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10 Steps to writing a killer dating profile with spoken word poet Tamara Blue

Step 1-Be Honest. My friend Tika doesn’t tell the people she meets her real name or give out her phone number. At first, they exchange emails until they are better acquainted. Then once she gets to know you a bit better she will exchange digits. It’s okay to have stage names but it’s not okay to hide things like what you do for a living or whether or not you have children or even a wife. In her bio Tika mentions her kids but does not like the idea of having pictures of her kids floating around the web like that. Even, if you are single and on your own, imagine yourself five years from now. Ten years from now. If you want kids in the future include this in your bio. If you do not have children but do not want them in the future write about that. If you have children of your own but are not interested in raising any more kids, be honest and upfront about it.

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Top 10 black bibliophiles of youtube

A list of all things #blacknbookish on youtube

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Merriam Webster online dictionary

Merriam Webster described a bibliophile as someone who loves or collects books. I am bibliophile to some degree but not like booktubers. Youtube isn’t just for how to videos and beauty hacks. Many people are enthralled with the world of booktube, a book community on YouTube. Book lovers can go on Youtube and watch booktubers slow read, speed read, review and discover new books.

I am book collector and I recently discovered booktube. What is booktube? Booktube is a community of bibliophiles who make youtube videos about books they’ve read and issues they face in the booktube community. Recent uploads may include most recent book hauls, TBR list which as you might have guess stands for to be read list. Race and diversity is a hot topic on booktube lately as many black youtubers on booktube have spoken out on topics like racism and discrimination on the youtube.

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