On the seventeenth day of the SIAD blog tour, I am proud and excited to share an interview with my dear friend, globe-trotting change-maker, and fellow social worker, Naomi Rosen. Here's what Naomi has to say about Somehow I Am Different and her take on my journey to bring the book to life.
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Lily Chang is our personal superstar. Today she shares with the Somehow I Am Different Blog Tour snippets of her journey toward self-acceptance while fully accepting just how hard it is to put that journey into words.
Thank you for sharing with us, Lily! Check out her post here and become part of the conversation.
Stefanie Groner brings us back to Budapest today with her blog post about Passover, celebrating tradition with fellow students, community, and searching in Budapest, Hungary. Thank you for sharing with us, Stef! Read on.
Today on the Blog Tour we are happy to share a piece written by Holly Kammier, author of Kingston Court, which a top British book reviewer says "has some of the best love scenes in a contemporary novel" (check it out yourself!). Holly is also one of the developmental editors of Somehow I Am Different and now serves on the Acorn Author Services and Publishing team! Today Holly shares one of her "Kick Ass Women" pieces about Alyssa and her journey to write Somehow I Am Different.
Thank you, Holly, for your spirit, support, and writing! Be sure to check out Holly's site for more goods.
I am excited to share Arjuna Jayawardena's post for Day Seven of the Somehow I Am Different Blog Tour! Learn about themes of religious differences and similarities, tradition and continuity, finding self in spirituality, community coming together in times of joy, and the art of asking ourselves important questions for our future and for the future of our world.
Thank you for sharing your light with us, Arjuna!
I am incredibly proud today to share my older brother's blog post about my first book, Somehow I Am Different. Beyond this post, please check out his blog for entertaining, cunning, insightful pieces about the world in which we live today.
Thank you, Josh, for sharing a piece of your world with me and with the readers of this post. For the record, you are still #winning.
Thank you, Jordan, for kicking off the Somehow I Am Different Blog Tour with us! Jordan Sala Tenna is an up-and-coming fellow author with Acorn Author Services and Publishing. Be sure to check him out and cheer him on!
We have learned so much from your thoughtful questions, Jordan! We hope all of you readers out there enjoy Jordan's blog post as much as we do.
Read Jordan's interview-style blog post here and let us know what you think!