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Theresa A. Laws
Presiding in the Chicago-land area, Theresa A. Laws has followed through on her calling and published her first book, Diary of a Divine Relationship (Jack and Kelly). There are many more books to follow including a sequel to the current one as she writes as divinely inspired. She has...
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Andrew Eseimokumo Oki was born in Nigeria and grew up in the city of Warri. He has a first degree in English and Literature and a masters in Information Technology Management. 'Bonfires of the gods' is his first novel and has been featured as a special selection at London's premiere...
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BJ Cyprian has harbored a passion for writing from a young age. It took her a while to get around to writing her first book because frankly, she wasn't sure she had anything to say that others wanted to hear. After years of successfully posting Facebook posts regaling her friends...
Lakyshia L. Shelton
Lakyshia L Shelton born September 21 1988, in Pahokee Fl to the parents Mary L Burnett-Shelton & Lorenzo Shelton Sr. Lakyshia was raised in Clewiston Fl and is the youngest of her mother & father host of children and step-children! Lakyshia loves to write and...
Sylvester Boyd Jr.
Sylvester Boyd Jr. is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He received an Assoc. in Arts Degree/Kennedy King College, and a B.A. degree from Chicago State University in geography, with a minor in history. During the ‘70s, he worked for American Airlines as a crew chief. For over 20 years, he...
Lola LePaon
Lola LePaon was born and raised in Bayonne, NJ, and considers the island of Oahu her second home. She's a self-proclaimed pancake aficionado, Jay-Z's biggest fan, and blend of fictional characters Carrie Bradshaw and Harleen Quinzel. As a gemini who relishes duality, she believes variety is not just the spice...
Irene Ayo Asuen
Irene Ayo Asuen is a member of the Poetry Society of America and holds degrees in Business Management and Finance, and professional certificates in International Business, Project Management and teaching. She is the author of Not Quite Imperfect, Destiny’s Faces, Destiny's Voices, Destiny's Anguish and Destiny's Love. She is currently...
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Catherine Lavender
In 2012, Catherine Lavender started to write Contemporary Women Fiction, and her first novel was published in 2013 by Whimsical Publications. In 2016, Catherine’s second novel In Black & White was published by Chamomile Books and has won the 2016 Cover of the Year Award by Author's Circle as well...
J. Everett Prewitt
J. Everett Prewitt is a Vietnam veteran and a former Army officer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, and a Master of Science Degree in Urban Studies from Cleveland State University. Prewitt was awarded the title of distinguished alumni at both schools. ...
Denise Turney
Denise Turney (www.chistell.com) is a professional speaker and writer who brings more than thirty years of book, newspaper, magazine, radio and business speaking and writing to a project. She has been listed in various entertainment and business directories, including industry leaders such as Who’s Who, 100 Most Admired African...
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Khali Raymond is an exceptional individual who had published a lot of work at a very young age. His serious and realistic writing style is just the icing on the cake when you’re indulging into him. Not only he’s into writing, but he has a muse for music and a...
Johnnie Renee Perez
Synopsis: Society believes that bad parenting causes the troubles of the inner cities. Fact is: There is no excuse for bad parenting when Mafia blood is raised in the hood. The only grandson of a Mafia drug lord ANTONIO "SHAWN" PEREZ, JR. wanted to become a drug dealer...
Gary James
BLACK POLITICS 2.0: Black politics prior to and during the political advent of President Barack Obama Transfer Day: Author researches family ancestry on St. Croix, USVI, and also discovers the impact of Virgin Islanders on the culture and politics in New York City Gary James, Author,...
Dan Vanderburg
Dan Vanderburg is a proud sixth-generation Texan whose ancestors helped tame the frontier and develop Texas into an independent republic and then a state in the American Union. Thrilling stories about the early days in Texas gave Dan the spark to research early Texas. His research led him to write...
A.L. Smith
Dr. A.L. Smith read her first full-length novel (The Boxcar Children, by Gertrude Chandler Warner) in the third grade and it spawned her passion for reading. According to Dr. Smith, the hallmark of a great story is the resounding presence of a character that transcends the final pages of the...
Sara Allen-Bouda
Born in London to Jamaican parents, I grew up understanding determination is key. Never say, ‘Can’t’ but always say, ‘Strive’. I obtained a degree in The History of Art, from SOAS, My love is the written word, through Calligraphy, painting, writing and speaking. My other love is to share the...
Russell A Mebane
The author is an Army brat, who was born in Womack Army Hospital, Fort Bragg, North Carolina on October 7th, 1977. He has lived on both coasts of the U.S., but has spent most of his life in the region of the U.S. known as "The South". Thus if you...
Von Mozar
‘Concerning all acts of initiative and creation, there is one elementary truth: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too - whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now!’ Johann Wolfgang von Goether...
Kipjo K. Ewers
Kipjo K. Ewers was born July 1, 1975. At an early age, he had an active imagination. By the time he started kindergarten he would create fictional stories, one of his favorites was about a character named “Old Man Norris” who hated everyone in the world except for him. ...
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