Goodbye, 2022…

This year made it evident that ink is definitely what I should always do…

This year has been incredible for me and for the other indie writers in my circle.

This year, I have been able to reconnect with other writer friends; building other networking opportunities, collaborations and (as always) my TBR increased! Here are some of my favorite books I read this year:

1.) Black Women Will Save The World by April Ryan

2.) Finding Me by Viola Davis

3.) A Peculiar People by Steven Willis

4.) The Weight Of Blood by Tiffany D. Jackson

5.) Home. Girl. Hood. by Ebony Stewart

6.) The Last Days Of Ptolemy Gray by Walter Mosley

This year has been one which has forced me to re-examine my writing career, the time I give to it, and even future plans for the new year. If I am honest, this year has allowed me to refocus on what I love about writing, my writing community, and why both are so important to me.

I even wrote a book in a week after discovering my childhood sweetheart was still in the world (Title: SWEETHEARTS & LOVENOTES)! As this year ends, it feels that a significant part of my writer life ended…and has started again! I have discovered my love for this art, this craft again. Newt year, I am excited about what is coming!

I am excited for the new work, new opportunities , and just where this creativity will take me.

With Love & Ink,

JBHarris