Why review books by black authors?
Trey the Chef: Cooking Camp, by Kira Parris-Moore
Who’s got two thumbs and a date with a CTO? This gal!
Scepter of Truth, by DL Jones
People talk about networking as an important career activity or skill. But they don’t usually define what it is, or tell you how to do it. Many people dread the idea, and/or fear that they’re being left behind. Do you have to pretend to like people? Do social extroverts reap all the benefits? Is it even moral/fair?