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Conversation with Author La Toya Hankins

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Thrive on the Joy of Reading#1 - Show debut with La Toya Hankins, author of K-Rho: The Sweet Taste of Sisterhood.

Purchase K-Rho: The Sweet Taste of Sisterhood at ResPublishing.com. Ebooks available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Happy reading!

About Author: La Toya resides in Raleigh, NC and serves as the chair of Shades of Pride, organizer of the annual Triangle Black Pride. She’s an active supporter of LGBT issues and health disparities that affect her community. Her literary influences and loves include Zora Neale Hurston, Walter Mosley, Anne Rice, and Pearl Cleage. Her motto, borrowed from Hurston, is, “I do not weep at the world, I am too busy sharpening my oyster knife.”

About Show: Thrive on the Joy of Reading is dedicated to fiction writers and readers who love stories that celebrate/reflect/elevate/honor diversity among African American literature. The host (L. Cherelle) welcomes authors of indie books targeted to readers of niche African American genres.

This show is faciliated by Resolute Publishing (ResPublishing.com) in conjunction with BlackLesbianFiction.com.

Contact: For more information, email the host at info@respublishing.com