Networking and socializing with other people in real life – not online – is probably every introvert’s fear. What do you say to people you just met, right? What’s worse is that you have no choice but to know more people because your work or boss demands...
It’s been an incredible journey since we released The Blazing Star’s cover back in September 2016! Since then, I’m proud to say that the book debuted on December 6th, selling out on Amazon within a few hours. If you’ve ever wanted to write a...
It’s my birthday! Yay! Okay, how should I start this? Well… let’s begin here. The first half of my twenties was a glitzy trailer of itself: pageant after pageant, cheer-leading, finishing my undergrad and grad degrees. Cool. Fun. But a month before I turned 26, all of...
This is the first post on the brand new site, and I have to say, I’m really excited! McKenna, Jasmine and I got together to talk about the books we love and to answer my multitude of questions. Click here to listen! Also, be sure to follow Introvert Problems on our...
I’ll have to admit that I danced around this series for a long time. It has popped up in my Amazon and Goodreads suggestions since I started reading historical fiction, and I’ve always been like, “Yep, I’m going to read that… Oh look, a pretty butterfly.” So what...
Imani Josey is a writer from Chicago, Illinois. In her previous life, she was a cheerleader for the Chicago Bulls and won the titles of Miss Chicago and Miss Cook County for the Miss America Organization, as well as Miss Black Illinois USA.
Her one-act play, Grace, was produced by Pegasus Players Theatre Chicago after winning the 19th Annual Young Playwrights Festival. In recent years, she has turned her sights to long-form fiction.
The Blazing Star is her debut novel.
You can also find her at imanijosey.com
McKenna is a short story author and blogger with an affinity for all things science fiction. Originally hailing from northern Wisconsin, she has work appearing in Her Campus Roosevelt chapter, Eau Claire’s Volume One magazine, and various blogs. When she’s not daydreaming and writing, you can find her cycling in Chicago or in small coffee shops with her head in a book. You can visit her at: www.philoscifize.wordpress.com
Jasmine is the author of That Watson Kid vol. 1, which was released in 2014.
Born on the eleventh day of the eleventh month of the year, the Southside Chicago native will be a December 2016 graduate of Roosevelt University with a concentration in Integrated Marketing Communications. Remember, all graduation gifts are accepted. You can find Jasmine’s book of poetry on Amazon and Createspace.
Billy is the owner of Montgomery Media, a full service photography and audio-video experience. As a
photographer, Billy Montgomery is known and respected for his professional work and reliability. In his captures, he is highly organized, detail-oriented, resourceful, thorough, creative, prompt and professional. His video and audio experience has allowed him to be visionary in producing multimedia projects that provide illustrious storytelling elements in an array of formats.
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