I just sent out my first Tinyletter of 2018. It features women who are writing cool things.
Happy New Year!
I hope you had a relaxing holiday season. 2018 is going to be good. Now it’s time to get to work.
To help you ease back, I highly suggest listening to Hit Parade podcast episode featuring
Donna Summer. https://megaphone.link/PPY3106618968
FRIENDS AND FAM
Anya Kamanetz has a book that it is a must-have for parents, The Art of Screen Time. The book guide parents on how to balance screen time with their kids. It comes out later this month, but you can pre-order it today. http://amzn.to/2Cv77vL
Imani Perry has written a scholarly book about the Black National Anthem, May We Forever Stand: A History of the Black National Anthem. http://amzn.to/2CLBiwl The book comes out in February but you can pre-order it today.
Roni Dean-Burren wrote about the Black Church on the website Black Youth Project, Church makes me sick: How Black Christians are Stalling Black Liberation
Graeme Seabrook wrote the essay on Medium, The Currency Question: Why Is it So Hard For Y’all To Give Black Women Money? http://medium.com/@graeme_59025/the-currency-question-141a3009e033
WHAT AM I UP TO
Reviewing the new tax bill, filing 1099s by the end of January for clients, and hosting a Facebook Live on Thursday, January 4th at 8PM about income taxes.