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  1. Mic check 1, 2 Click the link below to LIKE You, Me, Us, Them on the Bookmaester Top 100 Indie Book Charts: http://bookmaester.com/index.php?a=in&u=NahSun Thanks for the love and support Aye!
  2. @Troy - I asked because of this... http://www.politeonsociety.com/2017/07/17/harlem-book-fair-2017-wrap-up/
  3. @Troy - The link is in the signature I've been around... ...building my brand and catalog Thanks for asking By the way, what do you think of the HBF nowadays? LOL Nah'Sun
  4. *** New Book Release *** Click the link to pre-order "You, Me, Us, Them" eBook before #Valentines Day The book that's too hot to be under #fiftyshades Nook • Kindle • Google Play www.nahsunblaze.com
  5. ABOUT THE BOOK Some dream about it. Some indulge. The rest are curious about introducing themselves to the swing culture. #YouMeUsThem is a thorough examination of the Lifestyle commonly known to swingers as the LS. As couple swapping is generally frowned upon in mainstream society, the story of Niccolo and Katt takes you on a trip through the good, the bad, and the ugly for vets and newbies alike to avoid the pitfalls of the LS while engaging in sexxxplosive fantasies between 60 chapters of no filler. You'll learn words of the LS such as unicorn, bull, choc
  6. @ Cynique The difference between Kola Book and Hickson is that Kola actually participated in multiple discussions regardless of my agreeing or disagreeing with her views I think she’s a head-case at times, but at least I got a glimpse of her personality…and when I DID meet her in person a couple times, she turned out to be a good hearted individual, which had led me to buy her book Kola gave me background info about her on the strength of the discussions on this board that drew interest from me to check her out I’m turned off when authors constantly promote and advertise with
  7. @ Troy Reasoning with Hickson is like talking to a brick wall The irony is that he quoted a Chinese proverb about wisdom when he's ignoring the jewel I just dropped about readers such as myself supporting authors Matter of fact... A wise man isn't supposed to say to himself that he's wise...his words and actions speak for themselves...LOL
  8. I see Hickson doesn’t take constructive criticism well, and that’s gonna be his downfall I checked out authors like Kola Boof because she actually brought something meaningful to the board In fact, her posts on the board had led me to wanna meet her @ the Harlem Book Fair two years ago, which subsequently led me to a book signing she held in Crown Heights
  9. Hickson has been spamming the boards for years (during my "lurking" days), and sometimes deters me to wanna come to this forum because of that Not once has his method had drawn interest for me to check out what he's about His whole style is annoying and unprofessional...point blank
  10. @ Troy It's funny because I've been riding NYC buses and subways since 2001, and I'll say 98 percent of the time I'll see Black women with an Urban Fiction book in their hands It's like that's the only genre they enjoy reading And the only time they'll read outside the Urban market is when books like Fifty Shades of Grey, The Great Gatsby and The Help either become popular or turned into movies I also wanna throw in a James Patterson title...he's pretty much the Eminem of the book industry The only time I was shocked to see a Black woman read a book that wasn't po
  11. @ Troy You're forgetting that the Street Lit market was already tapped with Donald Goines, Iceberg Slim and Nathan Heard The problem was that no one had carried the torch in the 80s to late 90s when they either passed away or stopped writing novels Major publishing houses were foolish by looking at the intangibles instead of the tangibles of why Black people supposedly didn't read...the market was out there...they just weren't saavy enough to realize that history repeats itself Sister Souljah's The Coldest Winter Ever had resurrected the genre...NOT create it And
  12. @ Troy I don't blame Black literary fiction writers for focusing on the white demographic...white readers have a broader taste when it comes to fiction It seems like negroes are enslaved to reading Urban fiction, Erotic, or Christian fiction The only time they do read other genres is when either Oprah or the white man co-sign it (ex. The Help and Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy) The Black readership choices are limited...simple as that There's no accident that Black authors use pseudonyms when they write Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels
  13. I wouldn't be so quick to say that One Baltimore store owner once told me he refuses to sell books other than Street Lit It's our own fault that there's hardly any variety because stores either refuse to market, promote or stock books other than Urban Fiction Therefore, people are going to read what's available to them as many are too lazy to unearth new talent Then you wonder why the game is so saturated with one thing
  14. Literary Fiction is dead among Black readership unless the white man or Oprah co-signs it
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