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Happy Pub Day Reshonda Tate Billingsley (@ReShondaT) and Kind of to Me

Last year, I came across an opportunity to submit a personal essay on motherhood to a book that national bestselling author ReShonda Tate Billingsley was putting together. It was hard for me to come up with a topic because motherhood is so complex and I wanted to write something that would make a difference if

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Resources & Goals: 3/12–3/18 Why Did I Stay Up All Night Edition

One of the movies I watched religiously as a teenager is Class Act. My favorite line from the movie is “Reading is fundamental.” In the 80s and 90s I learned that I needed to know how to read. Somewhere between that public service announcement and the Just Say No [to drugs] campaign, I totally missed

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Death at the Double Inkwell by Shonell Bacon

Sometimes life is stranger than fiction; take the lives of mystery novelists and twins, Jovan Parham-Anderson and Cheyenne Parham. They are young, beautiful, talented, and on their way to their sixth best-selling novel; that is, until Jo learns her husband, Cordell Anderson, founder of Anderson Technologies, is having an affair with Alisha Stewart, his right

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