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Cleopatra was not the Last Pharaoh. She was the Last Ptolemaic Pharaoh.

Some years ago, I discovered that traditional history lied to us about the line of the Pharaohs dying out with Cleopatra. It didn’t. The red and white pieces of the pharaoh’s crown meant something the rest of the world didn’t … Continue reading

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Manchild in the Promised Land-A book published 55 years ago holds true today.

  I studied Manchild in the Promised Land as a social studies compendium in college. It was published in 1965 as autobiographical novel. It was written by Claude Brown. It chronicles of the author’s coming-of-age story amidst poverty and violence … Continue reading

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When The Saints Go Marching In.

There are so many varieties and contributed authors of this song that it grew and spread from the original song. 1. Oh lord, I’m just a weary pilgrim, Plodding (traveling) thru this world of sin; Getting ready for that City … Continue reading

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Quote from novel “Shellyanna”: “You can’t see the problem…….”

As every one knows I like to introduce a major player in the series before the books come out. Sort of like an old-fashioned matinee. To make the audience familiar with them. This is part of a conversation the main … Continue reading

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The Most Romantic Books of All Time

With Valentine’s Day two weeks away many people are thinking of romance. The romance genre is perhaps the best selling genre of them all. It consist of 38% of all the fiction books sold and rate is steady climbing.

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Toni Morrison passed away.

I am sure everyone knows by now about Nobel laureate novelist, Toni Morrison passing. I agree with the article; she was: ‘The Most Formidable Mind of Our Times.’ Tayari Jones Honors Toni Morrison’s Work and Legacy   Toni Morrison’s Elegy … Continue reading

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What is Juneteenth?

Many outside of Texas have never heard of Juneteenth because in most Southern states the commemorate date of the Emancipation Proclamation is celebrated January 1, because of Lincoln signing the proclamation on January 1, 1863. Juneteenth, means June 19, 1865 … Continue reading

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400 Years Since The First Captured Africans Arrived In Jamestown, Va. June 6, 1619.

    Why is 1619 an important year in African American history? And for American as a whole? This is a very important date. It’s important because it marked the starting point of what this nation would eventually become. A … Continue reading

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Free Copy of ~THE TREE~Ends Tomorrow!

Free Copy of ~THE TREE~ I am told this is the last time this book will be listed in a give-away for quite some time.  

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