One of my goals for this new school year is to do more school visits. To help make that happen, I’ve created this Leila Sales school visit flyer. Click on it, let me know what you think, and maybe invite me to visit your school (or your kids’ school, or your former school, or just sic me on a stranger’s school, whatever). I’m living in Austin, Texas; I’m frequently in NYC; my family is in Boston; and I love to travel so if you have students who don’t live in any of those places, it’s not too much of a hard sell to get me to come to wherever you are.
Hope to see some of you over the course of this school year!
Do you need some things to read on the internet so you don’t have to go address your to-do list? Great — here are some things for you to read!
Firstly, I wrote up a list of seven strategies to keep online bullying out of your life for the website SheKnows. These are all techniques that I worked out while I was writing If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say, and they are valuable for all of us (even if you don’t think of yourself as ever participating in social media tear-downs).
Also, if you want to read any interviews with me about If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say, you can do that! I had really in-depth conversations with the Mary Sue and North of the Internet about public shaming, social justice, and saying the wrong things online. If you read these interviews and have your own responses, let me know — I’d love to discuss these issues with you, too.
Leila on Twitter
Super-interesting data in here. Makes me proud to be from MA, less proud of most places I’ve lived since then. https://t.co/wNCKzBZTb6 - Tuesday Jul 16 - 3:52pm
RT @MikaylaTweeting: @guardian Why would you write a list to try and get a teen into reading without a single YA title on it - Tuesday Jul 16 - 3:37am
RT @thedailybeast: "Trump is not a fine person. His words Sunday were not racially 'charged,' 'fueled,' or 'tinged.' They were unapologetic… - Tuesday Jul 16 - 12:16am