4 Must Read Memoirs of Hip Hop, Immigration, and Ancestry That Are Here For 2021

About 9 months ago, we posted about activist and rap artist Talib Kweli and his upcoming book titled Vibrate Higher: A Rap Story, which is a memoir where he will…

Read Some of the Best Upcoming Children’s & Young Adult Fiction of 2021

The word exciting doesn’t quite do 2021 justice when it comes to the upcoming release of these fabulous children’s and young adult books …even Kevin Hart is adding to the…

Must Read Apocalyptic Fiction Breaking Out In the Spring 2021

Spring 2021 is bringing brand new and fresh stories for the post-apocalyptic fiction lovers, and on February 1st comes another story from Cyan Deane titled How to Survive the End.…

Must Read Eye-Opening Books Going Into the 2021 New Year, Starting With Crossing The Line

Crossing the Line by Kareem Rosser is a coming of age story, following young siblings from the poverty stricken streets of West Philadelphia to an opportunity that concluded to them…

2020’s Black & African American Stories To Read Before 2021

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie didn’t leave 2020 without a short story for us all titled Zikora. Released in October, Zikora is about a pregnant female attorney who is abandoned by her…

Stay Fit In Mind & Body With These Upcoming Books on Fitness, Starting With HEALTHY AT LAST

Healthy at Last: A Plant-Based Approach to Preventing and Reversing Diabetes and Other Chronic Illnesses could be the cookbook that changes the game for life for many people across the…

Upcoming Must Read Hip Hop Biographies, Starting With THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT

In Kendrick Lamar, we get a man in his thirties who has achieved so much that music critic and journalist Marcus J. Moore, author of the upcoming THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT,…

Look Forward To 2020 AJC’s Decatur Book Festival Virtually & Spanning One Full Month

Kicking off on Labor Day Weekend, the AJC Decatur Book Festival will put on a large virtual event, maintaining the excitement for all those who are crazy about great books…

Are Female Authors Still Pushed Into Male Pen Names In Order To Succeed? Unfortunately, It Happens.

There was recently an article coming from The Evening Standard that highlights female authors throughout history having to or choosing to use male pseudonyms, or pen names, in order to…

How To Support Authors During the COVID Crisis

Mostly everyone needs help during the COVID crisis, and there is one group of entrepreneurs and artists that have entertained us all through the decades who have been hit particularly…

NO SUCH THING AS HALFWAY Crosses Ethnic Groups & Distance With Love

Coming from author Achu E. Mba is a new book that tells the story of two lovers making it happen through long distance and crossing the boundaries of traditional (African)…