A lot of people who have read the famous tale Little Women by Louisa May Alcott experienced the novel for the first time during their childhood. I …Josephine March is Black
Drumroll, please... I could not keep count of how many versions of this cover there were. Cover design is such a delicate form of art; a mere inch could make or break it and what you love to pieces one minute, you could detest an hour later. When it's a cover of your own work,… Continue reading LITTLE WRITER Cover Reveal and the Opening Lines!
It has been a day--and it's not quite in the "oh my goodness, it's a career-changing day," especially when the result is like breathing on the embers of my career. It hasn't quite taken hold of a flame yet. I started forming my Little Women retelling about a year ago--and now I have a release… Continue reading Releasing My Book’s Information
Buckle up for this long post. I started this post as my usual writing tips on Instagram, but I cannot fit it concisely into 10 slides without leaving out a healthy chunk. Here is your ultimate guide! Due to lengthiness, I've broken it up into different parts. Part One: Writing Characters of ColorPart Two: General… Continue reading Tips on Writing Characters of Color