I’ve know Rheadreah’ Monet for years. We first brushed elbows in Morgantown, WV. I thinks she’d came to Tha.Speakeasy- an monthly spoken word even I used to host. When she walked up on that stage, cute dimples and attitude, the things she would say! She stopped the house. She shook the chambers. Her reach felt infinite and I knew before long I would hold her book in my hand.
Days slide quickly in this time, but yet here we stand. Me with my gray hairs shining, and her with that dimple still giving a sly wink. She’s written a book that is as controversial and raw as I knew it would be. She’s gone home to poetry and I don’t think she’ll ever leave. “The Birds, The Bees and the Boudoir” is her 10 years in the making poetry collection that touches on all things carnal, but with a deeper messsage.
But don’t let me tell you.
Watch my video with Rhea and learn more.
And be ready for my part in the first release of another friend of mine’s poetry collection, debuting on Valentine’s Day. So fitting.