RMU Alumna Graduates from Law School & Publishes First Book
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Each chapter embodies a blunt, yet lovely and comedic tone; and is coupled with a playlist that coincides with what is being discussed, making the growth process that much more interesting.
Rasheeda Nikki Wadley graduated from Robert Morris University's Paralegal Program in November, 2011 and she did so at the top of her class. During Wadley's time at RMU, writing quickly became her go-to as a creative outlet. It allowed her to stay focused-- helping her achieve her academic and professional goals. While enrolled at Robert Morris University, Wadley began writing for "The Eagle" and soon became the Editor-in-Chief. Her tell-it-like-it-is writing style and her willingness to write about what she knows made her one of the schools most popular writers. What began as a creative outlet grew into passion. Wadley launched her first blog in 2014.
It was then that she began opening the conversation with men and women about modern day dating and relationships. These interviews, surveys and personal experiences evolved into her first book "WTF: Why the Fuss?" While graduating from South Texas College of Law, she was able to publish WTF? on Amazon the same week.
"WTF" is an honest and straight forward take on the everyday challenges of dating and relationships for women today. This is not your typical "Men are from Mars. Women are from Venus" ideology. Instead, it opens with "Maybe Its You. Write Down Five Things You Like About Yourself."
Each chapter embodies a blunt, yet lovely and comedic tone; and is coupled with a playlist that coincides with what is being discussed, making the growth process that much more interesting. WTF? is a no-holds-barred and gimmick-free book that will reboot women's intuitions-- empowering women to use the knowledge they already have about dating but more effectively. After all, dating shouldn't be stressful. It should be fun!
RMU alumnus Nate Daubert handled the graphic design/layout for the book; Ricardo Medina, RMU alumnus, managed Nikki through the production/release of her book; Lelani Yats, RMU aluma, served as creative consultant; and Paul Gazsak, RMU faculty, served as editor.