Joy Lawson Davis on writing “Bright, Talented & Black”

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I am very pleased to re-publish this guest post by Dr. Joy Lawson Davis on why she wrote her book Bright, Talented & Black: A Guide for Families of African American Gifted Learners (you can also read an excerpt of her book and my review). Dr. Davis and Bright, Talented & Black are making a real difference in schools and families across the country. Follow her blog at http://wearegifted2.blogspot.com/. …

Guest Post by Christine Fonseca: The Act of Being Fearless

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[I am very pleased to welcome Christine Fonseca today as she stops by on her blog tour for her latest book, LACRIMOSA. Please scroll to the end for more information about Christine and her work, and leave a comment on this post for a chance to win a ebook version of LACRIMOSA. Welcome, Christine!) The Act of Being Fearless  By Christine Fonseca “Creative …

Christine Fonseca’s New Group Blog: An Intense Life

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Author Christine Fonseca and I have a lot in common (I can’t believe we haven’t met in person…. yet), but what I don’t have and wish I did are her seemingly limitless energy and ability to get things done.  I am honored to be a part of a Christine’s new group blog, An Intense Life: Embracing chaos every day, where my …

A Minority Approach to Writing, by E. Victoria Flynn

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Note from Lisa: I am thrilled today to share a guest post by fellow Wisconsin author E. Victoria Flynn. Read more about her and her fantastically creative online artists’ cafe in the bio, below, and be sure to connect with her on Twitter and Facebook. A Minority Approach to Writing by E. Victoria Flynn Natalie Goldberg insists, “Keep the hand moving.” …