- Atlanta, GA, USA
- member since May 21, 2010
Latifa S’s last login was Sunday, June 6, 2010.
Hello Latifa S.! I'm renown street lit author Darrell King and your Shelfari friend, who is hosting a terrific FREE book giveaway campaign in order to promote my latest street lit/horror thriller entitled "Deadly Phine: A Tale of Urban Terror"! All that i will need is your email address & I will forward to you the PDF version of this riveting novel as well as its accompanying book trailer as an added bonus feature! All I require is that you post a review of the work onto Amazon, Goodreads, Barnes & Nobles, Shelfari or any of your favorite literary sites as part of the Deadly Phine summer 2012 promotion!, and if you truly enjoy both the book trailer & novel please recommend 'Deadly Phine' to your avid street fiction circle as well! I also invite you to visit my website http://www.darrellkingproductions.com as well. I would not be here if it were not for the unyielding love, loyalty & support of you the reader in general & urban fiction fans in particular. This is my thanks to you for your awesome support for me throughout the years! I dedicate my entire literary career to you & your reading pleasure! Sincerely, Darrell King aka 'The King of Southern Street Literature'
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Books make excellent Christmas gifts, so check this out…
Take a young, spicy grandmother and two street-wise kids
Take a missing mother, and stir in a killer who will
stop at nothing to get what he wants.
Who will protect the children?
Read what happens next in the best selling Urban book:
Love Trumps Game
By d.y. Phillips
The page-turner book that folks are talking about!!
Reviews and an excerpt can be found on amazon.com .
• available at Black Expressions Book Club!!
• For a comical read try: The High Price Of A Good Man (by debra Phillips)
How many of those black author novels could be made into a movie that could rival BROOKLYN'S FINEST? I know that many of them are of that type quality. I ask because the hood is a place with so many stories tell, many people to tell it, and different perspectives to tell it from. I was wandering could I get a review from you an honest one? check out some of the post on my blog. They are post I wrote while doing research for the novels I write.