As a writer, the number one question I'm constantly asking myself is : What is my intention? The intention is to create valuable content that inspires. What is your intention for the work you do? Explore my site as I share my journey as a writer with you. Enjoy.
'The Happy Black Daughter'
5 Success Principles My Father Taught Me
I Want to Write a Book.
Hey There, I’m Allison
"I WANT TO WRITE A BOOK BUT I NEED SOME ADVICE."I GET ASKED THAT QUESTION OFTEN SINCE MY DEBUT BOOK,' THE HAPPY BLACK DAUGHTER WAS RELEASED. AS A WRITER AND SPEAKER, IT'S IMPORTANT FOR ME TO SHARE MY KNOWLEDGE AND GIFTS WITH THE WORLD. I WANT TO HELP YOU CREATE YOUR BEST WORK EVER. I WANT YOU TO WRITE FOR IMPACT. LET'S GET AN ACTION PLAN IN PLACE SO THAT YOU CAN CREATE THE BEST LIFE WORK BY TELLING YOUR STORY.
The Happy Black Daughter
Not all black daughters are fatherless. Not all black fathers are "so-called" deadbeats. The love between a father and daughter is priceless and is a bond that should be celebrated every day. The Happy Black Daughter is about the positive relationship Braham, the Author, experienced with her beloved father. Those experiences helped shape her life's path into a meaningful one.
Braham takes you on a poignant journey through warm antidotes she shares with her father and provides the reader with the 5 success principles she learned from him- with a gentle narrative about fatherhood and the misconceptions society has placed on the black fatherhood experience, Braham's inclusion of other black fathers and daughters offers the reader a different insight into the similarities between fathers and daughters even if the cultural dynamics are different.
It is Braham's hope that this book will inspire fathers and daughters everywhere. This book is for daughters and sons who have ever loved or love their father unconditionally. It is for the daddy's little girls and daddy's little boys too. This book is for the love of self-love and accepting who you are, for the society who has ever doubted black fathers taking care of their children, for the daughters of the world, for that father who needs reassurance that he's doing a great job raising his children, for that daughter whose love was built on the foundation of her father's love.