Toya Johnson Praises The Book 'Broken Crayons Still Color'
Toya Johnson is still supporting black-owned businesses and artists. Now, she is gushing over an author who wrote a book called Broken Crayons Still Color.
Check out the post that she shared on her social media account below.
'This book was amazing! Since the start of Covid, I’ve been reading more and looking for more black authors. Broken Crayons Still Color was an excellent read, and I really enjoyed the story. Get your copy now by clicking the link in the bio of @therealrichforever. Make sure you get one before it’s sold out again. #supportblackauthors 📚' Toya captioned her post.
Someone said: 'You need to check out black authors Ashley and Jaquavis,' and another follower advised Toya: '@toyajohnson check out sista Souljah coldest winter ever.'
A fan said: 'Also, @authordanielleallen "Sweatpants Season" and "Cuffing Season," Alexandra House "Let Me Love You" and continue with the series, Alexandra Warren "Attractions, and Distractions" and "If Only for the Summer."'
A commenter wrote: 'Check out @ashleyantoinette collection... Ethic, Moth to a Flame, Butterfly... girl, it’s sooo many you’ll be reading for a while ❤️'
Another Instagrammer told Toya: 'Check out @_diiamondddd_ books, I promise you'll be hooked!! I highly recommend the Daddy Gurlz series!'
Someone else left this message: 'You gotta check my girl books @authorbarbiescott once you pick up her books you will never put it down you will definitely be looking for the next 1 @toyajohnson.'
Also, Toya is organizing a virtual Weight No More event.
You probably know that these events used to raise awareness about obesity and overweight, and Toya continues the great work in this direction. Fans are completely in awe.