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At a predominantly white university, four black men form the core of a community of strength and support that is envied by others.
Through their first three years at Gulf Atlantic University, Tommy Sims, Mitch Erickson, Pepper Ashton, and Carl Dorset had built up networks of allies, making each of them resistant to the challenges thrown at them by this enormous university.
With only THE SENIOR YEAR remaining in their campus lives, the young men team up to maintain their powerful sense of self and, for one more year, fight off the distractions and troubles threatening their goals.
With its moments of triumph, wisps of reminiscence and underlying anxiety, THE SENIOR YEAR is the culmination of these student's first nervous steps into the real world.
Tragically, one of them won't make it to their graduation day.
Finding ancient Egyptian scrolls is a dream for many archaeologists and historians. But none of them would think of looking for them in Kenya. Thirty years ago, that's what happened. Nineteen ancient Egyptian scrolls were discovered on the slopes of Mt. Kenya. Why were they there? They were three thousand miles out of place. Who brought them there? The archaeologists who found them had no answers. It took Dr. Mira Qasim and her team to finally decipher the scrolls and find the answers. "These scrolls weren't Egyptian," she said. "They're actually Nubian - from about 2,700 years ago, the time of Egypt's 25th Dynasty when Nubia was a far larger empire than we knew." Dr. Qasim's findings had opened a window on a legendary land with a name that still resonates today as a term of endearment and empowerment; a recognition of courage and poise - Nubia. "What I found was Nubia's story as told by an orphan child named Kano," Dr. Kasim said. "He found his way to the core of Nubia, and grew to become an essential part of its rise to empire. I can't wait to share Kano's story with you."
2019 AAMBC URBAN FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR NOMINEE!
2018 SILVER AWARD WINNER, HUMAN RELATIONS INDIE BOOK AWARDS!
2018 WINNER, BEST FICTION BOOK, BOOKFEST 18 AUTHOR AWARDS!
Although the glamour of Hollywood lures bold and confident actors from around the world, it can also crush the unprepared, ripping chunks of pride from their souls and ejecting them back to their hometowns.
Matt Redcrop and Kayla Ross are struggling performing artists and lovers who have the odds stacked against them. With their sights set on Hollywood, they have been sharpening their skills under the tutelage of one of the toughest acting coaches in America, Shelley Isaacson of Tampa.
When they realize they are no longer happy being on the fringes of fame, Matt and Kayla make the move to Hollywood with another couple from the workshop. As they become immersed in the roller coaster of emotions that accompany auditions and rejections, each is eventually led to a future they had never considered.
I NEED; I WANT is the story of young couple learning about life under the spotlights, their search for balance between ambition and expectation, and the price of fame.
Everlasting life. Many want it. Others don’t, believing it’s a curse. Either way, Malchides is the only one who has it. He doesn’t know why, but he just can’t die.
Malchides, who has been known by many names, has been alive from the beginning of human history. His legend has spawned religions. His deeds have destroyed armies. He has affected people and nations worldwide, setting the course of cultural evolution even beyond Earth.
Now as fate leads him into encounters with three women—Candace Amanirenas of Nubia, Tamara Jennings of Florida, and Sage Kolene of Tau Ceti Epsilon-Basalt—separated by thousands of years of time, Malchides learns the value of unconditional love, even as his obsession with dying grows. But will the Universal Consciousness grant him the gift he has always desired or will he remain a tortured soul forever.
UNDYING LOVE tells the tale of a man’s fascinating journey through thousands of years as he meets three extraordinary women and attempts to release himself from everlasting life.
In another time and place, an enormous society of worlds and species with common interests in profitable financial exchange has somehow survived hundreds of years of terrorist threats and war. But now as the battles end, the society faces its greatest threat: an alliance of seven poor planets colonized by their outcasts.
These outcasts are not terrorists or warriors. They have no armed forces powerful enough to subdue worlds. Their only weapon is their mysterious ability to produce astonishing quantities of gold and platinum—two tangible commodities that support all interstellar commerce and hold the potential to make them all very wealthy.
There are those who want nothing more than to be the first to discover the secret to their ability. One corporation smuggles a former monk into one of the human colonies to learn more. Now only time will tell if he can accomplish his mission.
With the help from a legendary and beautiful Nova Chaser, he will find much more than he ever bargained for.
TEG-Comm is here, but hidden. TEG-Comm seems new, but millions have heard rumors about its operations for decades. TEG-Comm had never intended it, but world government is the result of its existence.
Because of a warning from another star, TEG-Comm had perpetuated a Cold War hoax for 40 years in the 20th Century. They were behind the assassinations of several heads of state, including President Kennedy. They had taken advantage of UFO hysteria to cover up their experiments. They had done all these things in order to cover-up the greatest secret in history.
Now, it’s TEG-Comm’s target year. They must be ready. Humanity is about to become involved with its first interstellar war.