Today I have a treat for you, dear reader.
One long promised (apologies for the delay). Last week, one of my favourite people in the world published a book she put her whole heart, story, and self into. To help teach people through her own experiences and through the knowledge she’s gained along the way about soul care and fighting white supremacy.
One of my recently shared “Stories Well Told” was about Rachel Ricketts’ new book, Do Better: Spiritual Activism for Fighting and Healing from White Supremacy. It is a masterclass in authentic, honest storytelling with purpose. Rachel describes it as a book written to white women for BIWOC. Really, it’s a guide for anyone who has had intentions to better understand and address white supremacy but hasn’t known where to start.
It also provides compelling insight into the lived experience of Black women in the world. I want as many people as possible to read it, which is why I’m giving away three copies of this remarkable book.
This time it’s only for Adventures in Storytelling subscribers, because you’ve already shown by signing up and engaging each week that you are interested in learning from stories of all kinds.
Here’s how you can enter:
Respond to this email with a note saying, “sign me up for the giveaway!” (and anything else you feel like mentioning to me—it goes right to my inbox). That will automatically get you one entry.
To enter multiple times, just share an issue of the newsletter you enjoyed with your people via email or social. Tag me on social (@chantaie everywhere) and cc email@example.com on email—be sure to encourage them to sign up.
If your friends want to get their names in the draw, they can subscribe and then share an issue tagging me or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If they mention you in their post, that’ll get you another entry(!)
This book is a gift from Rachel to the world and I’m so glad to get to share it with some of you.
The contest will run until Friday February 26, 2021 so you have time to enter and share share share.