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Everyday I Ball: Young Adult Version by Michael Sanders

Everyday I Ball: Young Adult Version by Michael Sanders

In the storyline, we follow the boggling double-lives of two high school student-athletes named Razah & Mizz. On the outside, the two boys appear to epitomize the high school dreams of book smarts…

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Conspiracy of Credit by Corey P. Smith

Conspiracy of Credit by Corey P. Smith

According to the author, Conspiracy of Credit is a must read. It contains the most raw and comprehensive information you will ever find on credit. The author will take you on a ride as he revisits his enco…

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Family Tree the Novel by Andrea N. Carr

Family Tree the Novel by Andrea N. Carr

She went to jail and found freedom. Arrested for driving on a suspended license, Angel Harper was less than prepared to deal with what happened next. Being stuck in jail is the least of her worries when…

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Double Dare by K. Charles

Double Dare by K. Charles

Summary: Navigating middle school can be tricky. But, 14-year-old twins, Kaila and Zaria Bradley, known to everyone as the Double Dutch Dolls, seem to have it all figured out. At least until they hear their archenemy Trinity say, “Kaila’s only

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Something About April by Cheri Paris Edwards

Something About April by Cheri Paris Edwards

With daughter Sanita settled in her own apartment, for the first time in years Lena Jefferson’s time is her own. On a whim, she looks up an old college boyfriend and impulsively sends him an e-mail. To her surprise he writes…

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Orange Clouds Blue Sky by J. Hale Turner

Orange Clouds Blue Sky by J. Hale Turner

Skye Patterson will be turning sweet sixteen very soon. She and her best friends plan to shop ’til they drop at their favorite mall, but Skye’s Mom throw…

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Beyond the Broken by Sharisse Kimbro

Beyond the Broken by Sharisse Kimbro

It seems like only yesterday when five friends with five dreams stood together at their Stanford graduation ceremony, turned their tassels, and looked f…

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Don’t Worry About The Mule Going Blind: Hazel’s Daughter by Betty Tucker

Don’t Worry About The Mule Going Blind: Hazel’s Daughter by Betty Tucker

Betty Tucker grew up in Belle Glade, Florida, a town notorious for terrible violence and poverty. Her autobiography describes her experiences and struggl…

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Truth or Consequences by Sharon C. Cooper

Truth or Consequences by Sharon C. Cooper

Hospital Chief of Staff Natasha Lockham’s life has been all about work and no play. That is until a one-night stand with a man who lives his life on the …

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The Night My Soul Cried by LaRedeaux

The Night My Soul Cried by LaRedeaux

Summary: There comes a time when you have to reach down into your inner being – to draw up the deepest emotions from your inner soul…emotions of love, empathy, fear, and revenge. In her debut collection of poems,

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