Ebony Chronicles of Elevation, Volume 1

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NCM Publishing, 2012 - Fiction - 238 pages
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Judged, before he has a chance to speak. Passed over for promotions, even though he is more than qualified. Many times he is turned away from a better opportunity because of who he was born to be. Judged just by the color of his skin, the black man has been facing adversity for more than a century. In Ebony Chronicles of elevation the reader will experience in-depth tales of the black man's journey and fight for something greater. From the minds of black men who has loved, lost, fought, and educated themselves comes a powerful piece that allows their stories to be told from their voice. Brought to you by NCM Publishing and New York Times best selling author Omar Tyree comes a timeless novel that will embrace your heart, educate your mind, and elevated your spirit. featuring stories by Moses Miller, Q. B. Wells, Corey J. Barnes, and a host of others; Ebony Chronicles of Elevation will entice the readers of stories of the Ebony Man elevating out of any situation no matter how great.
 

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Contents

Corey Barnes
3
Broke in Cycles
54
Facebook Friends
129
Down Fall
151
My Heart
180
Willowbrook
201
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Omar Tyree is a professional journalist with a Degree from Howard University who became an award-winning, New York Times best-selling author with two million copies of his books sold worldwide, including Flyy Girl, A Do Right Man, and Single Mom. He has been published in a dozen newspapers and magazines including, The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The News Journal, Ebony, Essence, and Upscale magazine.

Chris Hicks has been writing about movies for the Deseret News in Salt Lake City for more than thirty years, and during that time also spent thirteen years reviewing films for KSL TV and radio. Now retired, he continues to write a weekly entertainment column and home-video reviews for the Deseret News. Chris and his wife Joyce live in Holladay, Utah, and have a combined family of twelve children and thirty-plus grandchildren, all of whom love movies.

Q.B. Wells is the publisher of Art Official Media LLC and an author living in Baltimore City, Maryland. He has written books (Blackface, Doughboy), book reviews, articles and essays about urban literature and culture for The Urban Book Source, Urbania Magazine and www.UrbaniaMag.com. A member of the Independent Book Publishers Association, Q.B. Wells presents workshops on publishing at local community centers and organizations. A visionary and entrepreneur, Q.B. Wells taught with the Baltimore City Public School System for several years before transitioning into teaching writing classes at Towson University. One Hundred Miles and Running (Blackface 2) is his second novel.

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