Nappy Is Good: A Conversation Piece

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AuthorHouse, May 25, 2005 - Literary Collections - 320 pages
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      Nappy, raw, rugged truth (is good) Is Ethnic expression and if nothing else, it’s like the b-sides to real life situations – the side we know about and forget about.  For some it’s the side we choose to ignore.  Nappy is good is our reminder.  Also encompassed are my conjectures, my views on different social issues and events.  Nappy is good is simply a way to state; more than one way to look at it.  

       Co-titled conversation piece because there are different subjects germane to our living as a culture and amiable views that can be identified by a variety.  Forces us to put things into perspective by offering tasteful topics for thought and discussion.  This is the doctor for troubled relationships.  It’s education.  It’s inspirational and drives the thought process at records speeds.  It’s education, it’s history that we witnessed while in the making.  What some of us fail to retain is that history is the story, the reason why things are the way they are today. 

         So if you like poetic expression, this is for you; if you enjoy spending that “me” time reflecting, this is what you need; if you readily accept challenge, this book is for you; if you thrive on good conversation and polished opinions, this definitely is the book for you.

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About the author (2005)

Devon Callahan is an expressive native from Washington D.C.  He’s in tune with his work.  It’s like art when his pen hits the pad.  The power of the pen, as he was told, is incredible.  What’s so amazing is that his work breathes marketing success in the way that some of everybody can identify with it.


This admired author in his early years was a prized asset.  He wrote for local papers, drama clubs and authored four unreleased novels.  Here, he brings you the thought-provoking Nappy is Good, which tenders his social views.  This project puts him out there, giving the reader a taste of his forth-coming releases at the same time.  Devon’s work is definitely worth a read.

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