Monique Desir provides another thoughtful piece on race and writing. That’s good reading!
You Can’t Write That. Oh really? Just watch. 🙂
The title of this blog post comes from a very tender spot in my life as an author and a Black woman growing up in the USA. Several years ago, I dated a close-minded individual (Who Shall Remain Nameless) told me that I couldn’t write my recently published novel, Forbidden: Book One of the Gabriel Lennox Series. At the time, it wasn’t published and while I waited for that new chapter in my life, I had continued writing additional books for the series.
I wouldn’t describe myself as rebellious, however, when someone tells me I can’t do something, I’m determined to prove them wrong. Especially when that something will benefit me. And then, filled with resilience, I channel my inner samurai:
Come at me, bruv!
Since I had considered He Who Shall Remain Nameless a friend, I was shocked…
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2 thoughts on “You Can’t Write That.”
Hello. Thank you for the reblog. 🙂 Much gratitude.
You’re welcome. Loved the post!