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    Arts Hub Short Story Contest. Win $600 in cash and cool stuff plus publication on the Nub: Indie Arts Hub

    To enter the contest: Download free app The Nub: Indie Arts Hub and click on the “Underworld Contest’ Banner.

     Nub: Indie Arts Hub
    Nub: Indie Arts Hub


    Theme: Anything Underworld (dig in to the sewers, bomb shelters, basements and your deepest hells!). Deadline: November 20th, 2014. Cost: FREE. Two Categories: University Student (Undergraduate or Graduate) or General Emerging Writer. Each category will have its own winner and prize. You cannot enter in both categories.

    Go here for complete contest rules.

    About The Nub: Indie Arts Hub
    The NUB: Indie Arts Hub is an App compatible with iPhone/iPad and Android that provides a stream of independent Arts and Culture content from across North America directly to readers 5 times per week. Think of it as a a mini-digest of diverse content from participating independent arts and culture magazines. Each day, you will find in your phone a new column, poem, short story, interview, profile, book/zine review, comic or rant from one of five of North America’s best independent arts and culture magazines. The Nub features content from Broken Pencil: The Magazine of Zine Culture and the Independent Arts; Geist Magazine; Subterrain Magazine; Matrix Magazine; 49thShelf.com and Taddle Creek Magazine.

    Theme: Anything Underworld (dig in to the sewers, bomb shelters, basements and your deepest hells!)

    Deadline: November 20th, 2014
    Cost: FREE

    Chose Your Category: There are two categories you can enter under. You can enter as a University Student (Undergraduate or Graduate) or as a General Writer. Each category will have its own winner. You cannot enter in both categories.

    Prizes: Each grand prize winner will get the following
    - $400 cash
    - publication on The Nub: Indie Arts Hub

    - $200 Broken Pencil Prize Pack including a subscription to BP, Can’tLit: Fearless Fiction from Broken Pencil, the Broken Pencil Fiction anthologystickers, t-shirts, buttons and more!

    - The Program a novel by BP founder Hal Niedzviecki
    - Plus surprise weirdness!

    note: The top 5 stories in each category will also be published on The Nub: Indie Arts Hub app.
    - See more at: http://www.brokenpencil.com/nubcontest#sthash.VzlqCep8.dpuf

    About The Nub: Indie Arts Hub
    The NUB: Indie Arts Hub is an App compatible with iPhone/iPad and Android that provides a stream of independent Arts and Culture content from across North America directly to readers 5 times per week. Think of it as a a mini-digest of diverse content from participating independent arts and culture magazines.

    Each day, you will find in your phone a new column, poem, short story, interview, profile, book/zine review, comic or rant from one of five of North America’s best independent arts and culture magazines.

    The Nub features content from Broken Pencil: The Magazine of Zine Culture and the Independent Arts; Geist Magazine; Subterrain Magazine; Matrix Magazine; 49thShelf.com and Taddle Creek Magazine.

    - See more at: http://www.brokenpencil.com/nubcontest#sthash.VzlqCep8.dpuf


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    (BPRW) AFTER OBAMA AUTHOR RETAINS SONSHINE COMMUNICATIONS AS HIS AOR

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – Miami, FL – Marc Curtis Little, author of the critically acclaimed independent novel, After Obama, has retained Florida-based PR firm, Sonshine Communications, as his agency of record (AOR). The nationally recognized firm, led by veteran marketer Bernadette Morris, will be managing all aspects of communications for Little’s independently published book and will develop his nationwide branding.

     Marc Curtis Little
    Marc Curtis Little


    “I cannot express how joyful I am to partner with Sonshine Communications on my future endeavors,” Little said. “I had the opportunity to work side-by-side with Ms. Morris on some incredible marketing campaigns, including the landmark Florida anti-tobacco effort in the late nineties so I am aware of her capabilities. Under her leadership for the past 20 years, Sonshine’s staff has been at the forefront of some notable marketing strategies across the country. In addition to her competence, Ms. Morris shares my devotion to all things spiritual,” Little added.

    After Obama is Little’s fourth novel. The book is an engaging, gripping account filled with intrigue. Marc fondly refers to it as the most ambitious “what if” political novel in publishing history. Other novels written by Marc include Don’t Blink When God Calls (2008, Infinity Publishing), the Indie Excellence Award-winning Angels in the Midst (2010, Infinity Publishing), and the Next Generation Indie Book Award-winning Magnificent Redemption (2012, CreateSpace/MLPR Books).

    “The Sonshine team looks forward to working with Marc in expanding his brand recognition nationwide,” said Bernadette Morris, president/CEO, Sonshine Communications. “He is a seasoned writer and well-respected professional in the media industry nationwide.”

    Incorporated in 1993, Sonshine Communications is one of the most seasoned and successful independently-owned public relations, marketing and advertising firms in the nation. Sonshine specializes in cause-related campaigns, and offers a wide array of services including advertising, public and community outreach, media relations, multi-media and graphic design.


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    Celebrate Octavia E. Butler

    On June 24, two new works by Octavia E. Butler will be available for the first time. Discovered in her archives, Unexpected Stories is one of the most important science fiction announcements of 2014 and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate Octavia Butlers contributions to the genre.

    One of the first African American writers to rise to prominence in the field of science fiction, Butler has touched readers of all genres, who connect with her deeply moving stories about race, religion, gender, and society.

    Unexpected Stories received a starred review in Kirkus Reviews and Publishers Weekly.


    About Unexpected Stories
    New introduction by Walter Mosley

    Afterword by Octavia Butlers longtime agent, Merrilee Heifetz

    The novella A Necessary Being showcases Octavia E. Butlers ability to create alien yet fully believable others. Tahneh's father was a Hao, one of a dwindling race whose leadership abilities render them so valuable that their members are captured and forced to govern. When her father died, Tahneh stepped into his place, both chief and prisoner, and for twenty years has ruled without ever meeting another of her kind. She bears her loneliness privately until the day that a Hao youth is spotted wandering into her territory. As her warriors sharpen their weapons, Tahneh must choose between imprisoning the newcomer and living the rest of her life alone.

     Octavia E. Butler



    The second story in this volume, Childminder, was commissioned by Harlan Ellison for his legendary (though never-published) anthology The Last Dangerous Visions. A disaffected telepath connects with a young girl in a desperate attempt to help her harness her growing powers. But in the richly evocative fiction of Octavia E. Butler, mentorship is a rocky path, and every lesson comes at a price.

    Quotes From Octavia E. Butler

    When I began writing science fiction, when I began reading, heck, I wasn't in any of this stuff I read. . . . The only black people you found were occasional characters or characters who were so feeble-witted that they couldnt manage anything, anyway. I wrote myself in, since I¹m me and I¹m here and I¹m writing. Octavia E. Butler via The New York Times

    We are a naturally hierarchical species. When I say these things in my novels, sure I make up the aliens and all of that, but I dont make up the essential human character. ‹Octavia E. Butler via The New York Times

    I'm comfortably asocial‹a hermit in the middle of a large city, a pessimist if Im not careful, a feminist, a Black, a former Baptist, an oil-and-water combination of ambition, laziness, insecurity, certainty and drive. Octavia E. Butler via Los Angeles Times

    I was attracted to science fiction because it was so wide open. I was able to do anything and there were no walls to hem you in and there was no human condition that you were stopped from examining. Octavia E. Butler, The Indypendent

    Quotes From Works by Octavia E. Butler

    All that you touch
    You Change.

    All that you Change
    Changes you.

    The only lasting truth
    is Change.

    God
    is Change.

    Octavia E. Butler, Parable of the Sower

    ŒBetter to stay alive, I said. ŒAt least while there¹s a chance to get free. I thought of the sleeping pills in my bag and wondered just how great a hypocrite I was. It was so easy to advise other people to live with their pain. ‹Octavia E. Butler, Kindred

    Reviews of Works by Octavia E. Butler

    These riveting additions to Butler¹s oeuvre are superb examples of her craft and will be welcomed by Butler fans and scholars alike. Publishers Weekly, starred review of Unexpected Stories

    Both stories deal in their own way with the issues of race and gender that informed much of Butlers work. . . . These stories, with an introduction by Walter Mosley, will be a joy for Butlers many readers. Library Journal, review of Unexpected Stories

    Butler¹s literary craftsmanship is superb. ‹The Washington Post Book World

    One of science fiction¹s finest writers. The New York Times

    Butler¹s strength is her ability to create complex and believable characters. San Francisco Chronicle

    Her books are disturbing, unsettling . . . her visions are strange hypnotic distortions of our own uncomfortable world. LA Style

    Clear-headed and brutally unsentimental. . . . If you haven¹t read Butler, you dont yet understand how rich the possibilities of science fiction can be. Fantasy & Science Fiction

    What Œcyberpunk author William Gibson does for young, disaffected white fans of high tech and low life, Octavia Estelle Butler does for people of color. She gives us a future.² ‹Vibe

    Butler brings Toni Morrison to mind. Publishers Weekly

    Among the best of contemporary SF writers. ‹Houston Chronicle

    Fans on Octavia E. Butlers work

    She talks about surviving the world even if you dont necessarily like the world. Her work is both resigned and defiant. ‹from Facebook

    For me, it painted a picture of what the future could probably look like. Also, just to imagine the what-if's. Her alternate worlds/existences were so realistic, it always made me think, ŒWell, if art imitates life . . .What if? ‹from Facebook

    It is timely and timeless all at once. from Facebook

    First time I read a women of color surviving and thriving in a dystopian society. Revolutionary and affirming. ‹from Facebook

    It¹s intelligent but accessible. . . and youre always rewarded with a complete story. ‹from Facebook

    Her work is really complex. Its not just a future with aliens and flying cars. It makes you reflect on how we think now. And how differently another species could think. ‹from Facebook


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    (BPRW) West Point Leadership: Profiles of Courage Awarded Three Individual Ben Franklin Book Awards

    (BLACK PR WIRE)--NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) announced today that “West Point Leadership: Profiles of Courage” (WPLPOC) would be awarded three separate literary awards for “Best Biography”, “Best Gift Book” and the “Bill Fisher Award for Best First Book (Non-Fiction)”. On May 28th the IBPA will award WPLPOC with either a Silver or Gold Award for each of the three categories at the Book ExpoAmerica at the Javits Center in New York City.

    The authors Dan Rice and John Vigna, both West Point graduates, had unprecedented access to distinguished West Point graduates in a variety of leadership positions across America including Generals, CEOs, Members of Congress, Astronauts and Ambassadors. This unique access allowed the team to interview and create the authorized biographies of such West Point legends as Generals Petraeus, McChrystal, Dempsey, Austin, Eikenberry, Kearney, Brooks, Becky Halstead and Odierno, while also interviewing and being the biographers to Captains of Industry such as the CEOs of top-tier companies such as Johnson & Johnson (Gorsky), P&G (McDonald), 7-Eleven (DePinto), Mercedes Benz USA (Cannon), Foot Locker (Hicks), Bridgewater Associates (McCormick) and many others.

    The book also chronicles the history of women and minorities at West Point through the lives of some inspirational trailblazers such as Henry O. Flipper (born a slave and the 1st African-American graduate of West Point); General Benjamin O. Davis (Founder & Commander of the Tuskegee Airmen); Pat Locke (1st Female African-American Graduate); and Andrea Lee Hollen (1st Female Graduate); Brigadier General Becky Halstead (1st Female Graduate) as well as Generals Austin and Brooks, two current four-star African-American US Army Generals and many others. The book has received laudatory reviews from military historians and leadership experts. "To call 'West Point Leadership: Profiles of Courage' impressive would be a major understatement--it is awesome, almost to the point of being intimidating, in scope, certainly, and even in size. Seeking just the right word to describe your book, I decided on 'monumental.' It truly is that, both literally and metaphorically,” said noted historian Lieutenant General Dave Palmer (USA, Retired) who served as the Superintendent of West Point from 1986-1991.

    The Co-Author and Publisher Dan Rice will begin a book PR tour on May 1, 2014 to promote the book and celebrate these three distinguished Benjamin Franklin Awards. On May 28th, President Obama will give the commencement speech at West Point to the graduating Class of 2014. The book has a section dedicated to the Presidential visits to West Point and the importance of such visits to the nation and the world. The authors have unique photos of past Presidential visits and will be discussing the importance of these visits during their book PR tour. It is the perfect award-winning gift book for any patriotic Mother’s Day or Father’s Day gift.

    www.leadershipprofilesofcourage.com

    Source: Dan Rice


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    African-American literature, authors central to Labor Department’s Books that Shaped Work in America project

    WASHINGTON – From Harriet Beecher Stowe’s “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” to Maya Angelou’s “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” African-American literature and authors are represented in the titles of fiction, nonfiction, plays and poetry included on the initial roll of Books that Shaped Work in America.

    The Web-based project, www.dol.gov/books, part of the U.S. Department of Labor ongoing commemoration of its 100th anniversary, and in partnership with the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, aims to engage the public about the department's mission and America's history as a nation of workers as portrayed through published works. The project serves as an online book club where people from all walks of life can share books that informed them about occupations and careers, molded their views about work and helped elevate the discourse about work, workers and workplaces. At the same time, the site provides a unique way for people to learn about the mission and resources of the U.S. Department of Labor.

    "The Books that Shaped Work in America initiative explores the dignity of work and our progress in expanding America's fundamental promise of opportunity for all through the lens of literature," said U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez. "This progress cannot be understood and fully appreciated without also examining the struggle for access to opportunity and equal rights that has been a part of the American experience, particularly with respect to African Americans in the 20th Century.”

    Work, like our nation, is constantly evolving, and so Books that Shaped Work in America is no different. To get it started, 24 individuals, including Perez, eight former secretaries of labor from Democratic and Republican administrations, civil rights leaders, authors and media personalities submitted suggestions. Among the contributors: former Secretary of Labor Alexis Herman, President of the National Urban League Marc Morial and the Labor Department’s Women’s Bureau head Latifa Lyles. Their recommendations are included on the initiative's website, along with brief summaries of each book and links to related U.S. Department of Labor resources. Now the public is invited to expand the list. A simple, online form, which can be found at http://www.dol.gov/books/form, makes it easy for anyone to suggest a book.

    From August Wilson’s collection of plays in ‘The Pittsburgh Cycle’ to Claude Brown’s ‘Manchild in the Promised Land’ to Isabel Wilkerson’s ‘The Warmth of Other Suns,’ many of the books on the list demonstrate the relationship between work and the African-American experience. While workplace discrimination was often a barrier to opportunity, good jobs and hard work was also a tool for overcoming inequality. Many of the books on the list reflect this and demonstrate the positive impact a changing workplace had on the nation. Books like Richard Wright’s ‘Native Son’ and Nora Zeale Hurston’s ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God,’ along with memoirs from Frederick Douglass and Dorothy Height, have influenced the working lives of both those who fought for equal rights and all of us who benefitted from their efforts.

    The project was inspired by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress' 2012 Books That Shaped America exhibition, which explored the impact of books on American life and culture. Many of the books in that exhibition had work as a central theme, bringing to light the significant role published works have played in shaping America's view of workers and workplaces throughout its history.

    Created in 1913, the mission of the U.S. Department of Labor is to foster, promote and develop the welfare of the wage earners, job seekers and retirees of the United States; improve working conditions; advance opportunities for profitable employment; and assure work-related benefits and rights. To learn more about the department's history, visit www.dol.gov/100/.

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    U.S. Department of Labor news materials are accessible at http://www.dol.gov. The information above is available in large print, Braille or CD from the COAST office upon request by calling 202-693-7828 or TTY 202-693-7755.

    U.S. Department of Labor For Immediate Release Dec. 12, 2013

    Office of Public Affairs Contact: Jennifer Marion Bennett Gamble

    Washington, D.C. Phone: 202-693-5795 202-693-4667

    Release Number: 13-2404-NAT Email: marion.jennifer.r@dol.gov gamble.bennett@dol.gov


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BLACK/AFRICAN AMERICAN AUTHORS
   

  1. Adam Moore ...
    Words of encouragement, prayer, exhortation, expression, my life, and words the Lord has placed upon my soul to share.
    http://www.freewebs.com/wordsofexpression

  2. Aisha Ford ...
    Aisha Ford enjoys writing inspirational fiction. Her goals for writing is to write stories that appeal to a wide audience.
    http://www.aishaford.com/

  3. Alice Holman ...
    Alice is the proud winner of the 2001 Chester Himes Award given annually to an outstanding black mystery writer for their work.  
    http://www.aliceholman.com

  4. Allison Hobbs ...
    Raw! Riveting! Graphic! Edgy! Just a few words that describe the responses to Allison Hobbs' writing style. Known for writing provocative, sensual, and controversial novels, Allison has taken erotica to a steamier level with her latest releases.
    http://www.allisonhobbs.com/

  5. Alm Hlgh ...
    I enjoy writing and hope you enjoy my work. Author of The Perfect BMW.
    https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/23009

  6. Alonda Alloway ...
    Music is a major influence on Alonda's writing style, especially hip-hop.
    http://www.authorsden.com/alondaalloway

  7. Andrea Blackstone ...
    Black author, Andrea Blackstone introducing her debut novel, Schemin": Confessions of a Gold Digger.
    http://www.dreamweaverpress.net/

  8. Angela Benson ...
    This is black author Angela Benson's internet home. Her doors are always open so kick back and enjoy yourself.
    http://www.bensonink.com/

  9. Angela Henry ...
    African American writer, Angela Henry's website!
    http://www.angelahenry.com

  10. Angie Daniels ...
    With her husband's blessings, black female author, Angie took a year off to write her first book Intimate Intentions.
    http://www.angiedaniels.com

  11. Anita Hackley Lambert ...
    Author's website, F.H.M. Murray: First Biography of a Forgotten Pioneer for Civil Justice.
    http://www.anitahackleylambert.com/

  12. Anne Samuel ...
    A family-oriented website with a global theme, it promotes literary works and other offerings from the author, including paper dolls, educational material, recipes, and more.
    http://www.asambooks.com/

  13. Annie Ruth ...
    Artist, black female author, poet, and speaker. Ruth Creations produces and distributes positive art and literature.
    http://www.annieruth.com

  14. Ann M. Hampton ...
    Author of Lasting Impression Books. A resource site and information center for Authors.
    http://www.lastingimpressionbooks.com/

  15. Anthony Asadullah Samad ...
    Best selling black male author of Souls For Sale: The Diary of an Ex-Colored Man.
    http://www.anthonysamad.com/

  16. Antwan Floyd ...
    Author of Cocaine Covenant.
    http://www.bleedingpenpublishing.com/

  17. Ashea S. Goldson ...
    Author of "Resurrecting Vision", which is a guide of 45 practical steps to digging up your destiny and seeing it through God’s eyes.
    http://www.asheagoldson.com/

  18. Askhari Johnson Hodari ...
    The official website of author and Black Studies practitioner, Dr. Askhari Johnson Hodari. She is the author of The African Book of Names and Lifelines: The Black Book of Proverbs.
    http://drhodari.com/

  19. Baba Evans ...
    Baba is a teacher, black male author for all seasons.
    http://www.authorsden.com/babaevans

  20. Barbara Faison ...
    Speaker, author, and inspirational speaker, Barbara J. Faison offers life enhancement workshops on stress management, meditation and personal development.
    http://www.barbarafaison.com/

  21. Barbara Fleming ...
    Author of "Hot Stones Cold Death".
    http://www.silvermaplepublications.com

  22. Bea Joyner ...
    The website is to promote my consulting business; my book, Don’t Need No Soaps, My Life Is Soap Enough!"; my photography exhibits and training sessions.
    http://www.beajoyner.com/

  23. Bernadene H. Coleman ...
    The personal website for author and poet, Bernadene H. Coleman.
    http://www.mamarose.com

  24. Bertice Berry ...
    Dr.Bertice Berry Sociologist, Author, Lecturer, Educator.Black Literature.
    http://www.berticeberry.com/

  25. Bette Ford ...
    Bette Ford books are.... For Always, Forever After, All the Love, novella Mama's Pearl a part of anthology A Mother's Love, After Dark and One of a Kind.
    http://www.bette-ford.com/index.html

  26. Beverly Jenkins ...
    Ms Jenkins’ historical romance novels highlight African/American life in the 19th century. She has 21 published novels to date.
    http://www.beverlyjenkins.net/

  27. Brandon Massey ...
    Award-winning author of Thunderland .Riveting supernatural suspense thriller.
    http://www.brandonmassey.com/

  28. Brenda Jackson ...
    Author of "The Three Mrs. Fosters". Alexandria, Renee and Danielle have just learned they all share the same late husband in this exciting three-book set!
    http://www.brendajackson.net/

  29. Brenda M. Hampton ...
    Essence Magazine Best Selling Author, Brenda M. Hampton "The writer who brings the heat!"
    http://www.brendamhampton.com/

  30. Brian Egeston ...
    When asked about his long term goals as a writer, Brian will tell you, he simply wants to leave a legacy. "I look forward to being read by your grandchildren and your grandchildren's children."
    http://www.brianwrites.com

  31. Brian McClellan ...
    Website for author, motivational speaker and career counselor Brian McClellan.
    http://bamstrong.com/

  32. Bruce George Media ...
    Bruce George is a visionary, executive producer, writer, poet and activist. His work has been published in major magazines, anthologies, and literary publications.
    http://www.brucegeorgemedia.com/

  33. Cheryl Bannerman ...
    Cheryl Bannerman, author of Black Child to Black Woman.
    http://www.bannermanbooks.com/

  34. C. Kelly Robinson ...
    Between Brothers, now available online and in stores nationwide!
    http://www.ckellyrobinson.com/

  35. Carla J. Curtis ...
    The official website for author and motivational public speaker, Carla J. Curtis.
    http://www.trccommunications.com

  36. Carl Weber ...
    Author of "Something On The Side". The Big Girls Book Club has just one rule; you must be at least a size 14.
    http://www.carlweber.net/

  37. Carmen K. Glenn ...
    Carmen K. Glenn writes of empowerment in her fiction series. Her stories take place in a Fortune 500 Company, where employees struggle to balance career and family.
    http://www.carmenglennoverdrive.com/

  38. Carol Gee ...
    Author of "The Venus Chronicles", a fun book about a day in the life of the modern woman. Feel free to read my monthly blog found at Writers Buzz to see the kinds of themes my books and articles represent. -- to entertain, educate and hopefully empower women and men.
    http://www.venuschronicles.net/

  39. Carolita Blythe ...
    Carolita's debut novel, "The Cricket's Serenade," was published in May of this year by Genesis Press with distribution by Kensington Publishing.
    http://www.carolitablythe.com/

  40. Casandra Tisdale ...
    Author of the book."A Day At The Beach".
    http://www.authorsden.com/casandratisdale

  41. Cathy Harris ...
    Author, Lecturer, Discrimination Consultant.
    http://www.cathyharris.homestead.com

  42. Ci Ci Foster ...
    Author, actress, producer-these are just a few words that describe businesswoman on the rise, Ci Ci Foster.
    http://www.cathyharris.homestead.com

  43. Cecil Washington ...
    Science Fiction and Fantasy Author.
    http://www.cecilwashington.com

  44. Celeste Norfleet ...
    Romance novel writer Celeste Norfleet.
    http://www.celesteonorfleet.com/

  45. C.F. Jackson ...
    Author of, 'Won't Be Denied'. What Do You Get?...When you take an unavailable charismatic, attractive, driven, and purposeful married man...
    http://www.cfjackson.com/

  46. Charlotte Russell Johnson ...
    The official home of inspirational author and motivational speaker Charlotte Russell Johnson. She has authored six inspiring books.
    http://www.reachingbeyond.net/

  47. Cheril N. Clarke ...
    Author of the book.."Foundations", a novel of new beginnings. Look for Cheril's sophmore novel coming soon!
    http://www.cherilnclarke.com

  48. Cheryl Robinson ...
    Author of "In Love With A Younger Man".
    http://www.cherylrobinson.com/

  49. Chistell ...
    Purchase one of our books for someone special.
    http://www.chistell.com/

  50. Ci Ci Foster ...
    Ci Ci Foster is an accomplished Hollywood film producer, author, and owner of Flower Goddess Productions.
    http://www.cicifoster.com/

  51. Claudette Freeman ...
    Co-author of the nationally-toured production of Charcoal Sketches.
    http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/ecfreeman

  52. Cliff Chandler ...
    Author of the new exciting novel..... "Devastated".
    http://theparagons.homestead.com/paragons2.html

  53. Collen Dixon ...
    Collen Dixon is a native Washingtonian, and 'Simon Says' is her debut novel.
    http://www.collendixon.com/

  54. Crystal Lacey Winslow ...
    Author of Essence bestselling novels -- Life, Love & Loneliness, The Criss Cross, and anthology, Menace.
    http://www.melodramapublishing.com/

  55. Cydney Rax ...
    Cydney Rax author of "My Daughter's Boyfriend".
    http://www.booksbycydney.com/

  56. Darryl Frierson ...
    This page is the journey for myself Darryl Frierson as I embark on the road of becoming an author. I chose to name this blog from Ashy to Classy because of the parallel between the Notorious B.I.G. song Sky is the Limit and my struggle to fulfill my dreams.
    http://ashy2classy.net/

  57. Daryl T. Hinmon ...
    Empowering Black People By Promoting the Greatness of Their Past.
    http://www.knowledgeofselfpublishing.com/

  58. Deborrah Cooper ...
    Deborrah Cooper, author of The Black Church: Where Women Pray and Men Prey.
    http://www.womenpraymenprey.com/

  59. Delaney Diamond ...
    Delaney Diamond writes sweet and sensual romance with multicultural characters.
    http://delaneydiamond.com/

  60. Delores Thornton ...
    The home of Delores "Queen of Promotion Thornton," author and entrepreneur!
    http://www.deloresthornton.org/

  61. Denene Millner & Nick Chiles ...
    In Love and War, available soon! Coming on the heels of the Essence and Blackboard bestseller "Love Don't Live Here Anymore".
    http://www.celebrateblacklove.com/

  62. Denice Craton ...
    Author, Denice Enoch Craton, displays her trilogy, Encounters of Short Arisings.
    http://www.deniceenochcraton.moonfruit.com

  63. Denise Turney ...
    Author Denise Turney, has nearly 30 years of writing experience to her credit. Extensive credentials.
    http://www.chistell.com

  64. Derrick Hayes ...
    Acronyms with a touch of Derrick where words are motivational messages.
    http://www.DerrickHayes.com

  65. Dionne ...
    Mind Games, The New Book by Dionne.
    http://www.dionnellison.com/

  66. Donna Grant ...
    Tryin' to Sleep in the Bed You Made by author Donna Grant.
    http://www.deberryandgrant.com/

  67. Donna Hill ...
    Relationship author. Many relationship answers are revealed in the pages of An Ordinary Woman.
    http://www.donnahill.com/

  68. Donna Washington ...
    Author Donna Washington.
    http://www.dlwstoryteller.com

  69. Donovin Freeman ...
    Author of the book, HOME a novel based on a true story. It is available on Kindle and Nook and has links to both sites.
    http://donovinfreeman.com/

  70. Doreen Rainey ...
    Romance novelist Doreen Rainey's official website!
    http://www.doreenrainey.com/

  71. Dorothy Phaire ...
    Novelist Dorothy Phaire.
    http://www.dorothyphaire.com/

  72. Douglas S. Reed ...
    Douglas S. Reed is a Brooklyn based screenwriter/novelist.
    http://www.aalbc.com/authors/douglas.htm

  73. D. P. Fields ...
    Author of new Sci-fi book: The Titrillions of Titan: An Untold Truth. I became inspired to write sci-fi at a young age mainly because astronomy is one of my many passions in life. Another big influence in my life has been the discovery of many more African American authors in the scf-fi genre.
    http://www.authorsden.com/dpfields

  74. Dr. Randal Pinkett ...
    The Official Website of Dr. Randal Pinkett, President and CEO of BCT Partners and NBC's The Apprentice with Donald Trump.
    http://www.randalpinkett.com/

  75. Earl Sewell ...
    Author Earl Sewell.
    http://www.earlsewell.com

  76. Edrea Davis ...
    Author Edrea Davis' debut novel, "SnitchCraft." Hip-hop meets civil rights in this riveting saga exposing the corrupt environment created by the government’s use of snitches.
    http://www.snitchcraft.com/

  77. E. Ethelbert Miller ...
    Director of the African American Resource Center at Howard University since 1974.Author of many fine books too numerous to mention here.
    http://www.eethelbertmiller.com/main.html

  78. Ekere Tallie ...
    Poetry, prose and flash fiction, 1000 Words & Under, writing circle conducted by Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie.
    http://www.ekeretallie.com/

  79. Elbert Lewis Jr. ...
    Elbert Lewis, Jr. - Sci-Fi Writer & Artist.
    http://www.elbertlewisjr.com

  80. Electa Rome Parks ...
    'The Ties That Bind,' by Electa Rome Parks, is a refreshing new voice in African-American fiction.
    http://www.electaromeparks.com/

  81. Elizabeth Nunez ...
    Elizabeth Nunez is the author of five novels.
    http://www.aalbc.com/authors/elizabet.ht

  82. Erica N. Martin ...
    Official website of author Erica N. Martin. Website that introduces you to best selling author of fictional novels Second Time Shame on Me and Serenity Place.
    http://www.ericanmartin.com/

  83. Eric E. Pete ...
    The hottest author in contemporary African American fiction today!
    http://www.ericpete.com

  84. Eric Jerome Dickey ...
    Author of Thieves Paradise.
    http://www.ericjeromedickey.com

  85. Evelyn Coleman ...
    Evelyn Coleman's Thriller Pages.
    http://www.evelyncoleman.com/

  86. Fran Yates ...
    African American book, authors, book stores and book clubs.
    http://www.franyates.net

  87. Gayle Jackson Sloan ...
    Official website of Gayle Jackson Sloan, author of Saturday's Child, Wednesday Woes and Let the Necessary Occur, among others.
    http://www.gaylejacksonsloan.com/

  88. Ghettostone ...
    African American owned comic book production company in the United States! Our comic books feature African American superheroes in action adventure stories told from a Black Perpective!
    http://www.ghettostone.com/

  89. Gloria Mallette ...
    National best selling author Gloria Mallette.
    http://www.gloriamallette.com

  90. Gloria Taylor Edwards ...
    Author, radio talk show host; host of radio book club; issues re: women in prison; books by Gloria Taylor Edwards.
    http://www.gloriatayloredwards.com/

  91. G-natti ...
    Author, publisher, motivational speaker and my website showcases my books and my publishing business. It is replete with the capability to order my books and has music and poetry as well.
    http://www.g-natti.com/

  92. Guy Johnson ...
    Talented author Guy Johnson always wanted to be a writer since his early teens.
    http://www.guyjohnsonbooks.com/

  93. Harry Williams ...
    Harry Williams is currently a counselor serving the homeless, recent immigrants, the financially ship-wrecked, survivors ofdomestic violence, victims of violent crime, those wrestling with drug abuse and mental illness, as well as ex-felons. His first novel, Straight Outta East Oakland II, is his second novel. He is a visiting preacher at correctional institutions and founder of Hood Movement 21: an organization dedicated to empowering the urban poor.
    http://www.revharrywilliams.com/Harry_Williams/Rev_Harry_Williams.html

  94. Hasani Pettiford ...
    Featuring the motivation and inspiration of the nation's leading authority on wealth and success.
    http://hasani.com/

  95. H. Lewis Smith ...
    Author & Write of "Bury That Sucka" which is about a scandalous love affair that the African American community has with the word nigger.
    http://www.hlewissmith.com/

  96. JM Jeffries ...
    Author JM Jeffries.
    http://www.jmjeffries.com/

  97. Jakcillda Braggs ...
    Not Far From The Tree, a contemporary novel, by new author, Jakcillda Braggs.
    http://www.home.bellsouth.net/personalpages/pwp-jakcilld

  98. Jamie Walker ...
    '101 Ways Black Women Can Learn To Love Themselves' by Jamie Walker
    http://www.jamiewalker.org/

  99. Jamise L. Dames ...
    Author Jamise L. Dames.
    http://www.jamiseldames.com

  100. James Baldwin ...
    One of America's greatest writers and most important intellectuals.
    http://www.randomhouse.com/features/baldwin/

  101. James H. Vaughn ...
    The author of urban book thriller,'The Wailing Souls'.
    http://www.freewebs.com/thewailingsouls/

  102. Jamie Walker ...
    101 ways Black women can learn to love themselves.
    http://www.jamiewalker.org/

  103. Janette Owens ...
    Small, independent publishing company dedicated to informing & inspiring novice writers to explore their literary talents to the fullest.
    http://www.janetteowens.com

  104. Janice Sims ...
    Author of eight full-length novels and four novellas.
    http://www.janicesims.com/

  105. Janks Morton ...
    is a groundbreaking international and award winning Documentarian and Social-Political Activist and author of the book "Why He Hates You"
    http://whyhehatesyou.com/

  106. Jeanne Elizabeth Blum ...
    Author of "Woman Heal Thyself" A book based on ancient Chinese acupressure techniques. Also information for men with prostate cancer.
    http://www.womanhealthyself.com/

  107. Jeff Rivera ...
    Co-Author & Creator of the book OH YES I CAN! Jeff Rivera has managed to single-handedly gather the support of 50 of some of today's hottest stars to provide words of wisdom, advice and motivation to America's young people.
    http://www.jeffrivera.com/

  108. Jessica Tilles ...
    The Official Web Site of Jessica Tilles, Author.
    http://www.jessicatilles.com

  109. Jewelle Gomez ...
    Jewelle Gomez is a writer & activist & author of the double Lambda Award-winning novel, The Gilda Stories from Firebrand Books.
    http://www.jewellegomez.com/

  110. Jimmielee Denton-Hatten ...
    Author of The African-American Family Reunion who invites you to join and witness The African-American Family Reunion as she shares her research on the past, present, and future of this great heritage.
    http://www.africanamericanfamily.net/

  111. Kamau Atem ...
    Ignorant Will, the first novella of my sci-fi work Godist. Set 4000 years in the future, but lived every day now, it's about global warming, systemic oppression, war and the rumor of war, disease and more disease....
    http://www.lulu.com/kamauatem

  112. Karen Quinones-Miller ...
    Website of Blackboard and Essence Magazine Best-selling novelist Karen E. Quinones Miller.
    http://www.karenequinonesmiller.com

  113. Karen Siplin ...
    Contemporary Women's Fiction Author and member of the John Oliver Killens Writers' Workshop, Karen Siplin has written 'His Insignificant Other' and 'Such a Girl'.
    http://www.karensiplin.com/

  114. Karrine Steffans ...
    Author of "The Vixen Diaries". Actress and music video dancer Karrine Steffans takes you behind the velvet ropes to divulge the juiciest gossip and most sought-after details of the Hollywood.
    http://www.karrine.com/

  115. Ken Coleman ...
    Ken Coleman, author of the novel 'The Ripple Effect' which asks, what do we do with a child that commits murder?
    http://www.kencoleman.me/

  116. Ken Nunoo ...
    The Trinity of Lights is a book on religion & spirituality, by Ken Nunoo. Available at Barnes & Nobles, nationwide book stores, also on online book stores.
    http://www.kennunoo.com/

  117. Kelvin L. Reed ...
    Author of the novel "President Pro Tem"
    http://www.kelvinlreed.com/index.html

  118. Kerry Corley Dawley ...
    Author of BUCDI's-Because U Can Do It, which is a motivational book of quotes that will touch your soul, uplift you, and inspire you to make a difference.
    http://www.bucdi.net/

  119. Kevin M. Weeks ...
    Author of a newly released novel titled: The Street Life Series: Is It Suicide or Murder?
    http://www.thestreetlifeseries.com/

  120. Kevin Wayne Johnson ...
    Author of Give God the Glory!
    http://www.writingforthelord.com

  121. Kim Dulaney ...
    Publisher of books and art.
    http://www.readme4.com

  122. Kim Robinson ...
    Kim Robinson is an author and seamstress.
    http://www.kim-robinson.com/

  123. Kimberla Lawson Roby ...
    Kimberla Lawson Roby is author of many nationally best-selling novels.
    http://www.kimroby.com/

  124. Kimberly L. Morgan-Dade ...
    Authoress of The Hot New Novel WHO K'NEW!
    http://www.morganddg.webs.com/

  125. Kirsten Upshaw ...
    Momma Used to Say is a blog written by aspiring author, Kirsten Upshaw, and it's dedicated to the sound advice our mothers dispensed daily...even when they thought we weren't listening.
    http://mommaused2say.com/

  126. Kola Boof ...
    Sudan's Kola Boof (born Naima Alu Kolbookek) is slowly but surely becoming the new black woman writer that "lots of people love to hate".
    http://authors.aalbc.com/kola_boof.htm

  127. L.A. Banks ...
    At present, she is broadening the scope of her work to include a series of projects for St. Martin's Press (the Vampire Huntress Legend series to be authored under the pseudonym, L.A. Banks)
    http://www.vampirehuntress.com

  128. Laura Castoro ...
    LauraWrites.com is the professoinal homepage of Laura Castoro aka Laura Parker. Laura has published over 30 Historical and contemporary romance novels under the pen name Laura Parker.
    http://www.laurawrites.com/

  129. Laurie M. Gilbert ...
    Published writer Laurie M. Gilbert.
    http://www.authorsden.com/lauriehuntergilbert

  130. LeShawn Daniel Streater ...
    LeShawn has been graced to write many praise/worship songs. He was priveledged to be one of the writers for a Unityfest cd project. He is also an author, with two books published and released: "My First Love" (2005); "The Special Edition: My First Love" (2007) & a poem "Never Judge A Book By It's Cover".
    http://www.leshawndaniel.com/

  131. Lexi Davis ...
    Pretty Evil is a sexy, wickedly entertaining debut novel by Lexi Davis. It creatively combines inspirational, paranormal and humorous genres with fresh characters and witty dialogue. LA Banks describes it as "a hilarious, madcap, paranormal ride!"
    http://www.lexidavis.com/

  132. Linda Addison ...
    Linda Addison has been with the writer's group Circles In The Hair (CITH) in New York City since 1990.
    http://www.cith.org/linda/

  133. Linda Coleman-Willis ...
    On April 13, 2002 Linda Coleman-Willis name was added to an elite group of only 8 other professional speakers as a “Consummate Platform Professional.”
    http://www.lindaspeak.com

  134. Linda Hudson-Smith ...
    Linda Hudson-Smith is an award winning author, whose recent works include "Sweeter Than Temptation", "Sacred Sons", "Thicker Than Water".
    http://www.lindahudsonsmith.com

  135. Lionel & Leslie ...
    Husband and wife team.
    http://www.lionelandleslie.com

  136. Liz Jenkins ...
    Details the race riots,in the city of Rosewood Florida, a town that was forever changed in a horrifying act of terror.
    http://www.rosewoodflorida.com/

  137. Lori Johnson ...
    Lori Johnson has a master's degree in Urban Anthropology from the University of Memphis. Her stories and essays have appeared in Upscale Magazine, Memphis Magazine, The Commercial Appeal, The Tri-State Defender, The Emrys Journal, The Best of Memphis Anthology 2003 and Obsidian II: Black Literature in Review.
    http://www.lorijohnsonbooks.com/

  138. Lorraine Elzia ...
    The purpose of my website is to promote my debut book, Mistress Memoirs and to serve as a place for readers to find out information about me as an author.
    http://www.lorraineelzia.com/

  139. Lyn Valerie, Linguistic Artist ...
    A writer with a penchant for popular culture, this website displays original pieces and freelance information done by linguistic artist Lyn Valerie.
    http://lynvalerie.wordpress.com/

  140. Ma'at em Maakheru ...
    Author of Whatz In Your Womb? Have fun working through your issues in this unique workshop! Attend a Whatz In Your Womb Workshop.
    http://www.whatzinyourwomb.com/

  141. Maebeth Turner ...
    Get "A Violet Butterfly" and be reminded of why your college friendships were some of the deepest, best and most endearing of all."
    http://www.stellasmiddlechild.com/

  142. Marcus Major ...
    Encouraged by an old classmate, Marcus rediscovered his joy of writing. Major started to write the manuscript that would eventually become his first novel, Good Peoples.
    http://www.marcusmajor.com/

  143. Margaret Johnson-Hodge ...
    Margaret Johnson-Hodge author of "True Lies".
    http://www.mjhodge.net/index.html

  144. Marian L. Thomas ...
    Author Marian L. Thomas delivers a drama-filled rollercoaster ride through the pages of her Amazon.com best-selling book, Color Me Jazzmyne. Awarded as one of the "top 100" books 2010 by the Sankofa's Literary Society Review!
    http://www.marianlthomas.com/

  145. Marissa Monteilh ...
    Talented author Marissa Monteilh.
    http://www.marissamonteilh.com

  146. Marita Golden ...
    Official web site of Marita Golden, award-winning African-American literary author, speaker, and activist.
    http://www.maritagolden.com/

  147. Markess Wilder ...
    'In Touch With Every Emotion' by Markess Wilder.
    http://www.markesswilder.com

  148. Mary B Morrison ...
    The Official Site of author Mary B Morrison.
    http://www.marymorrison.com/

  149. Mary Monroe ...
    The God Don't Like Ugly Series. New York Times Best Selling Author Mary Monroe.
    http://www.marymonroe.org/

  150. Maureen Morah Smith ...
    Maureen Morah Smith is the winner, 2002 Romance in Color Reviewers' Choice Awards.
    http://www.maureen-smith.com

  151. Maurice Skillern ...
    Information on the Author, Poet, and Philosopher Maurice Skillern.
    http://maurice-skillern.com

  152. Melvese & Myhia ...
    Together, Melvese & Myhia cordially invite readers to join them in their combined exploration of life starting with Jones, Evans & Knight. Learn more about these ladies on their website.
    http://www.MeAndMyNovels.com

  153. Miasha ...
    Miasha.com, Essence Best Selling Author.
    http://www.miasha.com/

  154. Michelle Davis ...
    Author of 'Ain't Understandin' Mellow?' It'll make you laugh, It'll make you cry, It'll make you think, Most of all, it'll make you learn.
    http://www.freewebs.com/michelleakamimi/

  155. Mikasenoja ...
    Where Authors Live on the Web!
    http://www.mikasenoja.com/

  156. Monica Payton ...
    Black Deception, a fiction novel and medical thriller sorrounding whistleblowers, and issues on genetic therapy, cloning.
    http://www.monicapayton.com

  157. Montez DeCarlo ...
    Montez DeCarlo, co-author/editor of Our Sacred Identity: The Book of American Indian Names and Their Meanings, makes his Novel debut with Black Chameleon Memoirs.
    http://www.blackchameleonmemoirs.com/

  158. Mr. Quinton D. Crawford ...
    The author of '4Peace Books' was created to announce the new books Knowledge for Tomorrow, The Global Situation and children's book Moochie the Soochie Visits the Peace People. The need for a global perspective and help in developing it is exemplified in each of the author’s books and videos on the website.
    http://www.4peacebooks.com/

  159. Mychal Wynn ...
    Mychal Wynn, author of, "The Eagles who Thought They were chickens and Empowering African-American Males," is the author of 26 books.
    http://www.mychalwynn.com/

  160. Natalie Dunbar ...
    A University of Michigan and University of Detroit Mercy graduate, three of her novels have been published by Genesis Press Inc.
    http://www.nataliedunbar.com

  161. Nathaniel Gadsden ...
    The home of Poet and Author Nathaniel Gadsden, the founder of Nathaniel Gadsden’s Writers Wordshop, which features The Readers Are Leaders program for youth ages 8 – 18, open poetry readings called the Writers Sanctuary, After School Programs, and the Wordshop Theater Company. Nathaniel Gadsden is also Senior Pastor of Imani African Christian Church and an award winning Journalist.
    http://www.nathanielgadsden.com/

  162. Nathanial Portis ...
    Author of Urban Fiction Novel 'Things IN Between'.
    http://www.nathanialportis.com/

  163. N.D. Jones ...
    This is author's N.D. Jones's website. Information on her premiere paranormal romance novel is found here.
    http://ndjonesparanormalpleasure.com

  164. Nea Simone ...
    Nea Anna Simone was recently selected by both Borders and Black Expressions as a notable work of fiction.
    http://www.neasimone.com

  165. Neale Sourna ...
    Adult Fiction writer Neale Sourna's official homesite.
    http://www.Neale-Sourna.com

  166. Neo Blaqness ...
    Neo Blaqness is a writer, poet, and commentator. His eclectic and controversial, raw, deep, and humorous no holds barred style has been called as provocative as Malcolm X, as witty as Mark Twain, and as soulful as Maya Angelou.
    http://neoblackness.com/

  167. Nicola C. Mitchell ...
    Nicola is originally from Kingston Jamaica, and she is the author of the self published novel ' Over and Over Again'.
    http://www.nicolacmitchell.com/

  168. Nina Foxx ...
    Talented author Nina Foxx.
    http://www.ninafoxx.com/

  169. Nini Mawasi ...
    An African American author that has recently had a book of my poems published. The title is "Geto Rezume" by Nini Mawasi.
    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/

  170. Noire ...
    The Official Website of Noire, the Queen of Urban Erotic Tales.
    http://www.asknoire.com/

  171. Nordette Adams ...
    Poetry, stories, events, articles, and other work by published author Nordette Adams.
    http://mojo411.writingjunkie.net/

  172. Patricia Pope ...
    Patricia Pope, author of Colored Waiting Room.
    http://www.patriciapope.com/

  173. Paula Woods ...
    Official website of best selling author Paula L. Woods.
    http://www.woodsontheweb.com/

  174. Pearl Jr. ...
    Creator of Black Women Need Love, too.
    http://www.blackwomenneedlovetoo.com/

  175. Peggy Butler ...
    A connoisseur of literary classics, Peggy Butler began writing at the age of 10. It was Langston Hughes’ metaphoric poem "What Happens to a Dream Deferred," that fueled her love of the written word.
    http://www.peggysbutler.com/

  176. Peggy Eldridge-Love ...
    "You Beckon," Peggy's first collection of poetry, is stirring up some things!
    http://www.peggyeldridgelove.com

  177. Q.B. Wells ...
    Author of Blackface: A Novel?
    http://www.artofficialmedia.com/

  178. Randy Marx ...
    A Web site for a suspense novel with African American characters.
    http://www.randimarx.com

  179. Relentless Aaron ...
    Home of Best Selling Author, Publisher & Visionary, Relentless Aaron.
    http://www.relentlessaaron.com/

  180. Renée McRae ...
    Renee McRae is the Author of "Truth in Rhyme" a book which inspires, empowers, and heals through poetry.
    http://www.reneemcrae.com/

  181. ReShonda Tate Billingsly ...
    Author ReShonda Tate Billingsly "My Brother's Keeper" won the Nova Lee Nation Award from the Greater Dallas Writing Association.
    http://www.reshondatatebillingsley.com/

  182. Robert E. Rainer, MD ...
    Author of a "A Doctor's Guide to Wealth". A remarkable book that unlocks the secrets to systematically accumulate wealth. Take command of your mind, body, and spirit while pursuing a course to financial freedom.
    http://www.robertrainermd.com/

  183. Robin Wright King ...
    Features author Robin Wright King, her book Papa Was A Rolling Stone: A Daughter’s Journey to Forgiveness and the impact of fatherlessness for Black women.
    http://www.robinwrightking.com/

  184. Rochelle Alers ...
    Rochelle Alers is the author of more than 25 nationally acclaimed African-American romance titles.
    http://www.rochellealers.com/

  185. Roy L. Pickering Jr. ...
    Talented novelist and short story writer.
    http://www.roypickering.net

  186. Sable Jordan ...
    Home of tattooed vixen and seductive romance and erotica writer Sable Jordan. Stories so Whet, you'll want to Lick my INK. Come check me out!
    http://www.sablejordan.com/

  187. Sandra Kitt ...
    Sandra was considered the foremost African American writer of romance fiction, & was the first black writer to ever publish with Harlequin.
    http://www.sandrakitt.com/

  188. Sara Freeman Smith ...
    Book Help Desk is a resource for writers, authors, speakers, and entrepreneurs who want to learn how to publish their own book or to get published.
    http://www.sarafreemansmith.com/

  189. Sha' Givens ...
    Sha' Givens, author, and one of the most powerful speakers of her generation.
    http://www.shagivens.com/

  190. Shawna Bridgett ...
    Words of Wisdom Publishing - Devotional: Why Me Lord? Why Is My Loved One Incarcerated?
    http://www.wordsofwisdompublishing.com

  191. Shelia E. Lipsey ...
    Multi-award winning and bestselling author Shelia E. Lipsey's website lists her novels, literary awards, author signings/events, reader reviews, and the author's contact information.
    http://www.shelialipsey.com/

  192. Shelia M Goss ...
    Author of Roses are Thorns, Violets are True and My Invisible Husband.
    http://www.sheliagoss.com

  193. Simply Skyy ...
    Official website for black lesbian author, Skyy.
    http://www.simplyskyy.com/

  194. Sonya A. Lowery ...
    Author of 'The Secret Language of Business Cards:' Image-Building Help for Small-Businesses.
    http://www.thesecretlanguage.com/

  195. Stanice Anderson ...
    Author and Motivational/Ministry Speaker.
    http://www.stanice.com

  196. Stacy-Deanne ...
    Stacy-Deanne, Author of The Mya Story, and The Jennifer Lopez Story.
    http://www.stacy-deanne.net/

  197. Stephanie Morris ...
    Stephanie Morris is the author of romance novels in the contemporary, interracial, paranormal/erotica genres. Here you will find out a little about me and what books I have out as well as any books in the works.
    http://www.stephaniemorris.webs.com/

  198. Steven Barnes ...
    Steven Barnes, one of the most successful professional writers today.
    http://www.lifewrite.com

  199. Steven Whitehurst ...
    Official website of author Steven Whitehurst.
    http://www.stevenwhitehurst.com

  200. Sybil Barkley-Staples ...
    She'll Learn written by Sybil Barkley-Staples.
    http://www.geocities.com/sb_staples/index.html

  201. Tayari Jones ...
    Tayari left her position as a teacher to pursue her writing.
    http://www.tayarijones.com/

  202. Terra Little ...
    Terra Little - Official Website. Author of "Where There's Smoke".
    http://www.terralittle.com/

  203. Terris Grimes ...
    Terris Grimes was singularly awarded the 1997 Chester Himes Award for writing her mystery novels. She has written two mystery books.
    http://vme.net/dvm/sister-sleuth/index2.html

  204. Tiffany Wright ...
    New and upcoming author out of Hunt Valley, MD.
    http://www.freewebs.com/fallendiva

  205. Tinisha Nicole Johnson ...
    I am an author/writer/poet. My website promotes myself as a writer and my new mystery/suspense novel release and other writings.
    http://www.freewebs.com/tinishajohnson/

  206. T.J. Butler ...
    Home of TJ Butler, offers bio, books, and workshops.
    http://www.tjbutler.com/

  207. TL James ...
    TL James pens The MPire Trilogy so expect the unexpected. You're invited to join the online group to receive official MPire news, events, updates and notices about special prizes and giveaways.
    http://www.authortljames.com/

  208. Toi Moore ...
    Author Toi Moore.
    http://www.toimoore.com/

  209. Tonya Bolden ...
    Tonya Bolden, author of Strong Men Keep Coming and Tell All the Children Our Story.
    http://www.tonyabolden.com/

  210. Tonya Pinkins ...
    Author of "How to Drop the Drama and Claim the Life You Deserve". An inspirational and motivational book on how to achieve one's goals in life by an award winning actress.
    http://www.tonyapinkins.com/

  211. Tracey Price-Thompson ...
    Best selling author Tracey Price-Thompson.
    http://www.tracypricethompson.com

  212. Tracy L. Bell ...
    Tracy L. Bell is an aut
    http://www.readywriterproductioncompany.com/

  213. Tracy's Crystal Staircase of Literature ...
    African American literary reviews and poetry, profiles of authors.
    http://members.tripod.com/thenxtZORA/index.html

  214. Travis Hunter ...
    Travis Hunter is a best selling author, songwriter and father.
    http://www.travishunter.com

  215. Valent Chamber ...
    An archive of fan fiction and original stories celebrating the soulful spirit of the African American heroine in all walks of life.
    http://valentchamber.com/

  216. Vanessa Davis Griggs ...
    Author, motivator, entrepreneur, consultant.She loves psychology, working with her computer, being able to use words to inspire and empower others, and is very spiritually based.
    http://www.freetosoar.com/

  217. Vannessa Garrett ...
    Creator of Blackbutterfly Poetry and Art. Words are forever as Love and Life. Blackbutterfly Poetry Words forever the Love and Life of Blackbuterfly Poetry Words are forever as Love and Life.
    http://www.blackbutterflypoetryandart.com/

  218. Venise Berry ...
    Venise Berry is the author of the Blackboard bestsellers "All of Me" and "So Good." She is an assistant professor of journalism and mass communications at the University of Iowa.
    http://www.veniseberry.com

  219. Victor McGlothin ...
    Victor left a vice president position with a local bank to pursue a career in literature.
    http://www.victormcglothin.com/

  220. Vincent Tyler ...
    The literary home of Vincent Tyler.
    http://www.VincentTyler.com

  221. Virginia Deberry ...
    Co- Author of the book..... "Tryin To Sleep In The Bed You Made".
    http://www.deberryandgrant.com/

  222. Vivi Monroe Congress ...
    Author Website for The Bankrupt Spirit; Principles for Turning Setbacks into Comebacks.
    http://www.littlelightprod.com/

  223. Walter Mosley ...
    Now in paperback, Walter Mosley's acclaimed return to Science Fiction, Futureland. Read an excerpt on his website.
    http://www.waltermosley.com

  224. Wanda Moorman ...
    Dynamic writer, poet, songwriter and speaker, Wanda Moorman.
    http://www.storytale.com

  225. Yasmin Shiraz ...
    The debut book from Yasmin Shiraz: The Blueprint For My Girls.
    http://www.yasminshiraz.net









































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