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  1. Amazon's Top 100 Free eBooks K. Honey Thompson's novel "Forbidden Hearts & Revenge" is #31!
  2. A Free Writing Workshop – An All Day Event - Saturday February 23rd 8:30am to 4:00pm The Gwendolyn Brooks Center for Black Literature and Creative Writing at Chicago State University is holding a Master’s Class workshop on fiction writing. Limited seating so RSVP by Monday February 18th (773) 995 - 3286 Instructor: Tony Lindsay: Tony Lindsay is the author of seven novels; One Dead Preacher, Street Possession, Chasin’ It, Urban Affair, One Dead Lawyer, More Boy than Girl, One Dead Doctor and two short story collections titled Pieces of the Hole and Fat from Papa’s Head. He has published book critiques and reviews for Black Issue’s Book Review. He was a contributor to the anthologies Don't Hate the Game and Lucious. He has also contributed to the on-line encyclopedia Identity.com, and Mosiac.com. He has been published by to the African American literary web-site ‘Timbooktu.com’, as well as the young adult magazine Cicada. He writes bimonthly articles for Conversations magazine, and he writes non-fiction book reviews for Hartman Publishing’s N’DIGO Magapaper. Lindsay has a MFA in Creative Writing from Chicago State University, Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Illinois – Chicago. He teaches at Chicago State University, South Suburban College, and Westwood College. Place: Chicago State University 9501 South King Dr. Douglas Hall Room 210-A, Chicago, IL 60628. Date: Saturday February 23rd Time: 8:30 to 4:00pm Required materials: Spiral notebook and pen Breakfast and Lunch: is sponsored by The Gwendolyn Brooks Center for Black Literature and Creative Writing at Chicago State University RSVP by Monday February 18th (773) 995 - 3286
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  4. Ok I've heard a lot about there not being enough good writers. All all the writers are writing crap. Well here is your chance to download an entire book from a good writier for free! Check out the novel "The Rampage of the Rufus Buck Gang" by Leonce Gaiter: http://aalbc.it/lg-free-ebook The eBook is available in all the popular formats. This promotion ends October 6th. Use must use coupon code WB45M at check out. Leonce is a excellent writer and has crafted a throughly researched novel about little known chapter in American history. Again the eBook is free. What do you have to lose -- except a chance to discover terrific story? Thumper, one of my most critical reviewers described Leonce novel "Bourbon Street" this way, "It has been a long while since I read a book as complex and gorgeous as Bourbon Street written by Leonce Gaiter. A novel which explores the spectrum of inner naked essence of human nature, Bourbon Street was a sheer joy to read from beginning to end." Read the entire review here: http://aalbc.com/reviews/bourbon_street.htm
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