LaChelle Weaver

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LaChelle Weaver is a native North Carolinian and avid reader whose love for writing and storytelling spans back to childhood. An English graduate of North Carolina State University, she’s always had a passion for weaving words together to create an entertaining and engaging reading experience.

LaChelle is one of the bestselling co-authors of Brown Girls Books' award-nominated anthology, The Dating Game where you can read her short story, "We Ain't the Huxtables". Her debut novel, Sister Surrogate will release summer 2016 also under Brown Girls Books.

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LaChelle Weaver Thanks, Sister Scribe! I'm a fan of your writing as well. My writing schedule is usually all over the place. I'd definitely like to become more…moreThanks, Sister Scribe! I'm a fan of your writing as well. My writing schedule is usually all over the place. I'd definitely like to become more structured. Unfortunately, I don't write everyday due to my work schedule. When I do write, it's mainly during the night since I'm used to being up due to years of working the night shift. (less)
LaChelle Weaver Fortunately, I don't ever have writer's block. I usually have a good idea on how I want my story to flow. It's just a matter of being able to execute…moreFortunately, I don't ever have writer's block. I usually have a good idea on how I want my story to flow. It's just a matter of being able to execute it from my mind to the page.(less)
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Keep aligning yourself with positive people and see what happens. A multitude of opportunities and possibilities. Oftentimes, people are comfortable with you remaining stagnant because if you start changing, it becomes a glaring reflection of what they’re not doing and wish they would have. And then suddenly, it becomes “you think you’re better than”. I say, #girlboo and #boybye!! I am better,...

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Every Year, Every Christmas by J.L. Sapphire
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This was a great, heartwarming short story with an unexpected twist. There were some valuable lessons packed in these few pages and I found it to be relatable. Life isn’t promised and there may not always be enough time to wait for the right time.
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This was a great, heartwarming short story with an unexpected twist. There were some valuable lessons packed in these few pages and I found it to be relatable. Life isn’t promised and there may not always be enough time to wait for the right time.
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
"My book club selected this as our latest read, and I dragged my feet reading it because I really didn't think it would appeal to me. In fact, I had planned to sit it out. But our meeting got pushed, and then I thought, "well, now I have to read it..." Read more of this review »
The 12 Daves of Christmas by K.L. Brady
"I had this book last Christmas and am unsure why I didn’t read it then, but I’m so glad I waited. Brady used a very interesting concept and it was quite an entertaining journey with the main character, Gabrielle. There were very memorable lines fr..." Read more of this review »
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Home is where the heart is...For London Bridges the heart was her family—her mother and her brother, Landon. After her parents divorced, home nor the holidays have felt the same for London. She misses the traditions they once shared as a family and t ...more
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“If you’ve ever had a dream or goal that you’ve aspired to accomplish, never give up on it. If you have the perseverance and determination to follow your passion, then you can see it come into fruition. Surround yourself with positive people, keep your eyes on the prize and big doors will open. Be ready to step into them because once you do, there’s no turning back.”
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“If you’ve ever had a dream or goal that you’ve aspired to accomplish, never give up on it. If you have the perseverance and determination to follow your passion, then you can see it come into fruition. Surround yourself with positive people, keep your eyes on the prize and big doors will open. Be ready to step into them because once you do, there’s no turning back.”
LaChelle Weaver

“...no woman can love a weak man hard enough to make him strong.”
Pearl Cleage, Just Wanna Testify

“Loneliness is black coffee and late-night television; solitude is herb tea and soft music. Solitude, quality solitude, is an assertion of self-worth, because only in the stillness can we hear the truth of our own unique voices.”
Pearl Cleage, Deals with the Devil, and Other Reasons to Riot

“Language is a poor enough means of communication as it is. So we should use all the words we have.”
Caitlín R. Kiernan, The Drowning Girl

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