In case you haven't seen it yet - I published my first book!!! It is perfect for camping in your living room, sitting on the beach that you have created in your backyard, or laying in front of your air conditioner. In other words, a great read for Summer 2020! It's an easy read, and … Continue reading Summer Reading
In today’s session of Rachel Cargle’s Do The Work 30 Day Challenge, we examined our privilege and how we no winglet and unknowingly perpetuate the racist society that benefits whiteness. In particular, coincidentally aligning with yesterday’s post about white feminism, we are asked to make not of intersectionality and how white feminism is a further … Continue reading DoTheWork Challenge Day 5 – Examining Privilege
I released my first book this month. I was a contributing author in a book that is now a #1 bestseller on Amazon. I completed a long-running task at work. My blog was nominated for an award. Traffic has more than doubled to the site. My kids are home. My husband is working again and … Continue reading Is it even possible?
Register for courses and apply for Personal Disclosures Scholarships Posted @withregram • @pchza My series of summer workshops and seminars kicks off tonight! Make sure you sign up at personaldisclosures.org.And don't forget that they offer scholarships. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. #writer #scholarship #writing #webinar #poc #learn #seminar #workshop #book #sick #essays #read #tbr #joinus #summer2020 … Continue reading Personal Disclosures – Porochista Khakpour
I can’t stop pinching myself! I cannot believe that there is a real book with my real name that is really for sale!!!! I am so grateful to everyone who has checked out the book, and everyone who has bought the book, or shared the book, or reviewed the book!! It means sooooo much to … Continue reading Still Pinching Myself!
If I relied solely on memory as the length of my life, my life started with you. Memory is a tricky thing. For me, there are snaps and clips of life. For you, there are moment by moment replays. My memory is jogged by things like my son making an exasperated or indignant face, and … Continue reading Memories Are Tricky