Mollie, shares some excellent freelancing (especially if you’re an editor) advice. We talked about everything from how she got started, finding clients, setting rates, and her favorite editing resources.
disintegrates after an injury halts her career as a ballerina and she moves from Paris to America with her husband. Working as a cashier in a store, she begins to slip into disordered eating. At first, her husband Matthias tries to maintain normalcy, acting like all is well. Eventually, he convinces her to get treatment after she faints in the bathroom one night.
Author Alicia D. Williams is the author of the powerful debut novel, Genesis Begins Again. Her book tackles many issues, but it’s hard to ignore the role of colorism in this book. I spoke to Alicia about the reasons why this theme came easily to her, the similarities between her and Genesis, and how she balances work as a middle-grade history teacher with writing.
January was a great month for reading! I read 15 phenomenal books including picture books, chapter books, middle grade, YA, adult fiction and non-fiction. Read to see my five favorite reads in January.
How to launch a freelance career, the editing society in Nigeria, two favorite podcast episodes, and a list of Caribbean books to look out for in 2019.
Anissa Gray’s debut novel is a powerful look at the ways only family can hurt us. The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls boasts a lineup of compelling women with serious, complex issues.