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How My Project Became a Kickstarter “Project We Love”

I am calling on all creatives and kind souls to help us reach and go beyond our goal. If you want me to do the same, message me through my website, and I will back your project too! You would be amazed at what just even a $10 pledge can do. I had one major […]

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Challenging the Gatekeepers (and Never Giving Up)

Not long ago, I shared a blog post about my book, Kayla: A Modern-Day Princess during the early days when I first published was way back in 2017. In that post, I shared how I had proudly submitted this book to Kirkus Reviews (an American book review magazine that provides authors with professional critiques of […]

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Why this Woman-Owned Business is called Make A Way

I just found myself always answering, “I made a way.” Being a woman in business is empowering, exciting, and challenging. It’s a road paved with pitfalls, potholes, and roadblocks. But also wonderful rewards. As a female entrepreneur, I am proud to walk in the footsteps of the other bold businesswomen before me.  Women, like me, […]

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The beauty and power of words: Family Literacy Month

I love to write. Blog posts, articles, books, …you name it. The beauty and power of words fascinate me. The articles I write for publications like Story Monsters or websites like Multicultural Children’s Book Day take more thought and effort,  but they are still enjoyable to create. Penning children’s books is a whole different story. […]

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Author Evolving: That time I had to get all new ISBN’s

As a businesswoman, I’ve known for a long time that to be successful, change is necessary. The same applies to be being a multi-book author–change is inevitable, and it’s part of growth and evolution. My ultimate goal has always been to take my publishing house, Make A Way Media, to a national level. With this […]

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Supporting Black-Owned Bookstores

Post COVID-19 and the amplification on #BlackLivesMatter, I had read that independently-owned bookstores were flourishing after nearly being ignored into extinction. I think that speaks to the heart, dedication, uniqueness, and passion of the owners who have fought to keep these much-needed parts of communities afloat. Despite all of the setbacks that 2020 has offered, […]

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