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 Crossroads: The Long Way Home By Vince Howard

SYNOPSIS: As a teenager living in the inner city, Benjamin Frazier is extremely hopeful for his future. But there are no guarantees in life; he must undergo numerous tests of his judgment and his decisions have the power to transform his destiny. Standing at a crossroads and staring down the unknown, Benji can embark on five different paths. But where will each decision lead? And more importantly -- can he live with the consequences of his choices? While the narrator serves as a spiritual guide to Benji, as readers, we are compelled to consider our own life choices and confront the resulting circumstances. Offering an insight into the diversity of the African American experience, Crossroads speaks to people of all ages, genders, nationalities and races and reminds us that we are often only ONE decision away from a totally different life.  EXCERPT:  "Tootie Mo was bullying Benji to the point...
 Crossroads: The Long Way Home By Vince Howard
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Creative Clinic | Marketing 101 Webinar

Premiering Oct 5th on Patreon You’ve written the book, now what? It’s time to market!Marketing your novel will be one of the biggest undertakings of your literary journey. Correct marketing … Read more

Fall Session | Outline Clinic

It all starts with a foundation. Before you pick up the pen or open the word doc, you must make sure that your foundation is sturdy. In this clinic, we’ll … Read more

Destination Wedding by Jacqueline J. Holness

 Inspired by an actual ABC News Nightline report, Destination Wedding by Jacqueline J. Holness charts four women’s journeys as they discover that love is not an experiment easily confined to … Read more

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The Art of Storytelling | Creative Clinic

This hands-on creative writings class is a five-week course exclusively on our Patreon. Have a story idea but are unsure where to start? Have you released books already but readers … Read more

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The Ink in Conversation with Julia Royston

Three women, Jillian, Vernice and Erma are connected by Faith, God and Service.  Jillian and Vernice are best friends and have been since the Sunshine Choir at age 5.  Erma … Read more

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“Office Affairs” by. Vette Wilson

It is a shame Emiko, Treasure, Yoni, and Twila all had to find out this way, but hey, it is every Wo (Man) for themselves, and my coins after this … Read more

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Vicenary: A Collection of Black and African Culture Science Fiction and Fantasy Stories by George Blacken

What is your story?  Heroes come in all forms, races, and cultures.  Africans and African Americans are not exceptions to this.  This collection of twenty new science fiction and fantasy … Read more

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Leaves and their Tree: a poetry collection by Paris Jessie

Paris Jessie’s debut poetry collection touches on joys and aches of the mind, body and heart. Her work captures both the fleeting and eternal as she explores family, memory, trauma … Read more

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Family Time Comics by Brandon Foster

What lengths would you go to in order to recover what was taken from you? Meet Ashlon, a smart young lady with a very active imagination. When she returns home … Read more

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Free to Love You by A.S. Wilson

Anthony “Roc” Carmichael is a free man. Having served over a decade in prison for crimes he didn’t commit, he is released from prison filled with a fierce determination to … Read more

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