It'd be crazy to start off with a link to something I wrote, right? So I'm gonna do that.
operationawesome6.blogspot.com/2020/06/authors-and-videos-of-support.html #BlackLivesMatter If you're looking for a few debut authors of color to read and support, there you go.
My ego isn't going back in the box. So here's a link to a blog post where I'm mentioned!
Here's an excerpt I enjoyed.
"What keeps me interested in reading other people’s blogs?
Well, for me, I like reality. I like people who are being real and honest. They admit when they have a bad day. They celebrate the good days." - https://jrvincente.wordpress.com/2020/06/03/thinky-thoughts/
That was awesome. I can't explain it, but the humor got me.
It's great around 2:15 when the cats win.
Please remember that not everyone can speak out and advocate on behalf of others right now because they need to protect their own mental health, and that doesn't mean they are okay with what is going on. I'm thinking of those who can't speak out, and I respect your silence.— ✨niv 💚 ixious ✨ (@nivixious) June 3, 2020
I was asked to start a list of authors who wrote or have recently written about racism and injustice mainly in America. It's an excellent idea of promoting awareness. Someone else offered the following two. Do feel welcome to add more as well as books.— J.Micc (@JosephJMiccolis) June 3, 2020
dlhammons.com/ WriteClub is in the Cage Bout rounds!
Twitter of some of those listed above:
@OpAwesome6,@cleemckenzie, @JRVincente, @nivixious @JosephJMiccolis, @DL_H