Category: Challenge

31 Day Challenge: Day 8

What: Day 8 of my own personal 31 day challenge based off #CODAL, my 400 page YA fantasy with black female protagonist and diverse characters set in a futuristic world that feels very deep south southern gothic. *Yep. Still repeating it. Why: Because I don’t want to — which, according

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31 Day Challenge: Day 7

What: Day 7 of 31 sharing from CODAL (acronym), my 400 page YA fantasy with black female protagonist and diverse characters set in a futuristic world that feels very deep south southern gothic. (Yep, still repeating it until the nerves are no more). Why: This is me taking active, actionable

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31 Day Challenge: Day 6

What: Day 6 of my own personal 31 day challenge based off CODAL (acronym), my 400 page YA fantasy with black female protagonist and diverse characters set in a futuristic world that feels very deep south southern gothic. (I’ll repeat this until I no longer feel anxious saying it). #CODAL31DayChallenge

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31 Day Challenge: Day 5

What: Day 5 of 31 showcasing #CODAL, my 400 page YA fantasy with black female protagonist and diverse characters set in a futuristic world that feels very deep south southern gothic. Why: Because fear and I aren’t on speaking terms. [caption id="attachment_3060" align="aligncenter" width="653"] A circus with a flare for

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31 Day Challenge: Day 4

What: Day 4 of 31 showcasing #CODAL, my 400 page YA fantasy with black female protagonist. For further details, check out the hashtag #CODAL31DayChallenge Reflection: Let’s talk fear and its close cousin rejection. Day 4 - Manuscript Critique My writing mentor is a wonderful person I go to for talking

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31 Day Challenge: Day 3

What: Day 3 of 31 showcasing CODAL (acronym), my 400 page YA fantasy with black female protagonist and diverse characters set in a futuristic world that feels very deep south southern gothic. As promised, I’m going to keep repeating this ‘what’ until my veil of insecurity lifts Why: I met

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31 Day Challenge: Day 2

What: Day 2 of my own personal 31 day challenge based off CODAL (acronym), my 400 page YA fantasy with black female protagonist and diverse characters set in a futuristic world that feels very deep south southern gothic. (I’ll repeat this until I no longer feel anxious saying it). Why:

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