About NaySue

African American book lover. Former book club founder. Fiction writer. Novice Painter/Artist. Amateur cook. Traveler. Pet Owner. Florida State University & Texas A&M alumna. Teach for America Corps Member (Houston ’04). Certified Teacher. Research lover. But most importantly…book lover.

11 thoughts on “About NaySue

  1. Hi — Not sure if you know about it already, but the Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College is hosting the National Black Writers Conference on March 30th. This year, the focus is on Toni Cade Bambara, who died in 1995 of cancer but has been called a major contributor to the emerging genre of contemporary black women’s literature along with the writers Toni Morrison and Alice Walker. Ms. Bambara was celebrated for the non-linear structure of her plots and her ability to weave black dialects into her stories about men and women living in black neighborhoods in big cities or small Southern towns. I’d be happy to send you (and your readers) more information.

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  2. Hi I am an independent author and I am looking for a reviewer for my first novel The MisEducation of a Minor. I wanted to know what your selection process was for choosing a book to review and how I could submit my work for consideration. I can be reached at mannylee3421@gmail.com Thank you

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  3. Hello I am also like Mr. Birch Above me am a independent author/ poet. I’m looking for some one with great insight and critical voice of opinion. I have a few poetry books that I have created I was hoping you read a few of them. My e-mail address is amcdash91@gmail.com Thank you, and great blog!

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  4. I just ran across your blog while looking for African American, mother-daughter memoirs. I absolutely love it! The content is wonderful. And the blog lay-out and colors are fabulous too! I already re-posted one of the blogs from 2008. (A good memoir is timeless.) If you know of any African American, mother-daughter memoirs, please let me know. I am writing one and I need to know if there are any, old or new. Thanks again for your post.

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  5. Hello NaySue, great blog! I found it linked on One Lit Place. Do you review novels? If so, I’d like to submit my new novel “The Devil’s Whisper” for your review. I look forward to hearing from you.

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