Raising my frosted glass of iced black coffee this morning to my girl Elayne Fluker and the release of her first book ☛GET OVER “I GOT IT”: HOW TO STOP PLAYING SUPERWOMAN, GET SUPPORT, AND REMEMBER THAT HAVING IT ALL DOESN’T MEAN DOING IT ALL ALONE [pub: HarperCollins Leadership],
I’m excited to finally get to tell my story after all this time. Many people have thought they knew the story of Lil’ Kim, but they have no idea.
—Lil’ Kim in People magazine
ICYMI: Yesterday, People magazine announced that Kimberly ‘Lil’Kim’’ Jones is releasing her memoir ☛THE QUEEN BEE [pub: Hachette] with Kathy Iandoli on November 2,
ICYMI: Rapper Raekwon the Chef announced the release of his fall memoir yesterday ☛FROM STAIRCASE TO STAGE: THE STORY OF RAEKWON AND THE WU-TANG CLAN [pub: Gallery Books], written with Anthony Bozza, on his Instagram yesterday. I’m hoping it’s as insightful as the Showtime docu-series Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men,
You Got Anything Stronger? is me at my most vulnerable. I have recently found true strength in that vulnerability, and I want to share that power with you here, through this book.
—Gabrielle Union in You Got Anything Stronger?
We need to live in an antiracist society and people need to learn to be antiracist and practice antiracism. But I do not believe in your antiracist work if you have not engaged with Black humanity.
—Tarna Burke from the Introduction to You Are Your Best Thing: A Conversation from brenebrown.com