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Sha is an 80’s baby from Brooklyn who grew up in Queens. In 2006, she attained her Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology, and is currently working towards her Masters. Writing has always been SHA s way of dealing with life, penning poetry since the age of nine. Sha tried her hand at fiction, growing tired of the monotonous titles that filled the African-American section of the bookstore where she worked. Proudly representing for young women within the inner city, being a creative force who speaks directly to her generation, Sha has penned the sequel to her suspenseful novel, Harder.

Read an interview with Sha: “The First Lady of Ghettoheat”

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235 Books by Sha

Black Power Line
Black Power Line

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