Must Read African American Literature Releasing In the Month of November, Starting With Confessions In B-Flat

Confessions in B-Flat is a love story that takes place dead center of the Civil Rights Movement of 1963, written by Donna Hill and due for release on November 24, 2020. The story follows path of a follower of Martin Luther King’s teachings who is named Jason through the point he meets a follower of Malcolm X’s teachings, a female named Anita. Will their love work as their ideals clash?

Light for the World to See: A Thousand Words on Race and Hope by award winning Kwame Alexander is about to release on November 17, 2020, and it’s a book of poetry, using lyrics to describe what is going on in the Black world today.

What happens when you fall in love with the the enemy? It places you dead center of the WAR OF THE HEART. This is a Josiah Jay Starr book that is part of the Achim Jeffers Novel Series that will release on November 23, 2020 following the life of an assassin who has fallen in love with one of his targets.

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From Jamaican born author Alecia McKenzie comes A Million Aunties on November 17, 2020, and the story follows Chris as he reconnects with himself after a tragedy while visiting the Caribbean and finds unlikely support from some along the way.

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