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Urban Fiction Book Signing at Logan Branch Library

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Today was super awesome! Like, the dopeness behind how awesome today was is indescribable! Today, I had my first book signing in over four years. I’m shocked that I wasn’t nervous. The last book signing that I did was at Horizon Book store in The Gallery Market East on November 22, 2013 and I damn near sold out that day. Today was special because I teamed up with both of my sisters. We are determined to take our companies and products to the next level and become forces to be reckoned with.  Not only did we do book signings for both of our books, Why Yet and myself, but my older sister showcased her body butters as well. A young woman from Temple University by the name of Sabreah Abdul did a podcast for me and Why Yet about our books and it reminded me why I write and why I want to share my gift with the world. She is the first interviewer that I had who didn’t ask generic questions but actually read the book I was doing the signing for which was Love’s Deadly Masquerade, and read up on my background as well as did her research on other books that I’ve written, going as far as to research Hoop Dreams Deflated so we could talk about that book as well. I’ll be posting the link to the podcast so you all can listen to the interview that was done.

Here are some pics from today’s event.

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I will be posting the rest of the photos in my photo gallery once I complete it in the coming week. Meantime in between time, as soon as the podcast is posted, I will add it for you all to listen to. And if you have not purchased any of my books, you are truly missing out. Visit My eBook Store to purchase ebook copies of all of my books. For paperback orders which include free shipping, visit My book store Thanks for stopping by my blog. And remember, even if people don’t believe in you, make sure you are your biggest cheerleader. Just because people seem like they’re not paying attention doesn’t mean they aren’t watching how you move. Just make sure you know the difference between those who are truly there for you and those are there for what they can get from you. See you at the top because the bottom is too crowded. Peace!