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Writing gives Black authors the creative space to tell their stories. From non-fiction and fiction to poems and memoirs, African Americans are releasing their literary talents and creating award-winning books. For all of the book lovers and those searching for a good read, here are books by Black authors that are a great read. Becoming…

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Rolling out had the opportunity to interview Timothy Warren Taylor about his book titled Women Ink. This first book is a collection of poems written to or about past lovers set to be released in October of 2018. “But it’s also meant to reflect all the ways they shaped my heart and made me the man I…

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Nicole S. Mason is known as a leader’s leader and is sought after for her wise counsel and effective leadership strategies. She serves as coach and confidante to high-achieving women in the marketplace and in ministry. Aligning her leadership acumen and faith creates a powerful combination for those who retain Mason to help them make…

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Sandra Chaney — compelling change agent, nonprofit strategist and grant specialist,  bestselling author, certified fatherless daughter advocate, and national speaker — is on a global assignment to help women live and love beyond their titles, be more than their businesses and ministries, and transform their lives to manifest the missions they were created to bring forth. Rolling out caught up…

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Enitan Bereola II wrote three award-winning and best-selling books that Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey and the Zuckerbergs own — Bereolaesque, Gentlewoman and The Gray. Bereola is a renaissance man in true form, gallivanting the globe, cataloging pop culture and curating sold out shows that pair wine and restoration with the critical conversation between literary masters, Forbes-listed…

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Whether you’re an employee or an entrepreneur, you must prepare for success. CEO and founder of Jackets for Jobs, Alison Vaughn helps others reach success with a viable community resource. During its 17 years in operation, JFJ has assisted over 21K people with obtaining employment. Featured on the “Today” show and “The View,” the organization also earned…

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Author, entrepreneur, and brand creator Quentin Holmes has embarked on a mission to empower today’s youth through electrifying literature. The University of Michigan graduate has brought his knowledge of social diversity to hard copies of his children’s books. As the son of a hardworking father whose career moved the family to various parts of the…

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The Soulful Chicago Book Fair was recently held at the Woodlawn Community School in Chicago. This was the second book fair of its kind during the year. The most recent book fair was centered around Kwanzaa. Vendors and performers also showed up to share and express culture. Asadah Kirkland, the founder of The Soulful Chicago…

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Some celebrities have hidden talents that they discovered after becoming famous, while others have always been aware of their talents. The list of celebrities below decided to explore their writing talents and took their “entertainment” to another level as they put pen to paper to write children’s books. Being a writer is no easy feat. It takes hours…

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In 2005, when Brittani Williams discovered her unbound imagination and creativity, and the escapism rooted in great literature, she completed her first manuscript, Automatic Princess, later titled Daddy’s Little Girl; it’s her bestselling book to date. Within four months of her completed manuscript, she was signed to a two-book deal with Q-boro Books in 2007. That same year,…

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Dr. Dennis Kimbro is a phenomenal educator and author-writer. From his latest book, The Wealth Choice: Success Secrets of Black Millionaires, to best seller Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice (with the Napoleon Hill Foundation), he’s given life to those who may not even recognize it. In The Wealth Choice, he highlights the studies of value of casing the very essence of what makes…

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