I had the pleasure of interviewing Ronnie Sidney II, author, entrepreneur, mobile app creator, and former special needs student. When I read his news story online, I was so impressed by his story and his journey, especially having a son who is special needs. I wanted something to inspire other families dealing with this challenge
Happy Tuesday! Isn’t this a treat; 2 blogs in one week?! Well blame it on Coronavirus and being on a voluntary quarantine. I just found out that school will be delayed all the way until May 15th (yaaaaay, rolls eyes). Now, I must deal with keeping two kids under 9 occupied while working from home.
Hello and Happy Monday!!! Recently, I have seen an increase in virtual book readings due to the Coronavirus. I wanted to offer an author reading as well but it is quite difficult with my kids being home from school. Pre-Corona, I sent my book to a young lady I met through Instagram that did book
I know it is easy to rely on fear not faith given this Corona pandemic. Especially when you are bombarded with posts on social media that do nothing but create anxiety over what is it to come. It is also easy to feel depression when having to stay put at home to avoid contact with
Due to the conclusion of Black history month drawing near, I wanted to end the month highlighting books that I have come to love. These books have offered me inspiration and motivated me to keep going, when I have come to some dead ends in my business. These books have uplifted me not just as
This fellow autism mom and Instagram friend is someone I met through social media when I was advertising my book on a neighborhood website, Nextdoor. She was interested in purchasing my first book, Trey the Chef, to build her son’s book collection. She was so gracious and sweet that we quickly built a friendship and
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