I made a new friend at a conference I attended over the weekend. Please stop by her and visit her blog. She was absolutely delightful and kind. She definitely had an infectious smile. Happy Monday! https://mbcoudal.com/about/
This is an excellent post. Well written and very insightful. Enjoy!
On December 18th, 2015, I posted a blog entry: the option for my first book, Trans Like Me, had been picked up by Virago, for UK and Commonwealth publication. It’s a year and a half later – and I’ve been in bookstores for nearly a month, with American publication scheduled for next year with Seal Press.
When I first began this blog, back in 2010, I never imagined that what I wrote and explored here would form the foundation of a book. I did want to write a book about gender – about being transgender in particular – but always figured it would be an academic text with a long and referential name. I’d seen people blogging with the express intention of getting a book deal, and wasn’t impressed – the results too often veered between transparent and inauthentic, and flat-out desperate.
But plans pan out in odd ways…
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When things don't move fast enough and everything seems to slow down take a moment and enjoy it.
I love Dr. Seuss and when someone writes about him I get all giddy inside. Check out my friend's blog, Richard Subber is an author and poet. He provides his readers with a variety of topics from book reviews to original poetry and everything in between. Please check it out and subscribe! The wisdom of Dr. … Continue reading Let’s Share: Rick Subber on Dr. Seuss
Thank you very much to K.D. Dowdall for nominating me for the Liebster Award! I am humbled to be recognized by other bloggers. Please visit K.D. Dowdall at: https://karendowdall.com/ and you will find a beautifully written and thoughtful blog. The Rules: Say thank you to the person who nominated you for the award. Answer the 11 questions … Continue reading Liebster Award
I had the opportunity to sit in a classroom and observe. No mandatory participation just observation. I was able to observe the learning I long participated in for a little more than a decade of my life; in between student and professor, I was neither one. I was able to sit and watch the learning of … Continue reading Observing The Classroom