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Women’s History Month: Dr. Maya Angelou

Hey Y’all: As my final post for Women’s History Month I would like to celebrate Dr. Maya Angelou. I recently re-read “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings” and fell in love with Dr. Angelou all over again. Once I read something by an author I go on a quest to find something recent that […]

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Womens History Month: A Little Romance

Hey Y’all: Women’s History Month is quickly coming to an end. I hope that you have celebrated the women in your life who have been influential in who you are today. As my next to the last post in honor of women I’d like to celebrate a romance author!Honey Women DOMINATE this genre of literature… […]

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Womens History: African American Christian Authors

Hey Y’all: In continuation of my tribute to women authors today I would like to celebrate African American Christian Authors. For the past five years or so I’ve been involved with multiple book clubs. The latest was one that I started with the help of my Sister. Although Queens With Purpose is a great idea […]

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Women’s History: Cheryl Willis Hudson

Hey Y’all: I was reading a post on HelloBeautiful’s Mommy Beautiful with tips on helping your children with reading and was inspired by one of the comments that mentioned Afro-Bets. I’ve NEVER heard of such a book, so I went on a little journey around the web to find out more information. There is a […]

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Happy Women’s History Month 2010

Hey Y’all: I opened an email from the New York Public library and was reminded that March is Women’s History Month! Did you Know?The public celebration of women’s history in America began in 1978 as “Women’s History Week” in Sonoma County, California. The week including March 8, International Women’s Day, was selected. In 1981, Sen. […]