Michaé Baisden is a copywriter, social media strategist and prospective vegetarian living in Chicago. Her work has been published in the Miami Herald
For the last three years she's worked with her father, Michael Baisden, as a social media manager, radio producer and content manager. After leaving the company in April 2018, she wrote a letter to her father. It turned into the rough draft of her first book.
Michaé is sharing the ups-and-downs of publishing her debut book in order to connect aspiring authors with resources and inspiration.
All photography provided by Dustin Allen
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