4 Books Published by Soulfire Books on Our Site — Book Cover Mosaic

Click for more detail about The Unmaking Of The Black Man: And The Impact Of Image In Black America by Gibran Tariq The Unmaking Of The Black Man: And The Impact Of Image In Black America

by Gibran Tariq
Soulfire Books (Jun 22, 2018)
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A searing commentary on image and the negative impact it has had on black people in this country.


Click for more detail about The Talented Xth by Gibran Tariq The Talented Xth

by Gibran Tariq
Soulfire Books (Jun 15, 2018)
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Available, for a limited time, as free Kindle eBook!

The Talented Xth is a coming of age story about a young boy whose life is turned upside down by a beautiful, dominating mother, and a terrifying secret. Growing up, he has to fight the “growing pains” of knowing he is “different,” and in an early effort to combat these feelings, and after he nearly kills a young, female playmate who refused to let him play “Mommy” in the childhood game of playing house, he turns to boxing as a way to “enhance” his masculinity.

The violence of boxing, for a short time, soothes the “feminine” beast that is rising up within him, but his prowess in the ring brings him to the attention of The Talented Xth, a secret organization of powerful gay men who groom him for the ultimate prize in sports: The Heavyweight Championship of the World!

The Talented Xth’s sinister plans includes taking control of the US government and the due date for the takeover will be set into motion on the night when their client wins the heavyweight championship and stuns the world by renouncing the title and by announcing that he is gay!

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Click for more detail about Snapshots by Gibran Tariq Snapshots

by Gibran Tariq
Soulfire Books (Jan 01, 2012)
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A daily dose of inspiration for African-Americans each day of the year.


Click for more detail about When I Say Jump by Gibran Tariq When I Say Jump

by Gibran Tariq
Soulfire Books (Dec 23, 2011)
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After graduating at the top of her law class, Elizabeth Sellers is ready to take on and conquer the legal world, but her hopes quickly fade when none of the big Washington law firms contact her. Discouraged, she returns home to work in a local firm where her first case might turn out to be her last. When she is hired to take on the case of four black toddlers injured at a day care in Charlotte NC, she stumbles upon a government conspiracy to imprison one out of every four black males born in this country. Both her life and sanity are threatened, but the ultimate question for her is simple: Are black males worth saving?!




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