In a week I’m heading to London for the very first time!! I’ll be there to celebrate the release of Woman Of Color with a party/reading/conversation (with Freddie Harrel) hosted by the Violet Book. It’s my only London event, and unlike the other cities––we’re combining the reading and the party!
I’m super excited to spend a few days exploring and working a bit (rushing back from L.A really left me extremely jet-lagged) after the event. And while I would still love to know what to do, where to go, and what to eat, I’m also interested in what I may feel?
Does that make sense?
I know feeling in any one city depends on the person, but after traveling for a bit, I realize that when my friends say, “You may feel like this…” it’s almost always true. I appreciate it because it prepares me for the city, while allowing me to still be open to the experience. And maybe it’s just my anxiety talking, but I don’t like to be shocked by how a far-off city may feel.
So if you’ve been to London, or if you’ve visited before, what was your experience? How did it feel?!
If you’d like to attend my event in London, we have very few spots available! So please RSVP to Adrienne@latonyayvette.com and we will send you the address with your confirmation.