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Born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in Peekskill, New York, Ty Marshall, is one of the hottest new writers in the Urban Fiction game. His authentic depiction of the streets based off real life and real world experiences set him apart from the pack. His ability to write fiction from a real place makes him special, but it's the seamless way he weaves the two worlds together that makes him an undeniable talent.
Handpicked by "New York Times Best Selling Author" JaQuavis Coleman, Ty recently joined Official Writer's League (O.W.L.) where he will stay true to the company's mantra and demonstrate the highest level of storytelling with the help of O.W.L. founders Ashley & JaQuavis. His debut novel, Eat, Prey and No Love has dine quite well and he is currently dropping his latest sure penned fire starter KEYS TO THE KINGDOM. Ty is a proud father and husband that resides in Georgia
Reminisce would blame the streets for the way her life turned out. She grew up poor, insecure and wanting the finer things in life. That’s where Jimmy came in at. He was a hustler and soon able to give Reminisce all the things in life she dreamed of. The problem was, Jimmy not only took care of her, and he also indulged in the finer things of life too. He was an obsessive cheater and a womanizer. Their relationship was entering the fifth year and things had gotten worse. But Reminisce loved Jimmy and was willing to put up with his bullshit as long as the money kept coming. But things changed when some men broke in the house to rob Jimmy and nearly killed them both during the robbery. Reminisce wanted out. She retreated to writing poetry, something she used to do as a little girl. She soon found strength in her heart to want out. Jimmy got arrested and she found her first real chance of leaving Jimmy. But would she make it on her own without the drug money Jimmy provided? Reminisce blames the streets but the streets doesn’t owe anyone any loyalty. Dangerously In Love is a modern love tale filled with danger, passion, and one woman’s dream of escape.
Author Aletta Hodges is poet and writer born and raised in Mid-Michigan. Her debut novel, Dangerously In Love was published in October 2014 on Cinematic Ink, a subsidiary of SBR Publications, owned and operated by best selling author David Weaver. Aletta currently lives in Lansing Michigan where she is a Dental Assistant and Tax Preparer. She began writing poetry at the age of twelve and has always been an avid reader. Her poems have long been sought out by fans and friends alike for years. Her book, Dangerously In Love is a trilogy series that chronicles a love tale filled with danger, passion and one woman’s dream of escape.
.Roxanne Linden learned the hard way that it’s one thing to be overweight, a lesbian and a cheater, but it’s quite another to take your stepsister, Ayana Linden, as a lover. Forced into a conventional lifestyle with her fiancé, Mark Watkins, Roxanne’s humdrum existence is interrupted when Ayana resurfaces. Roxanne knows her world is about to change, but is she fully prepared for what happens next? The sisters’ reunion uncovers the truth about Ayana, who is exploring her options with Marlon Fields, while trying to end her volatile relationship with her married lover, Jasmine Willowbrook. This reunion also rekindles sexual urges that lead Roxanne into the arms of flamboyant bar owner, Royal T. Roaman. Royal shares a shady past with her fiancé, and once Mark becomes aware of Roxanne’s latest indiscretions, he is unwittingly trapped in a betrayal he believes is of his own volition. As all of their lives and relationships begin to intertwine, truths are unearthed, infidelities come to light and futures are threatened. If they aren’t careful in their search for LOVE & HAPPINESS, Roxanne, or one of her lovers, may lose everything—including their life.
Austin was a wealthy man. He owned a large plantation in Hardeman County, Tennessee and a larger one in Tunica County Mississippi.
• He was an attorney and Circuit Court Judge. Later he was elected and then reelected several times to the Tennessee Legislature.
• People that are familiar with the history of Tennessee and Mississippi probably know about something about Austin Miller. Early in the 1800’s he was pretty much responsible for relocating the line that separates the two states. He insisted that the line should be further south in the state of Mississippi. He was right. Today, South Memphis is in Tennessee rather than Mississippi in part because of him.
1. Austin had a slave named Sophia. He bought her and her mother to be his housekeeper. He didn’t want Sophia because she was just a little tot, too young to work or do anything other than play. He saw her as being more of a pest than an asset. Yet, he ended up with her and her mother. Austin was single at the time, and there really wasn’t much to do around the house as far as housekeeping is concerned. Sophia played with three white girls that lived nearby. They were from well-to-do families and it didn’t matter to them that she was a slave. Looking at them, it was pretty much impossible to tell who was white and which one was the slave.
Sabrina Eubanks will take us on an exciting ride with her book, Brooklyn Boys.
Growing up in hard and gritty Do-Or-Die Bed-Stuy had been a tough and often perilous road for Justin Wilde and his brother Tony, but they refused to succumb to life’s vicious blows. Left as virtual orphans by a father doing a terminal bid and a mother who became strung out and gave up, they were left to fend for themselves. Since well-paying, gainful employment had shut its heart to these young men with minimum skills, they quickly find their niche in easily gotten drug money; slinging on the corner for a flashy old school dealer named Cicero Thomas and making undesirables disappear. They are known on the streets as Cutty and Crush.
Life hasn’t been easy, but they’ve always been smart. When they’re made an offer they can’t refuse by Prometheus Burns, an upstart from Trinidad with primo product, they start on a course for a takeover that will leave a major dealer bodied and put them in position to have the venerable status of true drug lords; but coups are not always easy. Sometimes a war must be fought to reign supreme, but Cutty and Crush are more than ready to rise to the occasion with their old friends Shade and Josie to help clear the path.
The kingdom of the original gangster and old regimes are at hand. The time has come for Brooklyn Boys.
Sevyn McCray Atlanta, Georgia native raised on the Westside of Atlanta, attended both elementary and high school. Always having a love for reading anything that she could get her hands on, she starting writing short stories and poems. Sevyn was urged to enter an essay contest by her fifth grade teacher that was sponsored by the city's Department of Public Safety. After winning her first contest, she continued to enter them and win them every month until she finished elementary school.
Writing became second nature and soon she was tutoring peers and assisting her teachers with grading English papers. Sevyn McCray joined the journalism club and had her own advice column as well as writing articles weekly. By the time she finished high school she knew that writing is what she wanted to do. Majoring in English education and criminal justice, Sevyn continued using her writing skills as a peer tutor all throughout her education. Using her writing, proofreading and editing skills, she tackled corporate america. She now resides south of Atlanta with her two children. Hard at work finishing her Masters in Creative Writing and in the lab, juggling between working at her newly formed publishing company Peach Dollhouse Publications co-owned with fellow author Chanel Smith (which is an imprint of SBR publications) and writing.
Her most recent novel "The Real Block Wives of Atlanta" made it to the number #1 spot in African American fiction and stayed there for three weeks straight. It was published by SBR publications and it is currently available for download as well as in paperback along with her debut novel "What Da Lick Read? The Triple Cross" l. Look forward to collaborations that she is currently working on with fellow authors at SBR (The Bankroll Squad) and the upcoming sequels to her first two novel. Check her out and stay abreast of everything Sevyn at www.sevynmccray.com or www.peachdollhouse.com
S. Chameleon: Hey world, I’m your girl S. Chameleon. I’m a wife and mother of two striving to accomplish all my goals. I live by the moto “Act Like a Lady Think Like a Boss”. Currently a writer of Urban Fiction but not limited to that one particular genre and I’m a lover of my craft.She is the author of Devious Deception.
I’ve been writing for five years independently. I started with just my own personal projects then that grew into me starting my blog where I began writing raw uncut short stories @schameleonbooks.blogspot.com. After receiving such a large following with my blog I decided to try my hand at penning a full novel independently. I began researching to get the information that I needed locally to get my novel published as well as starting my new author page on face book and starting to connect with other authors in the industry. While in the process of publishing my first independent novel I was introduced to G Street Author NeNe Capri after which we spoke and I submitted information to her publishing company that’s an imprint under G Street Chronicles and was welcomed with open arms. At that time I put my personal project on hold and signed on with Boss Lady Publishing and now here I am. I’m a very outgoing and friendly individual that’s always looking to connect and I have a witty since of humor.
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