Check out these interviews with the authors of America’s First Female Serial Killer, Badass Black Girl , and Trust the Grind
- Mary Kay author of America’s First Female Serial Killer, was on a Book Club podcast Book Squad Goals https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/book-squad-goals/id1230209775#episodeGuid=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.spreaker.com%2Fepisode%2F28814357
- M.J. Fievre was interviewed for Seek the Joy Podcast for Badass Black Girl on their Joy Corner series very passionate and insightful https://www.seekthejoypodcast.com/joy-corner/mjfievre
- Trust the Grind author Jeremy Bhandari was interviewed on micro book blog: http://donna-mcdine.blogspot.com/2020/06/write-what-inspires-you-presents.html
How World-Class Athletes Got To The Top (Motivational Book for Teens, Gift for Teen Boys)
Sixteen athletes from eleven sports arenas. Each chapter tells a different story, as each superstar shares the habit that helped them accomplish their goals and reach the pinnacle of their profession. Sports fanatic or not. Guaranteed to tap into your athletic edge, Trust the Grind, is made for sports fans and nonfans alike. Fans of professional athletes get an in-depth look at their heroes’ climb to the top; those less passionate about sports have the chance to read the secrets of success from some of the most talented people in the world. Both learn pivotal life lessons, and can immediately instill these particular traits and habits into their own lifestyle.
Questions, Quotes, and Affirmations for Teens
Explore the many facets of your identity through hundreds of big and small questions. In this journal designed for teenage Black girls, MJ Fievre tackles topics such as family and friends, school and careers, body image, and stereotypes. By reflecting on these topics, you will confront the issues that can hold you back from living your best life and discovering your Black girl bliss.
Embrace authenticity and celebrate who you are. Finding the courage to live as you are is not easy, so here’s a journal designed to help you nurture creativity, positive self-awareness and Black girl bliss. This journal honors the strength and spirit of Black girls.
Jane Toppan and the Making of a Monster
For readers who are fascinated by how serial killers are made. This book is for listeners of true crime podcasts and readers of both fiction and true crime nonfiction. It is for watchers of television shows like Deadly Women and Mindhunter, who are fascinated by how killers are made. It’s for self-conscious feminists, Americans trying to bootstrap themselves into success, and anyone who loves a vigilante beatdown, especially one gone off the rails.