Figuratively Speaking, I’m Glad You’re Here

As we launch our new website, I wanted to dedicate this section to communicating with my readers on what is to be the latest content for the series and for me as an author.

I’ll be focusing a lot on this last book and working a lot to get this content to you all. This was a challenge but so necessary to give to you all. 2020 has for many (including myself) built a lot of rollercoasters emotionally and mentally. This time has given us the knowledge to know that we are not always in control, but we do have the responsibility to control our reactions. The Yes Talk inspiration stems from the feeling that the world around us has continuously told us that “No” is our only option. I write the final installment of the Figurative Keys series to let you know that the world is wrong. Our inner strength and power is so much more than what anyone else can limit us to, Be encouraged, the fight is not over. Figuratively Speaking, I’m Glad You’re Here will continue to inspire, shed light, and give hope in this time where we feel we have nowhere to turn. The delivery is on the way, and head to the bookstore to pre-order yourself a copy!

Published by figurativekeys

Tia L. Deas was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina, on July 27, 1992. She grew up in Stone Mountain, Georgia and Cocoa, Florida, before settling in Norfolk, Virginia. She is the mother to a handsome son named Tristan Deas. She received her Bachelors of Arts in English Literature in 2016. She will receive her Masters of Arts in Teaching English in December of 2018. She is currently in her second year teaching 6th grade English for Norfolk Public Schools. Tia is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated and Order of Eastern Star. Her passion is affecting her community and the world. Tia enjoys reading, playing bingo, and traveling the world. Change is her motivation.

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