DID YOU MISS IT? Come Listen To My First Podcast Interview!

Recently, I was interviewed by Brown Girl Table Talk on my new book Billy Wolf & The Kids of Heavenly Hills Elementary.

In this interview, I talk about the background of the book, why I felt compelled to write it, how children’s books played a very important part in my life and two things that I want everyone – adults included to take away from the book.

Well, I’m giving you first access to join me, right here! I’m sure you have questions and hopefully, this podcast interview I did with BGTT – Brown Girl Table Talk will answer them and if it doesn’t? Just ask me below – I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have. Enjoy!!

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Check out this latest review and hopefully, it’ll spark your interest. 

I read your book. I loved it! I was cheering inside when someone finally stood up to Billy. I found it interesting that even though it’s a children’s book, it’s very relatable as an adult. I think many of us have come across people who can make an environment toxic because they’re struggling with something and take it out on others. I liked how things turned out in the end, though. I also think it was an interesting way to teach kids about the Bible: give them a real-life story and then link it back to the Bible. I think you really get the value of it that way. And the prayer at the end was so compassionate. You obviously care about this a lot. Congratulations on a fantastic job, Roshonda!  

Review from Blogger Driftyness (WordPress)

 

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Will You Join Me for A Little Table Talk??

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!!!

Sunday, September 30th!

I will be doing a Podcast with BGTT – Brown Girl Table Talk! I’ll talk about my first book “Billy Wolf & The Kids of Heavenly Hills Elementary”

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Sunday’s Thought: The Voices We Keep Silent…

As a child growing up, there were quite a few issues that occurred in my life in which I felt like my voice either went either unheard or numb to the world around me. I grew up in a household with a bully step-father who fought my mom to no end, sometimes those fights ended in bloodshed, I watched as he hit, degraded and shamed her; whether in public, in front of his or her family and most heartbreakingly, in front of me and my two sisters. Where was my voice to speak up? In this case, it was helpless.

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