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  1. Jersey City based author, Qwantu Amaru's debut novel, One Blood, has been nominated for a global ebook award in the Horror, Thriller, and Paranormal categories. The One Blood book trailer has also been nominated for best book trailer of the year. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRLog (Press Release) - Mar 12, 2012 - Jersey City, NJ - 3/12/12 – LOCAL AUTHOR'S BOOK NOMINATED FOR GLOBAL EBOOK AWARD Ebooks now have double-digit market share in the United States and this new dimension of books is on an impressive growth trajectory. Readers, faced with more choices of books and authors at lower
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  2. DON’T TAKE ME ALIVE 1972 Bank Job Five minutes after my eyes opened, I made a phone call to my partner and sighed in relief to discover that our heist was still on for this morning. I inwardly applauded our plan to get some paper and I crossed my fingers, hoping that the bank would be loaded with cash because at nineteen, I was sick and tired of being broke. I had grown weary of praying to God to let a sack of cash fall off the back of a Wells Fargo truck so I had resolved to end my career as a broke nigga and today was the first day for the rest of my life. And as my own financ
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  3. Some of you may remember me; I made several posts in Thumper's Corner last month. Historical Novel reviews has just posted a great review of my novel about Moses Grandy and slavery in my area, and I'd like to share it with you. Historical Novel Review at http://www.historicalnovelreview.com …and Remember that I Am a Man – The Life of Moses Grandy by John Bushore is a superbly SHOWN story of a strong, humble being born as a Negro, and is an adept portrayal of his life from childhood until death. According to the author’s notes at the end of the novel, this book was written
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  4. As of March 31st 2010 only registered users may post on the AALBC.com discussion boards. The easiest way to register is to use you Facebook account (facebook connect). You facebook credentials are not shared with AALBC.com. Facebook just provides the ability to use their validation to logon to other websites, like our discussion baord. Of course you may also register to particpate without a facebook account.
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  5. Check out the top posters from the last discussion board." The top three posters would defintely be in "my five".
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