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Micole DiamondEyes

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The author of Change For A Dollar and contributing author in the anthology On Da Corner, Aaron Bebo is a look into the urban terrain in a profound presentation of words. He spins tales so vividly that the reader is almost compelled to believe they are actually participating in every dialogue and location. His debut novel highlights the theme of transition. Bebo delivers the story in fine fashion with his detailed wit, and slick character dialogue. Using his uncanny view of the urban structure, the conditions and the circumstances which combine the urban sub-culture; he was able to translate into words a broader spectrum of the ominous shadows that seemed to be a ever present force in the urban structure where he grew up. Aaron Bebo is intent on promoting literacy as he feels it is a needed tool for those who exist in neighborhoods that are low income. "Literacy is the key to comprehension and comprehension is the key to all other doors." Aaron has lent his time speaking to students in the South Florida school system. He also runs a literacy correspondence program with several incarcerated individuals, including his son who is currently serving a ten year sentence in Sullivan correctional facility in Fallsburg, New York. Aaron has also ghost written two novels outside the street fiction genre that have been published. He is also co-author on the forthcoming title Boo Thang with author La’Tonya West. Aaron is set to release his next full novel titled ‘The Finished Product. ’In between his debut CFAD he has started releasing a series of short stories touching on several genres titled Long Story Short, the first two releases from the series are Accidental Nut and Mischievous currently available on Amazon. Aaron currently lives in Georgia outside of Metro Atlanta. Where he continues to write and connect with the people as a means of promoting literacy.