthday, I reflect on how it all began...
We can all magnify our voices this year, to make some serious contributions and change some lives. I hope you take your ideas and visions- a new business, more love in your relationships, superior health, more education- to new heights.
I hope, as this summer played out and I was blessed with many beautiful experiences from SOLEMN, my elders were looking down smiling and watching and knowing how much I appreciated their influence in my life, to bring me the opportunities they dreamed their hard work and sacrifices would yield for others.
I am happy to share this Solemn book review and audio interview completed by my friend, history professor Sharony Green, whom I myself interviewed in 3 Parts here on Negression this past Women's History Month, for her book Remember Me to Miss Louisa: Hidden Black-White Intimacies in Antebellum America. I truly hope you enjoy her … Continue reading I solemnly swear…
Celebrating SOLEMN's Big Week: Essence review, Deep South Interview and Friday Twitter Chat!
My interview with The University of Chicago Magazine: Author Kalisha Buckhanon, AB’99, AM’07, discusses the power of storytelling, Trayvon Martin, and how professor William Veeder changed her life.
God is good...I have to truly say this was probably my best birthday month ever, starting with friends in Chicago and going to beautiful life in Harlem, NY.