Tales from the Briccs

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Xlibris Corporation, Jan 31, 2011 - Fiction - 206 pages
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Tales from the Briccs is a collection of short urban stories that gives one a raw and water resistant glimpse into real life scenarios that happen in ghettos all across America. Each story contains one of the perils that plague the lives of individuals living in the ghetto: money, sex, violence, gangs and prison; yet they all have positive messages that are written to entertain and enlighten a mature audience thats in search of truth through the art of fiction. Its thrilling, humorous, heart stopping and destined to make you think twice.

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“Knowledge” was raised in Watts, California. An at-risk youth and true product of his environment, violence earned him a 10-year stint in prison. Refusing to succumb to the negative elements and influences of the prison system he struggled and turned the incarceration into liberation through education and the acquisition of knowledge of self. Albeit Knowledge is still encased within the belly of the penal beast, through experience of being a victim of the mentality of the U.S. Ghetto coupled with his enlightenment thru self-education he continues to remove the psychological chains of degradation through his writings.

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