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Hey, friends. So much to tell you. For the past week, I’ve been in Michigan planning the November release of my new book, President of the Whole Sixth Grade… 319 more words


Ok I guess my questions goes out to men women all of you ” Why is it that you think life is all about a game? 232 more words

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African American History Professor Discusses History of Racism & Charleston Church Murders on KAZI Book Review Monday 

On June 17, 2015, nine African Americans were killed at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charlestown, South Carolina by a young white supremacist hoping to ignite a race war.   136 more words

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10 Books (On Technique) That Every Writer Should Read

You know how the saying goes… “every great writer reads”… or something like that. As much as I’ve read throughout the years, I will say that I’ve never been more motivated, challenged, or creatively stimulated than after I’ve mentally engaged in a good book. 1,652 more words

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WHAT’S IN A NAME? Help me select one of the top three suggestions from Facebook followers for my new pen name!

1. FARRAH ANGEL, the softer side of Sherri Winston… 508 more words

The Top Publishers for New Writers

If you want to publish your creative writing, this article is for you. Especially if you dream of publishing a book.  Today I am going to focus on a handful of top-notch publishing companies that don’t require you to submit via an agent. 2,057 more words

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Novelist Sterling Watson and Black Author Summer Reading Recommendations Focus of KAZI Book Review

Sterling Watson, author of the novel SUITCASE CITY and Peggy Terry, co-chair of the Folktales Black Women’s Literary Society in Austin, Texas are today’s guests on KAZI Book Review at 12:30p.m. 125 more words

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