Really Rashida is a Cleveland based writer, artist, and multimedia personality. She inherited her love of books and music from her mother and began reading at the age of three.
Her career began in 2005 when she became an intern for the Ohio Hip Hop Awards. During her five years with the organization, Rashida was able to get a taste of what the music industry was about from behind the scenes. During that time writing never left her and she eventually found her way back to it when she started blogging in 2009. She went on to write for the event's blog until 2013. In January of that same year Rashida dropped her first book, Toxic, an urban murder mystery.
Currently Rashida hosts her own podcast, writes a lifestyle blog dedicated to today's urban woman, and has an African American book review vlog.
She is still living in Cleveland and is hard at work on her next novel.
It's time to publish that book, girl!
You've told yourself over and over that you're going to follow your dreams and publish that book you've been sitting on. The problem is you can't seem to find the time, money, or resources to do it.
The Pretty Girl's Guide To Publishing was written with the understanding that a woman's job is never done.
In this fast paced sequel the Cooper empire is still in jeopardy. Henn is knee deep in drama with his forbidden lover with nowhere to turn. Genie is on a war path and is more dangerous than ever. Will this family be able to get it together before it's too late?
The Cooper sisters are rocked to the core when their mother, Dana, announces that she will be going to federal prison. Genie, the eldest who is known as the evil one, plans to strike her mother while she is weak. Her undying quest for power leads her down a path that threatens to tear the family apart.
Tracey believes that being with Andre is her key to living happily ever after. Five years and one handsome son later, she’s still chasing that dream. Her days aren’t filled with love and affection. Andre beats her relentlessly and she has reached her breaking point.