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Spotlight on Author Lashanta Charles

LaShanta Charles was born and raised in the small town of Orangeburg, SC. She has always been an avid reader of all genres, but Urban / African American Fiction has always been her true love and is what inspired her to pursue a writing career. 886 more words


BlackBizDaily Spotlight – Black Owned Book Stores

Today we highlight two African American owned bookstores that provide a central location for readers to choose from an array of authors.

Hue-Man Bookstore is the largest African American online bookstore, located in Harlem, New York. 61 more words

Giving Thanks Always: Two Children's Thanksgiving Books

Everyday that I wake up I give thanks.  As a person who is grateful to wake up this morning, and as a school librarian, I’m sharing two books that talk about thanks and Thanksgiving from different perspectives.   410 more words

African American History


“I hate when it rains. Reduces visibility.” That was my uninformed, upstart of a partner running his mouth again, not knowing a damn thing about anything that mattered. 1,407 more words


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I really enjoyed this piece of flash fiction. I want to know more about the old man!