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Cultivating Confidence

I often say that I have confidence for days. I shoot all my shots. I walk like I know where I’m going even if I don’t (which, sometimes, leads to a dead end haha but that’s a story for another day). I’m a queer, Black woman working in a very white homogenous industry. I’ve been burnt out multiple tomes. I’ve struggled with depression and anxiety. I’ve had a billion reasons to give up, to not […]

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Shutting Out the Cooks. Or, listening to yourself.

Hey y’all, It’s been a while since I’ve posted. I left my editor job, packed up my NYC apartment, then I went to Paris, and now I’m home home in Texas and this whole spiritual-existential crisis (aka my dark night of the soul) I’ve been having is still with me. Contrary to what pop culture makes you think (ya know, girl runs away to find herself), living in Paris for a month actually doesn’t solve […]

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Taking Writing breaks, especially when you don’t want to

Hey PubCrawl readers! Happy Friday! I’m here today to talk about writing breaks and giving your creative soul time to recharge, complete with craft links (at the post’s end)!! I am a big fan of taking breaks. I am also the world’s most stubborn person. I’ve talked about this a bit here before, but 2016 was a really rough year for me. I had been querying for a few years at that point. About a […]

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