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Interview w/ Best Selling Author K.D.Harris of Cartel Publication and Junnita Jackson

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Author K.D.Harris. She is the author of Poison I, Poison II, and Eccentric Bliss Beyond Measure K.D.Harris grew up in Delaware where she still currently resides. Her novels consist of erotica, and taboo situations that others are afraid to speak out about. She has a knack for drawing out the real life experiences that each of us can relate to in some form or another. K.D. knew from first hand because she lived some of the events that she writes about but thru the grace of God she overcame adversity and the odds. K.D. takes you onto a personal journey of street life with a bit of reality mixed with tragedy can turn into a positive road if you have faith and believe in yourself. K.D. is an accomplished writer, who hopes to uplift the spirits of her readers thru her journey of overcoming obstacles that sometimes plagues us all thru her works. K.D recently signed a deal with The Cartel Publications. Her first Novels “Poison” was released in 2008 and “Poison 2” which was released in 2009. K.D. Harris has her own publishing company, K.D.Harris Publications with it's first release “Eccentric Bliss Beyond Measure”. She is Delaware Black Awards Nominee for Best Author and... Junnita Jackson was born in Brooklyn, New York in the 70's. Being the oldest she often spent alot of time alone in her room which at time she discovered escape through fiction. "My love for words and expression showed itself publically when I attended Boys and Girls high School in Bed-Stuy. I performed a monologue, to audition for the drama club, from the collection of poems from For Colored Girls Who Consider Suicide When The Rainbow Was Enuf by Ntozake Shange. After my performance I was praised and told I should be on stage, but that wasn't where my heart really was. The reaction to the performance made me want to write and have people entertained by my words and how I strung them together to form images in their minds. I wanted to paint pictures with my words."

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