Kansas City author, Grace LaJoy Henderson, just released her illustrated series, The Gracie Series, and I had the pleasure of interviewing her about the recent launch! Many of us, especially parents, see the disparage of brown, and black children being represented in children's books nowadays. Grace is changing that with her release of six children's books!
Author, Brie Lightfoot Smith is back from her authorial debut with her second book called, "Walking on Water: A 21-Day Devotional on Faith." I had the chance to chat with Brie about her creative purpose, and what she would like her readers to learn from her second work!
I don't know if it's something in the weather, or what, but the devil has been trying to work! *In my motherly voice* But for whatever reason I've been able to cope more than normal to these changes happening in my life. And I want to share with you why you can't let any unfortunate situations steal your joy.
It's not that simple. Especially if you live in an area where corporate jobs are the usual way to go. But don't be discouraged. This post is supposed to encourage you, I promise!
My first blogging segment/meet-and-greet was this past Saturday during the KC Natural Hair Expo, and it was a wonderful turnout- thanks to you all!
Don't worry, I'm sure it's completely normal. So many times I've felt like I'm in the middle of a road, and I know I need to run away, but my feet won't move. And I'm wondering, what do I need to do to get moving?
My name is Shakera Scott and I am from Kansas City, Mo. I work for Mazuma Credit Union as a Universal Agent (Personal Banker & Teller).
Hello all! My name is Breora Page. I’m originally from Denver, CO. but I currently live in Kansas City, MO. I am a Graduate Assistant and I am currently pursuing my Masters of Science of Counseling Psychology degree.
Asiah Henderson here! Chicago native and professional chef (in the making). To me, self-love means you have respect for yourself and confidence in both your outer and inner beauty. It's important to have because you can't succeed in love, or life without it.
My name is Jordan Cook, but I'm a sucker for people who call me Jord. I've lived in Virginia, Oklahoma, and Missouri, and now reside in Fayetteville, NC. You know, where they bang for the money (Cole World). Currently, I work as a restaurant server and a client service coordinator at a veterinary practice. On the side you'll catch me in my haven behind my 1930s ROYAL, hand-typing anything from poetry, to love letters, to follow ups for job applications. Snail mail til the death of me.