“Push The Button” #PTBBook — How Can I Buy the Book?

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Thank you all SO much for the initial support of my first novel, Push The Button. I have been overwhelmed by the love shown to my “baby”.

I have some updates on ordering for you!

First, you can order your hardcopy:

You can order your hardcopy here.

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Second, you can instantly download your digital copy 1 of 3 ways:

1. You can download directly here and have your copy in minutes.

2. You can order from me, here, and you will receive a personalized email from me with your book file, within 1-2 days.

3. You can buy it from Amazon and have it sent immediately to your Kindle or use n your Kindle App (and if you have Kindle Unlimited, it is FREE).

If you’re interested in bulk sales, I have some fantastic offers for you. Learn more about how you can save when you spend $50 or more or $100 or more.

Want to read interviews and reviews? Here are a few…

Black Love: Get Over ’50 Shades of Grey,’ Read ‘Push the Button’ by Brionna Jimerson On NBC

Feminista Jones’s “Push the Button” is the “Fifty Shades of Grey” Alternative I Needed to Read on XO Jane by Pia Glenn

7 kinky books and movies that are way better than ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ on Daily Dot

10 Lusty Works Of Erotic Literature Other Than ‘Fifty Shades’ by Kristen Sollee on Bustle.com

Interview with Maya Francis on Very Smart Bros

Review by Garfield at Real Goes Right

Interview and Review by Allison Granted

Finally, if you’re an independent bookseller and want to work out a consignment arrangement, please email me (info@feministajones.com) for more information.

XOXO,

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“I Believed In Freedom”

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There is a movement underway and it is unlike any we have experienced as a people before. While there are some rumblings of misguided actions of the past, there is an energy that is not quieting down and a fight that isn’t going anywhere.

Out of this movement comes a lot of art that will tell the story of what happened during our time to the generations to come. There are songs, videos, photographs, and other artistic renderings that represent the fight against state violence (police brutality, mass incarceration, etc.) and White Supremacy. Now, more than ever, we can let our voices be heard in so many ways that we cannot be silenced or ignored.

I wrote this piece, ruminating on where we have been, where we are, and what needs to happen for us to move forward.

I hope you enjoy “I Believed in Freedom” (click to open in pdf)

 

 

FJ on #WMN @huffpostlive 4.21.15

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 From Darren Sharper’s candidacy in the Pro Football Hall of Fame to “radical feminist” nuns; from women in chess to Meryl Streep’s new screenwriters lab, #WMN delves into the stories for, by and about women. Tune in and join the conversation.

Guests:

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    Charlotte Alter (New York, NY)Writer, TIME
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    Feminista Jones (New York, NY)Writer & Social Worker
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  • Katie McDonough (New York, NY)Staff Writer, Salon
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BeBe’s Kids: Live-Tweet Friday, April 24, 8pm EST

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I was overjoyed to discover that one of my favorite movies of ALL time is now on Netflix and available to stream.

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Bebe’s Kids (1992)

To impress his new girlfriend, a man agrees to look after her friend’s kids, only to find that they are uncontrollably rambunctious.

Conceived by the late, great Robin Harris during his stand-up comedy routine, the idea of “BeBe’s Kids” has become a cultural riff that injects humor into what can and has been some pretty harsh living conditions for Black people.

Join me and a few of my friends as we watch the movie and enjoy the laughs

Friday April 24, 2015

8:00 PM EST

Hashtag #BeBesKids

Follow me and the hashtag to know when to press play. You can find it on Netlflix.

FJ Named One of 7 Black Women Writers to Follow!

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I am honored to be included on a list with so many women writers that I personally admire. Each of these women is doing her part to construct a more authentic narrative about our experiences as Black people, specifically as Black women. Their work challenges people and pushes all of the right buttons.

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Get the full list and read more here

Of Course I’m a Feminist!!

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Ever since I openly declared that I am a feminist woman, I’ve been the recipient of some of the most vile hatred and vitriol one can imagine. A solid 95% of the horrible reactions have come from men who are clearly threatened by the idea of women being free. I’ve been threatened with death, rape, and been called every terrible name under the sun simply because I believe women have the right to be free and am working to that end.

Perhaps I’m out-of-touch, but I would assume that is something any and all human beings would want. Like, of course I’m a feminist!! Why aren’t you? Sure, I’ve engaged in discussions about how the word itself is often connected to specific types of women who have problematic histories and such. I’ve always countered that argument with the fact that one rotten apple doesn’t spoil any bunch.

We all have the right to identify as we choose and I make the choice to proudly identify as a feminist.

Check out my new tees and if you feel just as proud, grab one for the summer!! Many styles available.

XOXO,

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