The girl with the ridiculously long hair down to her waist decided that she wanted to wear the pink clogs I’d been wearing for six days straight every morning, every afternoon and evening. They were the only ones in the row of slippers at the entrance of the dining all that fit my large, flat feet. But for some reason on day six of ten, she arrived to the hall before me and changed up her slipper selection. Because of her, I had to miserably eat lunch in my...
I just finished Tiffany Haddish's memoir The Last Black Unicorn. In her book, (with the help of a controversial co-author/ghostwriter), Tiffany writes comically about growing up in the foster care system and her journey to becoming a famous comedian.
Setting aside the intentional bad grammar and f-bombs, it was still pretty good.
She told engaging stories as if she were on stage.
In fact, she could have been on stage because instead of reading it, I list...
I believe everyone has a story to tell that can benefit others. But, I know that some people will live and die with a book still inside of them. Never-to-be authors allow doubts, fears and uncertainty to hold them back.
But aspiring authors are different.
Yes, they still may have doubts and fears, but that doesn't stop them from thinking about writing a book. Instead, they strive to overcome such limitations because they know they have interesting and impor...
My co-worker Tiffany was so super cool and funny. She and I worked a flight together from Newark to Los Angeles and then back again for two days straight. Between serving passengers, we chatted it up about any and everything. Eventually I shared with her that when I’m not flying, I help write and edit books for other people.
“Girl, I’ve been thinking about writing this book, is that something you can help me with?”