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Road Dawgz by K’wan

”It’s the penthouse or the morgue.” This is the philosophy adopted by Keshawn Wilson, a.k.a. ”K-Dawg,” self-proclaimed lord of the streets. Keshawn is the youngest of five kids and one of only two that doesn’t belong to his mot...
 
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A HUSTLER’S WIFE by Nikki Turner

Sweet innocent Yarni, from a well-to-do family, meets Richmond’s notorious drug kingpin, Des. Immediately they develop an astronomical love, which separates her from her family and friends. But when Des, is sentenced to life in...
 
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FLIP SIDE OF THE GAME by Tu-Shonda Whitaker

Look out…cause here she comes! Stepping to the forefront, award-winning author, Tu-Shonda Whitaker, proudly presents Miz Thing herself, “Vera Wright-Turner!” “Don’t hate the playah, hate the game!” is the anthem of this gold di...

 
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Cora Daniels’ Thoughts on Street Fiction

Over the weekend, I read Cora Daniels’ Ghettonation. In her incredible book, Ms. Daniels critiques how the United States has embraced a ghetto culture that “demeans women, devalues education, celebrates the worst African Americ...
 
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CREAM: A Compilation by Tu-Shonda Whitaker, Danielle Santiago, and TN Baker

Essence Best Selling Authors T.N. Baker, Tu-Shonda Whitaker and Danielle Santiago unite to create a feisty yet Sheisty triple threat novella of love, drama and passion. Cream takes you through the life and times of Wassaun, Bru...

 
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CONTAGIOUS by Quentin Carter

Maurice Jones is a smooth, conniving player who specializes in manipulating women for his own financial gain. Tired of dealing with the same naive women day after day, Maurice searches for the one female who can match his wit. ...
 
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School of hard knocks holds lessons

Urban-fiction author and publisher Vickie Stringer will discuss her story of redemption at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Madame Walker Theatre Center, 617 Indiana Ave. Stringer wrote a semi-autobiographical novel, “Let That Be the Rea...
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A DOWN CHIC by Mallori McNeal

Amina is a bad girl born in the Bronx and raised in downtown Cincinnati. For a 17-year-old, Amina has had a decent life. But after meeting her father and 23-year-old brother for the first time, things take a turn for the worse....
 
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HOODWINKED by Quentin Carter

Drug-dealing blood-brothers Keith and Kevin Banks are sitting on top of the world with enough dough and honeys to last them for sure. Just when everything seems to be going their way, jealousy secretly takes hold of their close...
 
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DOLLAR BILL by Joy

Dollar bill is “Dead Presidents”, “Jason’s Lyric” and “Set It Off” in print. From the killing grounds Gary, Indiana, Dollar goes from a small pup just living and learning to a big dawg learning to live. Dollar decides against j...