Hey y’all. Here at The Black Synergee Podcast, one of my goals is to support and uplift small black business owners and entrepreneurs. So, since it’s #smallbusinesssaturday, check out some of my interviews with some amazing ladies that you can support.
If you loved my interview with artist Jaimee Todd, check out her online sale over at http://shop.jaimeetodd.com/ going on until Monday. Use the code HOLIDAY207 to get 25% off your entire order. #supportsmallbusinesses #supportasista
Did you read my interview with Toni Daley? Well, if you haven’t check it out, then head on over to https://www.tonidaley.com/ and check out the sales that she has going on. Enter code BLACK25 for 25% off OR enter code BLACKSHIP for free shipping. #supportsmallbusinesses #supportasista
Check out parts one and two of my interview with Mercedes Edney of Ixora Bontanical Beauty and then moisturize your life by checking out her Small Business Saturday sale on http://ixorabb.com/ use the code: SMALLBIZ at checkout to get 25% off your entire order. #supportsmallbusinesses #supportasista
In part two of this episode, I continue my conversation with Black indie romance authors Christina C. Jones and Alexandra Warren about their newest event, Girl, Have You Met… and the importance of spaces to support Black Women. The theme of Girl, Have You Met is Black Romance Matters. This event will feature some of the hottest Black Indie Romance authors such as Love Belvin, Nicole Falls, Te Russ and Phyllis Bourne just to name a few. Check out the links below to learn more. Christina C. Jones Girl Have You Read Alexandra Warren
In this special two part episode, I spoke with Black indie romance authors Alexandra Warren and Christina C. Jones about how they got their start in the industry. Also the importance of representation in romance and why Black romance matters. Christina and Alexandra are the minds and hearts behind Girl, Have You Read. You can find out more about Christina, Alexandra and their work at: Girl Have You Read Christina C. Jones Alexandra Warren
In this episode, I spoke with visual artist Jaimee Todd about the importance of making time for your passion, self care and art as a form of therapy. We talk about the impact of Julia Cameron’s hit book The Artist’s Way and the importance of making time for your passion. Enjoy the show!
Click the links below to check out Jaimee’s artwork and where you can see her art next!