So, since this will be the last VSB post of 2012—I know, I know, I know. It’s tragic. Please try not to cry too much—we’d like to end the year with a couple updates about what’s going on with us now and what to look forward to in 2013.
***When you come back in January, there will be some veryÂ noticeableÂ changes with the site. Won’t go into detail about what exactly that’ll entail, but yeah. Things will just be…different.
***The filming and editing process with our TV Pilot is almost complete. Although the site won’t be active for the next couple of weeks, our Twitter and Facebook pages will still be updated.
***We’re also going to start distributing the gifts promised to those who contributed. Those should be coming in the next few weeks.
***Book #2 is in the works. Won’t give away too much about that yet, but will say that it has, um, something to do with this.Â
***If you find yourself missing words written by VSB over the next couple of weeks, you can always find me at Ebony.com and Madame Noire and Panama at Guyspeak
That’s about it, folks. We hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday experience, and if the world doesn’t end in the next couple of days, we’ll see you all in 2013!
Liz here. We’re skipping our regular entry today because your very own Panama Jackson was featured in a web series talk show that debuts today on MadameNoire.com. The show is called Ask A Black Man, and it’s all about love, dating, sex and relationships from the male perspective. I happen to be the Executive Producer on the series, so you know if 2/3 of VSB is involved it’s gotta be halfway decent! Ha.
This episode is called “The Life of A SIngle Man” and Panama will also be featured in The Sex Episode premiering on April 11. Make sure you tune into Ask A Black Man every Wednesday for new episodes.
Anyway, press play below or head on over to Episode 1 and watch over there.
Tell us what you think about Panama’s Participation! Did he represent well for the 3s?