“I like to be referred to as both African-American and Black. They both to me represent power, being bold and unapologetic. Black is beautiful, African American is royal. They both come with responsibility to be aware of self and to negate poorly misguided stereotypes. We whether refered to as African American or Black show the beauty and variety of God's creation. As African American or Black I will not let my skin color define my experiences but yet allow who I am be a source of pride to anyoune who graces my shadow.”
She says it and she’s keeping it real. She “The Author” writes her myth just as we all do daily in our mind and stories we tell to each other, but she tells her story about you from your lovers identity of you.
Arica is a hot mess on the planet of we’re not ready yet. She looks at the souls of men and women and translates what she discovers into literary works of art.
She is fire and always ready to give you some truth that reflects from personal experience before trying to change you or sell you some BS you can get elsewhere.
An articulate speaker, motivator, and encourager. Her writing plays like your own personal soundtrack wherever you’re standing at every moment of your life.
Inside your head, man and woman just enjoy the lounge, her voice, her
story and her light.
Speak To The King In Me Synopsis
You ever wonder why our men behave in the negative ways they do? Could it be the negative words we have spoken into them have rooted and taken life. What would happen if we stopped calling them no good, punks, dogs, etc and began to call the prince, royal, King. Through this book Author Arica Quinn hopes to encourage the Queen in you to speak life into the Kings that surround you. Your husbands, boyfriend, sons, nephews, uncles, cousins, co-workers. It doesn't matter who the Kings are around you they’re calling out to their Queen's to “Speak To The King In Me”