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New Book Reaches Milestone as #1 in Ethnic Demographic Studies & #1 Hot New Release On Amazon
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New Book Reaches Milestone as #1 in Ethnic Demographic Studies & #1 Hot New Release On Amazon

New Book: Our Stories Our Voices Black Men Speak Their Truth / Book 1 reached milestone as No. 1 in Ethnic Demographic Studies and No. 1 Hot New Release on Amazon.com. Black Men telling their stories and speaking their truth will give readers a glimpse into their live as well as provide an inspiration for […]

Meet The British-Ghanaian Author Taking The British Rom-Com to Africa
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Meet The British-Ghanaian Author Taking The British Rom-Com to Africa

Contemporary British fiction in an African setting featuring smart, strong-willed women dealing with themes of substance – think love, guilt, race, careers, identity and the challenges of clashing cultures – and written in a humorous and accessible style. This sums up Imperfect Arrangements, the latest novel from Frances Mensah Williams, to be released on 6 March to coincide with Ghana […]

Dr. Marcia Chatelain's New Book "Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America"
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Dr. Marcia Chatelain’s New Book “Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America”

From civil rights to Ferguson, Franchise reveals the untold history of how fast food became one of the greatest generators of black wealth in America. This March, the Colin Powell School is pleased to welcome Dr. Marcia Chatelain to The City College of New York as she presents her new book, Franchise: The Golden Arches […]

Actor and Comedian Doug E. Doug Releases First Novel Inspired by the Unique Experiences of the Hip-Hop Generation, The Fall of 1987
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Actor and Comedian Doug E. Doug Releases First Novel Inspired by the Unique Experiences of the Hip-Hop Generation, The Fall of 1987

Based on his viewpoint that the historic contributions of the Hip-Hop generation has largely been ignored by popular culture, actor and Comedian Doug E. Doug has released his first novel titled, The Fall of 1987, which tells dramatic story of a young Black man investigating the mysterious death of his brother during the rise of the […]

New Book "Our Stories, Our Voices: Black Men Speak Their Truth" Launches Online February 17, 2020!
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New Book “Our Stories, Our Voices: Black Men Speak Their Truth” Launches Online February 17, 2020!

New Book Our Stories , Our Voices: Black Men Speak Their Truth Book 1 is available for launch sale on Amazon.com starting February 17, 2020. Black Men telling their stories and speaking their truth will give readers a glimpse into their live as well as provide an inspiration for many generations into the future. Our […]

New Book Provides an Easy and Delicious 10-Day Detox Program Using Plant-Based Recipes
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New Book Provides an Easy and Delicious 10-Day Detox Program Using Plant-Based Recipes

Balancing our lives can be challenging.  We want more energy, but we are tired of all the latest trendy and fad diets.  Detoxification means ensuring your entire body is functioning at an optimal, balance level.  When our bodies are in balance, we feel energized and refreshed. Award-winning market researcher, health coach and certified yoga instructor […]

Good Winter Reads
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Good Winter Reads

Looking for a few books to cuddle up with this winter. Here are some that will inspire, educate, and let you escape while fighting the winter blues. FICTION Caring & Giving “Praise For The Caregiver” was released after the death of its young author, Samuel Park  who died in his 30s of stomach cancer. His […]

Rashida Aisha Ali Releases New Book titled “To Wait For Love Is Just To Waste Your Life Away”
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Rashida Aisha Ali Releases New Book titled “To Wait For Love Is Just To Waste Your Life Away”

Nationally Acclaimed Author Rashida Aisha Ali releases new book titled “To Wait for Love Is Just to Waste Your Life Away” Poetic Expressions of Unrequited Love. Author Dr. Rashida Aisha Ali is an author, artist, educator, and philanthropist who lectures catering to male and female audiences, conducting workshops, seminars, and symposiums on women and men related topics such as […]

New Book, HOMEBOY, Chronicles One Man's Journey from the Crack House to the Courthouse
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New Book, HOMEBOY, Chronicles One Man’s Journey from the Crack House to the Courthouse

By the time he was eight-years-old, Jawara Griffin, was abandoned by his crack-addicted mother and left squatting with his siblings in a condemned crack house with no running water or electricity. Rather than become debilitated by the trauma he encountered while homeless, living in foster care and group homes, or his brief stint in jail, […]

Basketball Icon Lebron James Gets the Comic Book Treatment
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Basketball Icon Lebron James Gets the Comic Book Treatment

Is LeBron James the greatest basketball player of all time? The Akron, Ohio native grew up in an impoverished home. His mother, sensing LeBron would thrive in a stable family environment, allowed him to live with a local youth basketball coach when he was just nine years old. Now the holder of three NBA championships, […]

What is Extraordinary Love and How Do You Find It?
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What is Extraordinary Love and How Do You Find It?

Do you long for a love so deep and enduring that it transcends life’s day-to-day pressures and limitations? One that lifts you to a place where you feel truly connected with your partner and fully nourished by your relationship? It is possible — more so than most people think. Grabbing Lightning: The Messy Quest for an Extraordinary […]

New Book from African American Pastor Examines How Black Voters Have Been Misled and Used by the Liberal’s Agenda
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New Book from African American Pastor Examines How Black Voters Have Been Misled and Used by the Liberal’s Agenda

In what is sure to be called a “controversial” new book, Rev. Bill Owens, President and Founder of the Coalition of African American Pastors, asks an important question: What has happened to prevent black Americans from achieving the dream outlined by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and other civil rights leaders? The book, titled A […]

Make the Holidays Just Peachy with Delicious Sweet and Savory Recipes by Chef Belinda Smith-Sullivan
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Make the Holidays Just Peachy with Delicious Sweet and Savory Recipes by Chef Belinda Smith-Sullivan

Who doesn’t love a sweet and juicy peach?  Long associated with summer, a new book shows that peaches can be a year-round treat. Just Peachy by Belinda Smith-Sullivan (Gibbs-Smith/May 2019) provides a vast array of delicious recipes all showcasing the versatile peach that can delight holiday meals. “Peach season is short-lived, and it can be […]

3 Ways To Protect Your Self-Worth
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3 Ways To Protect Your Self-Worth

Dr. Josh Wagner There is no end to all the things we have yet to do. There is no final goal. Any accomplishment is usually followed by another door opening another challenge. It’s inevitable. So you think you may have achieved your final goal—like getting engaged or married, or getting a coveted new job or […]

The Collaborative Experience, Inc., Open Call for African-American Men to Pen Their Stories in a New Book Anthology
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The Collaborative Experience, Inc., Open Call for African-American Men to Pen Their Stories in a New Book Anthology

“It’s time that we hear from our brothers who are doing positive things in the community and making a positive impact in the lives of others. This will be a welcomed new collection of history about black men,” says Toni Coleman Brown, Vice President of the CollaborativeExperience. Contributors to this anthology represent black men from […]