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Girls Fly! with Author, Dera Williams - "Finding Your Written Voice Series"

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Girls Fly!  ( partners with authors and publishers to inspire women and girls to write.  We believe that finding your written voice will help you to know that there is support, you don't have to wait to be invited and that "written words have a bigger voice than screaming out loud."  Girls Fly! is partnering with Barnes & Noble for the 2019 "Finding Your Written Voice Tour" with your local authors present just for you.  We are proud to partner with  Nothing But The Truth Publishing and editor, Deborah Santana, of the anthology, ALL THE WOMEN IN MY FAMILY SING.

Today, meet Dera  R.  Williams  who contributed her essay, "Not Shirley Temple Curls" to the anthology.  Dera lives,  works  and  plays  in  the  San Francisco Bay Area. A retiree of a local community college, she now mentors students in family history research. This Cali girl with Southern roots is a freelance writer and contributor to anthologies, journals and academic encyclopedias and is her family historian. Dera is co-author of the fiction book Mother Wit: Stories of Mothers and Daughters. She is completing a story collection about growing up in Oakland and a children’s book about Alzheimer’s disease. Her most recent publication can be found in the anthology Our Black Mothers, Brave, Bold and Beautiful.

Learn more about the author, Dera Williams