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When I participated in Jamie Broadnax’s Black Girl Nerds podcast (archive here), I mentioned advertising demographics. I can see from the Twitter commentary that people confused “advertising” with “covers” and, since 140 character chunks of data aren’t the best way … Continue reading
As many of you know, Vanuatu was flattened by Hurricane Pam on March 13. As an author, I took note of this article in the Christian Science Monitor, where relief forces are begging for books. I sympathize: those of you … Continue reading
I’ve been caught up in a few Twitter conversations recently, and I have to admit that I hate the format. 140-character chunks of thought thrown at each other in a fragments, landing in a heap where it’s difficult to sort … Continue reading
The contest is now closed. Thanks to everyone that participated.
When you write a book, one of the first things people warn you about is to never argue with a reviewer. When I saw Letitia described as “precocious”, it was hard. I bit my tongue. It was a five-star review … Continue reading
When I first saw a picture of North Brother Island, I knew I had to include it in my novel. Not only because it’s a scary place that feels like it belongs in a horror novel, but because it’s a … Continue reading