Often using history as a lens to gain insight into the roles gender and race play in self-determination, Chandra creates vivid characters in stories that engage readers and inspire discussion.
“I knew from an early age, eleven or twelve, that I wanted to be an author. When I was a child, one of my favorite activities was spending quiet hours in my room writing short stories (come to think of it, that is still one of my favorite activities). I also reveled in make-believe games with my two brothers; I remember pretending to be pirates and Ghostbusters and jewel thieves and deep-sea divers. Those early, fanciful imaginings no doubt gave me creative fodder for the books that I’ve written, and the books that I hope are still to come.”
This anti-bullying video from the Yankees is making the rounds, but I love it so much I am sharing it here too. https://t.co/OdFiZViDoC
Sadly, I now align just-officially-guilty Bill Cosby more with the just-caught Golden State Killer than with his wo… https://t.co/OtlTNX1EcZ