Black Southern Belle invites you to BSB Book Club a virtual gathering to celebrate soul-infused storytelling during Black History Month
Black Southern Belle invites you to BSB Book Club, a virtual gathering to celebrate soul-infused storytelling during Black History Month. On February 18 at 3:00 PM EST, discover Black women authors, Harlequin Trade Publishing published books, Black-owned coffee, and bookstore owners. Experience heritage-inspired panel conversations, coffee cocktail presentation, curated content, and exclusive giveaways.
Register on Eventbrite to be entered into our gift giveaways!
Our BSB Book Club Host:
Kris Kaylin is located in Charleston, S.C. Her interviews with Megan Thee Stallion, Kanye West and 50 Cent have
Kris Kaylin is a multi-media maven located in Charleston, SC. Her interviews with Megan Thee Stallion, Kanye West, and 50 Cent have gone viral. With over 1 million views. She’s been featured on TMZ, Billboard, and The Shaderoom, to name a few. Kris Kaylin is the voice of Charlamagne Tha God, God’s Honest Truth on Comedy Central! The Weekend Diva can be heard on Z93 Jamz, Saturday 10am – 3pm and Sunday 11pm – 3 pm. She is the host of Chucktown Hit Factory, that airs every Sunday at 9pm.
Signature Coffee Cocktail Presentation with Rashaunda Grant of The Carolina Cookery
Rashaunda Grant, owner of The Carolina Cookery, is a Charleston SC native and proud alumna of Florida A&M University. Combining classical techniques, with traditional Gullah-Geechee recipes and food ways, Rashaunda describes her style as “Southern Soul Re-imagined”.
Heritage Inspired Storytelling
Hear from authors Candace Buford of Kneel and Catherine Adel West of Saving Ruby King in a conversation led by writer/editor Britt Franklin
Britt Franklin is the Assistant Shopping Editor for Apartment Therapy and a co-founder of Offcultured. Formerly a long-time blogger, her professional writing career began as an entertainment staff writer for Scene Magazine; and she went on to work in various facets for The Nerd Machine, The Daebak Company, and Pinterest. Currently based in Louisiana, Britt has a deep appreciation for her southern upbringing and cites the encouragement of Black women in her life as a driving force behind her own passion for creativity. Her dedication to uplifting marginalized voices has inspired her life’s work, and when she’s not spending her downtime binge-watching K-dramas, she’s jotting down notes for what she hopes will become her first novel.
VaLinda Miller, Owner of Turning Page Bookstore will lead a conversation with authors Nadine Matheson of The Jigsaw Man, and Taj McCoy of Savvy Sheldon Feels Good As Hell
Event sponsored by Harlequin Trade Publishing
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