The way we now receive and view information has changed. And its all because of the internet.
I started this blog in June of 2010, because I needed to get my research and thoughts out to the public faster than waiting for a traditional publisher. It’s succeeded far beyond my initial hopes. At some point I suppose I will submit a non-fiction proposal, but right now I’m content with this blog.
If any of my posts are used, I do hope people cite them and respect the copyright laws.
Anyway, about me . . . let’s see, I’m a mom, a college graduate, I have a day job, I come from a multicultural family and I love to read.
My dad was in the Navy during the Korean War and that’s probably why Stockett’s depiction of the black males gets on my nerves.
My mom is a formidable southern woman. She insisted on classical piano lessons for all her children, and that having a good education was important. When I was younger, I mistakenly thought her grandfather was a white man, and that’s when I learned about black white relations in the south.
That’s it for now.