Writers of African Origin

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Writers of African Origin

This group is open to everyone, and will focus on writing and writers of African origin.

Location: #Identity
Members: 166
Latest Activity: yesterday

Hello everyone! My name is Solange, I created this group a while back, and have been away for a while, had 2 kids in the meantime, and I missed this place sooo much! So I'm back, love what is being said here. I would also like to offer my own blog on global women at http://keurawa.com, if anyone would like to stop by and offer a soul bite...I can't wait to finish reading everyone in this group.

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Anybody interested in a reading exchange?

Started by sara selznick. Last reply by Suzette R Hinton Sep 9. 10 Replies

We're all swamped, I know that. I'm hoping to be ready for a next full read very soon. These are tough to set up. They involve a ton of time and they have to be the right exchange--you know, if…Continue

Question: How do you prepare your black son for America?

Started by Toya A. Barnette. Last reply by Toya A. Barnette Sep 2. 10 Replies

Shortly after the Travon Martin tragedy I wrote an open letter to all of our sons (I have two) that I'd like to share with you. At the time I was exasperated, angry and hurt. The psychological burden…Continue

Tags: mother, black sons, America, black man, Michael Brown

Reaching Historians of African History

Started by Jacqueline Malcolm. Last reply by sara selznick Jun 12, 2013. 7 Replies

Any advice or pointers?? I've just signed a 3-book contract for a trilogy of novels called SLAVE: The Trilogy and I would LOVE to have my work reviewed and endorsed by some key prominent historians…Continue

Tags: Endorsements, African, Historians

Question: Can't black folks be happy?

Started by Zetta Brown. Last reply by Bwandungi Mugarura May 9, 2013. 64 Replies

I just turned in a book review that's coming out next month, and although it was an excellent book, the ending left me cold.OK, so maybe I'm not the biggest fan of "urban" fiction, but is it…Continue

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Comment by Quanie Miller on September 8, 2014 at 6:48am

Today I'm revealing the cover for my southern paranormal novel, The New Mrs. Collins. Stop by quanietalkswriting.com and check it out! 

Comment by Stella Mpisi on September 7, 2014 at 2:28am

Hi everyone. I am so excited to be a part of this group! I would to start of by reading some of your work. Does anyone have a book or article I can read? Have a lovely Sunday :-)

Comment by Urenna Sander on July 7, 2014 at 12:31pm

Smashwords has a free download on the Secret Ebook Publishing Success by Mark Coker. It is offered on his recent blog, dated July 6, on Smashwords.

Comment by Quanie Miller on July 7, 2014 at 5:46am

Today I'm blogging about writing what you love vs. writing what sells. Stop by quanietalkswriting.com and post your thoughts! 

Comment by Quanie Miller on June 23, 2014 at 6:57am

Today I’m blogging about book covers that feature characters of color. Does the race of the person on a book cover determine if you’ll buy it? Stop by quanietalkswriting.com and post your thoughts! 

Comment by Totsymae on April 5, 2014 at 8:09am
Comment by Urenna Sander on March 2, 2014 at 4:13pm

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Comment by Urenna Sander on January 11, 2014 at 11:57am

Hello,

My name is Urenna Sander. I am very happy to join your group.

Comment by JMcManus on September 21, 2013 at 7:06pm

Thanks Sara!

Comment by sara selznick on September 21, 2013 at 4:24pm

Love the video, J, Talee is a charming kid. Thanks for letting us see it. 

Sara

 

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