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  1. I look forward to the various discussions on writing and how to land an agent. I also want to learn to perfect my craft before releasing my debut children's picture book and novel. I don't want to be put in the genre of urban fiction/street --a niche market. My books are more than that. A WRITER'S NIGHTMARE by, Tiffany Simone I know that feeling, FEAR. It often holds me back. The writers block, the numerous rewrites, the right word, the various opinions, the what to and not to write. Then comes the self-doubt. What if? What if they don't like my pitch, my query let
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  2. READ ON BLACK IN AMERICA WEBSITE,BLACK GANGSTER IN PRISON RECEIVED A LETTER, FROM THE KLAN... LETTER FROM THE KLAN WAS THANKING NIGGER GANGS FOR KILLING BLACK PEOPLE,AND RAPING BLACK WOMEN/////IVE SAID BEFORE BLACK PEOPLE ARE DOING WHAT SLAVERY, SOUTHERN LYNCHINGS AND HANGINGS COULD NOT DO, GENOCIDE THE BLACK RACE...DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BLACK HOLOCAUST AND THE JEWISH HOLOCAUST,THE JEWS ARE NOT CONTINUING THEIR HOLOCAUST///JEWISH CHURCH NOT CONTINUING THEIR HOLOCAUST, LIKE BLACK CHURCH PREACHERS,ENSLAVED THE MINDS AND
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  3. With the popularity of 50 Shades of Gray and the HBO series, Girls, the literary world is taking notice of a growing audience: young millennials just entering adulthood. Attorney turned author, Faye McCray, has published a short story series, Dani's Belts, and a novel, Boyfriend, centering around this angst ridden time in a young person's life. "I learned so much in my twenties," McCray said. "Most of which was through painful mistakes. In your early twenties, you have one foot in adulthood and another still buried in your childhood. It's fun to revisit the excitement of that time thr
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  4. LMAO. I needed a good laugh. Sick of everything going on in the world. I'm jaded, and it's not easy being green!
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