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  • Imagine A World of Try Hards

  • Being Adopted By Children

  • Parenting From A Healthy Distance

  • Unspoken Rules 

  • Realistic Self-Care

  • The Motherhood Cultural Space Through A Black Mommy’s Lens

  • Reinvent Yourself - Often

  • I’m No Expert, But This, I Know

  • Parenting Is So Easy That It’s Hard: Good Enough Parents Raise Healthy Productive Children 

  • Parenting Is Not A Competition: Less Insecurity, More Mutual Respect

  • A Patchwork Quilt Life 

  • Empty Nesting



Had fun talking secrets, race, mothering and belonging with Michelle Miller during her first book signing. Michelle Miller is a co-host of "CBS Saturday Morning." Her work regularly appears on "CBS Mornings," "CBS Sunday Morning" and the "CBS Evening News." She also files reports for "48 Hours" and anchors Discovery's "48 Hours on ID" and "Hard Evidence." Thank you to the Drewberry Foundation and the gracious Jamie Drewberry for hosting. Super cool! This was my first live, in-person author interview. Hopefully it’s the first of many. Had tons of fun. Thanks, Michelle! 

More fun and informative interviews here!


Family Coping Strategies When Mass Shootings Feel Personal

Enough with the College Stuff: Here’s the Real Senior To-Do List

Summer Book Club with Teens: When the Family Reads Together

Connecting with Teens: How “Feeling Felt” Can Make All the Difference

How’s Your College Freshman? An interview with Dr. Suzanne Schnepps

4 Parenting Mistakes to Avoid: A Teen Shares Parenting “Don’ts”

Fighting for everything: Black and female at work

Tracking Our Kids by GPS: A Parenting Tool We Shouldn’t Dismiss

Why We Need to Worry About Marijuana Use for Teens

Artificial Food Coloring Awakening

Celebrating 16 Means Something Different for My Black Son

Targeted Teen Booklist Focused on the African American Experience

Your Teen Will Thank You for This Fantastic Summer Reading List

Managing Teen Anxiety: The Ultimate Solution for Better Sleep and Less Stress

Helping Teens Develop a Resilient Mindset with Dr. Michele Borba

23 Highly Recommended LGBT Books for Teens and Tweens

Youth Activism Is On the Rise—Here’s How to Support Your Teen Activist

New York Magazine Letter To The Editor


  • I was a featured reader in Real Simple magazine way back when.

  • The MotherHood: Our Village, Our Voice article “Weaving a Future” was my first serious published piece. I was honored to profile Rwandan women helping to rebuild their nation.

  • I placed 3rd in the 2017 Leslie Esdaile Romance Slam Jam (RSJ) Aspiring Author Contest sponsored by Diverse Writers and Readers International, Inc.! I also earned Honorary Recognition for a second submission in the same contest.

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