Exclusive Interview With Author Takerra Allen

Exclusive Interview With Author Takerra Allen

I last spoke with author, director, and producer Takerra Allen in 2018. We discussed her then-newest series, Seasons of Fidelity. Following that series, she released Last Stop From Innocence, a novel set in the 90s, that story captured readers' hearts while also...

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7 Books On Mental Health by Black Women

7 Books On Mental Health by Black Women

Sistah Girls, May is Mental Health Awareness Month, the goal is to raise awareness and challenge ourselves to reduce the stigma surrounding behavioral health issues. I've gathered some books by Black women that raise awareness and provide resources and tools for women...

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After That… Read This ft. Talena Tillman

After That… Read This ft. Talena Tillman

Sistah Girls! Let’s discuss one of my favorite pens in this Black indie author game… Ms. Talena Tillman. In a lane all her own, Tillman’s storytelling has been a favorite of mine since 2021. That was back when the (then) new-to-me author had dropped her two-book...

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Book Review: At the End of It All by Rae Lyse

Book Review: At the End of It All by Rae Lyse

At the End of It All by Rae Lyse Sistah Girls, this story is a slow burn, but it captures your attention on the first page. We’re introduced to Ace and Ason Sr. A father and son duo who moved from Los Angeles, California to Houston, TX. Their relationship has been...

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Book Review: Hair to Share by Sylvia Walker

Book Review: Hair to Share by Sylvia Walker

Hair to Share by Sylvia Walker Hair To Share is a charming children’s narrative about a young girl named Amaya who suffered from hair loss. It's a fresh take on celebrating the beauty of natural textured hair. The story tackles the difficulty of childhood medical hair...

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