An interactive journal for anyone ready to show up in the world as their most potent, authentic, and empowered self
Rebecca Walker is an award-winning, bestselling author of seven books, including two memoirs, a novel, and five collections. An activist and teacher, she was named by Time magazine as one of the most influential leaders of her generation. Lily Diamond is an award-winning writer, photographer, and proponent of rewilding. She is the creator of the internationally beloved blog Kale & Caramel, and author of the bestselling memoir-cookbook Kale & Caramel: Recipes for Body, Heart & Table. Together they host the What's Your Story? podcast.
"Rebecca Walker and Lily Diamond have created a powerful workbook to rewrite your life--to transform the scripts you've inherited into the narratives you choose." --Esther Perel, New York Times bestselling author, therapist, and podcast host "This journal is beautiful. It will help you find your voice and, finally, hold it sacred." --Cleo Wade, author of Heart Talk and Where to Begin "What's Your Story? is a meditation on purposeful being, thinking, and action. It offers a clear and attainable blueprint for unbinding ourselves from the stories of who we once were and sets us on a path of who we are becoming. It is the book we need to carry us through this moment." --Latham Thomas, founder of Mama Glow, author of Own Your Glow "Rebecca Walker and Lily Diamond have created a magnificent exploration of creativity and identity. They welcome readers into a vibrant world, filled with encouraging meditations and engaging writing prompts. What's Your Story?: A Journal for Everyday Evolution instantly prepares you to write your own remarkable story. A must-read for any aspiring memoirist!" --Glory Edim, author and founder of Well-Read Black Girl "After I published my memoir, I urged everyone I knew to write their own story. Only in putting my experiences down on paper could I make sense of them, face myself, and grow. What's Your Story? provides a framework to achieve this awakening with remarkable simplicity, clarity, and friendliness--to build a house of your truth and your story that, in the end, is a lovely home." --Bobby Kim, bestselling author of This Is Not a T-Shirt and cofounder of The Hundreds