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Books In The Hood Reviews: Malanie, The Perfectly Unique Swan!

I'Esha Mitchell is the newest writer to be welcomed to Downrivers' club of authors. Mitchell has already sold out of her first title, "Malanie, The Perfectly Unique Swan!", and is waiting patiently...

 

Dancing Monkeys In My Soup

Due to the fact that I don't have any children of my own, it's always a holiday or rare occasion in which I can read a children's book. The last time I got to read a children's book was for a series...

 

Nationally Published Author, Jennifer Imediegwu, Returns Home

Jennifer Imediegwu, nee Webb, Southwest Detroit native and daughter of June and Crawford Webb is the author of the new book, Letters to Her: Becoming a Woman of Purity, Purpose, and Proverbs 31 Virtue.Jennifer is a 2005 Valedictorian Graduate of... Full story

 

Daddy Can You Hear Me?

Daddy Can You Hear Me is collection of poems and prayers targeted to fatherhood, and what a father figure means to the family. Cass Tech and Michigan State alumni Patrice A Lee is the sole... Full story

 

Seduced By The General By: T. Norfleet

Seduced By The General is another title in the long list of Detroit author India T. Norfleet. Norfleet is a writer of romance and erotica where her stories are very distinctive from others in the... Full story

 

Lupus Journey by Francine Houston

Lupus is a systemic autoimmune disease that occurs when the body's immune system attacks its own tissues and organs. Lupus can affect every organ, and affects everyone differently. Francine Houston... Full story

 

Books in the Hood Review

Normally, what stories are told out of the city of Detroit? Action, suspense, and crime normally cross my eyes when browsing local bookstores. The Empress' New Hair is something that defies the norm.... Full story

 

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