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Hello Brie,You are invited to an online screening of the novel "Soul Baby" by author, writer and producer Joseph H. James, Jr. In the multimedia section, you will be able to listen to the free audio of the prologue, view the sultry music video of one of the theme songs sung by Broadway star ( original Rent cast) Byron Utley featuring top model and actress Brigid Turner and view the soulful book trailer. Soul Baby is available in paperback and all the major eBooks formats. Please check out the beautiful website at: www.soulbabynovel.comEnjoy!
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Hampton Roads Virginia based Poet & Author Nathan Richardson has the No# 1 wedding poem on YouTube! The video is bringing him international recognition! In July 2010, Nathan will travel to Toronto Canada to perform the poem at the wedding of Minister Young Cho and his bride!!! Min. Cho is the Education Minister at Onnuri All Nations Church in Toronto. The couple has also planned a gospel concert after the wedding featuring national recording artists "Shane & Shane". Nathan will also open the concert for Shane & Shane!!! See the video -Search "Poetnathan" on Youtube
What the world needs now is love, sweet loveIt's the only thing that there's just too little ofWhat the world needs now is love, sweet love,No not just for some but for everyone.Lord, we don't need another mountain,There are mountains and hillsides enough to climbThere are oceans and rivers enough to cross,Enough to last till the end of time.What the world needs now is love, sweet loveIt's the only thing that there's just too little ofWhat the world needs now is love, sweet love,No, not just for some but for everyone.Lord, we don't need another meadowThere are cornfields and wheat fields enough to growThere are sunbeams and moonbeams enough to shineOh listen, lord, if you want to know.What the world needs now is love, sweet loveIt's the only thing that there's just too little ofWhat the world needs now is love, sweet love,No, not just for some but for everyone.No, not just for some, oh, but just for everyone.- lyrics by Hal David
The new book has finally hit the book store and already it’sGetting good reviews. Check out Love Trumps Game by d. y. Phillips, and tell a friend. An excerpt can be found at:www.debraphillips.homestead.com .
HI FRIEND,HOW ARE YOU? I WAS WANTED TO STOP BY AND SAY HELLO. I HOPE YOU ARE HAVING A FABULOUS WEEK!
AUGUST 2009 RELEASEURCHIN SOCIETY (The Memoirs of a Black Panther Cub)Alprentice David Emory Davis, Releases New Memoir Discussing growing up as a child of a Black Panther Leader, and discovering his family’s lineage as slaves on Confederate President Jefferson Davis’ Plantation. “I was born in Queens, New York, on August 12, 1970. My Father (Robert "Big" Bay) was sent to NY to represent the Party's leadership after the BBP 21 and the New York leadership were indicted, in turn being responsible for BBP affiliates on the entire eastern seaboard of the United States. He served as Huey P. Newton’s top advisor and point man on the east coast. Named after BPP Hierarchy "Alprentice (Bunchy) Carter, "David Hilliard" and Emory Douglass", Davis has felt a sense of obligation to the cause. After the FBI successfully launched the (COINTELPRO), their “Assassin’s Creed” for eliminating the Black Panther’s leaders, an entire nation of children became the collateral damage of J. Edgar Hoover’s poor domestic policy.”] – April -Aug , 2009: Former United States Navy Petty Officer, Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield Veteran and respected New York City Youth Community Organizer, is promoting his new book, scheduled for release in August of 2009. In his book “URCHIN SOCIETY” (America’s Gift To Urban America) Alprentice tells what is was like growing up in a house with parents who wanted to bring “CHANGE” to the government, before change was accepted. In the 1970’s Alprentice David Emory Davis, grew up as a child of parents - considered social/community activists and entrepreneurs. Was their path to entrepreneurial parenting by default or by conscious choice? At a time when association with The Black Panther Party could mean life in jail or a death sentence, how does one raise politics, social ideology, enterprise and family all under one roof? In his upcoming book, URCHIN SOCIETY: America’s Gift to Urban America - Mr. Davis discusses his experiences and what it was like growing up; as a “Black Panther Cub”. The book is scheduled to be released by iUNIVERSE Publishing House and is available through www.iuniverse.com. The book will also be made available at www.barnesandnoble.com and www.alprenticebooks.webstoresondemand.com . “URCHIN SOCIETY” is a memoir of an interesting life of a child who grew up in a family of social activists and leaders of the Black Revolution. Alprentice tackles socially taboo subjects like, Reaganomics, The State of Hip-Hop Today, Race, Crime and Punishment as well as America’s Role in Drug trafficking. Alprentice also explores his athletic back round and discusses community building and running a youth based program in New York City on a shoe string budget. Mr. Davis is giving exclusive interviews to all forms of media while on tour, and is open to discuss issues closely related to his book on record. "Urchin Society gives a clinic on Slavery, Hip-Hop and Politics and serves as our generation's guide through the Reaganomics era"Khalil Almustafa - Author and 2002 Nuyorican Grand Slam Champion, and author of "Growing Up Hip-Hop". 2008Alprentice is in the middle of a promotional tour, meeting and greeting book stores, public officials, making speaking engagements from state to state, as well as attending black literary events throughout the country before the book’s release.
Hi Friend,My new book, ISLAND BEAUTY comes out today and I would love it if you would check it out and purchase a personalized copy. I would really appreciate your support. To purchase book or check out my other books please visit www.newworldpublish.webs.com Thank you and have a blessed day!“ISLAND BEAUTY is the best piece Marlene have ever written. She have really matured as a writer. I think it would even make a good movie. There is great suspense and conflict. Marlene shows life and how it really is, even when we think we have good friendships, life can throw us a curve ball. I really enjoyed reading her story it was great, the tone was good and it was exciting. Keep up the good work!” Gidorah Matthews Author Of: Methuselah's Rainbow The Secret Exposed: What Every Christian Should Know The Windowsill Children Series Sage Churchill has always had the best of everything, a loving father that gave her everything her heart desired and good friends to kick it with, which always made life more exciting. She thought her life was perfect, until the day her father makes a deathbed confession that shatters her world as she knows it.When Sage finds out that her mother, whom she was led to believe died, may be alive and living in Jamaica, her world is turned upside down. She is faced with the toughest decision of her life. Does she search for a woman she’s never known or does she ignore her longing for a mother’s love?Sage, Nicky, Tish, and Lace have been friends since pre-school. But their relationship suffers when they bring the drama to Sage’s doorstep. Her girl, Nicky, has gotten herself involved in the drug game and has Sage’s name all caught up in the mix, bringing the authorities to her door. Tish, has a mystery lover and when that person’s identity is revealed, it may tear the girls’ thirteen year friendship apart and possible cause one of them to lose their life.Will Sage find her mother and live happily ever after? Will she survive the drama? Or have a nervous breakdown?
REMINDER - The launch of my new novel, "The House on Monroe Street" is this Saturday, March 21st at 4pmA short reading will be followed by a signing at Anthony's Corner1421 St. John's PlaceBrooklyn, NY 11213718-771-3939I look forward to seeing you there. Thank you for your support.Be Blessed,Jacquie Bamberg Moorewww.ReadingTimePublishing.com
Greetings Brie,Urban Christian Books released my latest book, The Legacies on July 29, 2008 and I am very excited about the project. The book is getting decent reviews. Visit my website, www.MichelleLarks.com and check them out. The book is available at all major bookstores, including Target, Wal-Mart, Amazon.com and will be available at BlackExpressions.com on August 3rd.Michelle Larks
hi Brie, nice to find out others who love the work of Nikki- I think I have all of her books!
Stopping by to wish you & your family an 'Happy Easter'. Be Blessed!
Have you all heard about the Faith and Fiction Retreat? It's taking place August 14-17, 2008 in beautiful Destin, FL at The Palms of Destin. Our featured authors are Victoria Christopher Murray, ReShonda Tate Billingsley, Kendra Norman Bellamy and Michele Andrea Bowen. Joining these bestselling authors is a huge list of Faith Fiction author panelists. For more information visit www.faithandfictionretreat.com/neweblast.htm. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you in Destin!BlessingsTiffany L Warrenauthor of "What a Sista Should Do" & Retreat Host
Hello, Let me formally introduce myself, my name is Harriet and i am trying to start an African American library in my town of Jackson, TN for teenagers and young adults to keep them off of the streets and reading books. So far we have about 70 book and about 30 teenagers and young adults so the books have been read really fast. I would like to know if you would like to donate any african american fiction and nonfiction books that you would like to get rid of. We are trying to expand and need more books but can't afford them right now because we only have a handful of people doing this project. If you are interested in donating any books to us please feel free to email me back at your convenience and I will send you the address for the books to be shipped to. If you send them or not I would like to thank you in advance just for taking the time to read this email and see our concern. God bless you and gave a great day.Sincerely Harriet
hi b,just I wont 2 tell me what about alik's book which u read ,I'm tom from sudan ,thank alot
Brie,We have 3 books in common and none of them are mine lol. Please...check out my reviews, pick up my book and......add it to your shelf.blessings,Julia
Thanks for having us on your shelf! Please come out to our book signing for our latest novel, Gotta Keep on Tryin' (sequel to 1997's Tryin' to Sleep in the Bed You Made) on Monday January 7, 2008 at Makeda Ethiopian Restaurant, 338 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 rsvp: email@example.comHope you can make it!Donna & Virginia