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Click for more detail about Coming Forth by Day by Kakwasi Somadhi Coming Forth by Day

by Kakwasi Somadhi
Infinity Publishing (Oct 29, 2014)
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Coming Forth by Day is a sweeping story of love, dangerous secrets, social upheaval, and transformation during the sixties and seventies. The protagonist, Loretha Mae Emmitt, after discovering she’s the victim of deadly medical abuse, finds the courage to become an outspoken advocate for health care and patients’ rights. Her actions inspire others to join her, including her troubled revolutionary lover and including the son of the physician who abuses her.

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Wilborn Layton General Hospital

Loretha joins Dr. Bernard's medical research thinking it will make her well, attractive, and desirable, that it will be her ticket to freedom. She realizes that she's gambling, perhaps with her life, but after all, he assures her there is little danger. He wouldn't lie, would he? Should she tell anyone? Who? "It's better not to talk about it, he tells her. You'll be asked questions you can't answer." Thus, she keeps it to herself for as long as she can and enjoys her silence. Secrets can be powerful.

Desert Haven

Solly leaves Loretha alone again, this time for over a month. He knows she'll think he's cheating on her with another woman. Not so, but he can't tell her the truth. It's just that he must get Marcus out of the country, and fast. He can't tell Professor Howard either, even though not knowing Marcus's whereabouts is driving her crazy. Telling the women is unwise. They might slip and let the secret out, and that would be dangerous for Marcus and for him. Solly needs to tell someone just to get the weight off his back, but who can he trust? What's a revolutionary supposed to do? Secrets can keep a man locked down.

The Doctor’s Son

When Clay Bernard Jr., CJ, figures out how dangerous his father's research has been, he leaves his position at the General under a cloud of disgrace. He looks for Loretha and offers to help her. But then he unearths more bad news about his father. CJ doesn't know what to do, so he settles on keeping his own secrets, even after Loretha calls him out. "Why do you hate your daddy?" She asks him. Secrets can poison a man's heart.

Puerto de Vida

Loretha, Solly, and CJ travel to a rustic town in Mexico to have fun, relax, get away from the heavy troubles of their lives, and forget their secrets, if only for a three-day festival. They bring others with them: Professor Howard, Roy, Dolores, and a child, Malakia. But the unexpected happens. The pastoral beauty of the town and the myth surrounding it bring these travelers closer together. On the beach under a full moon, they tell each other things they never thought they'd say. And by the time morning arrives, they feel freer than they've ever felt before.


Click for more detail about Words From The River by Malik Canty Words From The River

by Malik Canty
Infinity Publishing (Aug 20, 2013)
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This collection of poetic thoughts was written to inform, entertain and persuade the readers into conscience agreement that truth can be flavorful as well as powerful. "WORDS FROM THE RIVER" is a testimony of the durability and ever flowing thoughts of a man who is blessed to understand that "I write" because the words flow in my soul like the endless stream of a river. The words tell the stories of the continued struggle of our people and like the RIVER we keep flowing and we keep going.


Click for more detail about Poetic Fire by Malik Canty Poetic Fire

by Malik Canty
Infinity Publishing (Aug 13, 2010)
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This collection of thoughts seek to remind the reader that Poetry, just like Reality, needs to be paid attention to before things explode …. Take time with the pages because each note is a story within a story and since some people like it HOT, I decided to let the words flow even if it bruises a few egos ….


Click for more detail about Life After Sunday by Sheritha Bowman Life After Sunday

by Sheritha Bowman
Infinity Publishing (Feb 02, 2010)
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Tyanne is a God fearing woman. Marcus is a street hustler who believes Tyannes spirituality is the cause of their marital woes. Can two walk together except they be agreed?


Click for more detail about Triptych by Wendy Coakley-Thompson Triptych

by Wendy Coakley-Thompson
Infinity Publishing (Jan 08, 2009)
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While Jonathan fights a malignant brain tumor, his wife, Ally, and cousin, Tim, succumb to their carnal attraction. As guilt consumes them, Jonathan enters the mix with an unorthodox proposition….


Love Bones

by Ron Oliphant
Infinity Publishing (Dec 20, 2007)
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Click for more detail about Who Hears The Poet When He Weeps? by Malik Canty Who Hears The Poet When He Weeps?

by Malik Canty
Infinity Publishing (Sep 25, 2007)
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"Who Hears the Poet When He Weeps?" Each page from this collection should invoke a feeling, a reaction, a nod of approval or disapproval …. I seek to get in touch with your conscience before Conditioning sets in again. Our human emotions have been revised, everything that hurts we try to hide. This book seeks to put to rest a myth, because it’s a lie that REAL MEN DON’T CRY …. My pen speaks … My pen weeps …


Click for more detail about Embracing the Horror by Darline Dorce-Coupet Embracing the Horror

by Darline Dorce-Coupet
Infinity Publishing (May 14, 2001)
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"Captivating.gripping.and smart. Steamy.delicious.wickedly sexy. Hip.sexy.funky fresh.a 21st Century Love Story. Rapturous.like liquid sunshine, Embracing the Horror packs a wallop. The pages sizzle and forbidden passion is taken to a new heights. Wandering from the club scene of South Beach to the exotic sandy beaches of San Juan and Costa Rica, Erin Arielle is one of the hottest heroines ever! Erotic Romantic Fiction at its best!"

'This book is great. It's extremely unique...and will attract a diverse group of readers.' Elizabeth von Rentzell, Writer’s Digest

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