2015 Books

WALKING WHILE BLACK: The Laws For The Negro At Nighttime In the USA #CURSETHECOTTON

January 10, 2016

So here we are, living in 2016, while black/African American children are being gunned down by police officers who get off with murder, but did you know that there were laws to WALKING WHILE BLACK in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA? Sure, we all know about slaves, segregation and the like, however, have you ever […]

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New Book Release: I THOUGHT I WAS ALONE 3…Because the Drama Is Explosive!

January 3, 2016

The final installment of I Thought I Was Alone is finally here, and I’m definitely too happy to have released it TODAY just for YOU! This I Thought I Was Alone series has been wonderful, and part 1 and 2 have been downloaded massively, so now it’s time for you and others you know to […]

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AUTHOR ANSWERS: Curse the Cotton, a Novel of Boldness, Blood & a Full Circle of Freedom

December 21, 2015
Curse the Cotton

Shelone is a character that was born out of love for family. She is a survivor, not for herself, but for others. She lives for the future, and this is her sole objective. Her mother and father are gone, but her purpose remains.  Her greatest fear has never been the death of herself.  Her greatest […]

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Most Wanted Felon Now Available For Download On Nook & iTunes!

April 11, 2015

Thanks to everyone for showing love to me when I released MOST WANTED FELON on Kindle Unlimited. Now, I ask that you continue to spread the word and download on Nook and iTunes. I surely do appreciate all of you! It’s a great story, so enjoy! See you at the SC Book Festival on May […]

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A MOST DESERVED Thanks For Downloading MOST WANTED FELON!

January 14, 2015

Again, I thank everyone who downloaded a copy and told others about my latest novella, MOST WANTED FELON. I’ve had this story in the back of my mind for a long time, however, the book cover, as all of my book covers, was created six months ahead of schedule. I can’t seem to keep up […]

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