No Place for Race:

  No Place for Race: Why We Need to Address Economic and Social Factors That Are Crushing Us Every Day by Rodney L. Demery RootSky Books Paperback, $15.95 136 pages ISBN: 978-0615908700 Book Review by Kam Williams   “Law enforcement isn’t about the white man out to get the black man, as so many in the […]

GUEST POST & GIVEAWAY: The Tallent & Lowery Series by Amy Lignor

  NOV 19 Posted by Carrie Today I’m spotlighting the adventure/fantasy series by Amy Lignor, Tallent & Lowery!  Let me tell you about each of the books. 13–Book One Description In 1902, in a dark room on the fifth floor of Carnegie Hall, thirteen people came together to continue a tradition that had been set in […]

The popular program – Webb Weaver Books – is proud to present Amy Lignor

  Author of the incredible “Tallent & Lowery” series, from Suspense Publishing. Reviewers are calling this series “Action/Adventure GOLD!” Join us this Thursday, November 14, 2013, at 3:00PM PST (6:00 EST). Talk to the author, hear about these amazing books, and have a ball!  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/webbweaverbooks/2013/11/14/webbweaver-books-proudly-presents-author-amy-lignor

Whole Business Thinking Educates Executives & Increases ROI

by Amy Lignor ‘To better the future, you need to understand the past.’ This is an easy concept. However, when it comes to the business world this concept becomes far more difficult to understand. The job of the business leader has changed over the decades; everything from new technology and changes in tax laws, to […]

Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities

  Ebony & Ivy Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities by Craig Steven Wilder Bloomsbury Press Hardcover, $30.00 432 pages ISBN: 978-1-59691-681-4   Book Review by Kam Williams   “Ebony & Ivy… delivers a groundbreaking and incendiary exploration of the intertwined histories of slavery, race, and higher education… Many of America’s revered colleges and universities… Harvard, […]

Gates Unlocked!

  Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. The “The African Americans” Interview with Kam Williams   Born in Keyser, West Virginia on September 16, 1950, Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. is the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the Hutchins Center for African and African-American Research at Harvard University. He is the author of 16 […]

Book III of What Fans Are Calling “The Best Adventure/Suspense Series Ever”

  Book III of What Fans Are Calling “The Best Adventure/Suspense Series Ever” Arrives From Suspense Publishing!   “The Hero’s Companion” Amy Lignor   Abduction and strange maps, mysterious locations and intriguing players, Tallent and Lowery… Amy Lignor has, once again, put together a story that will turn up your anxiety level and have you […]

Al Sharpton and the Path to American Leadership

  The Rejected Stone Al Sharpton and the Path to American Leadership by Reverend Al Sharpton Cash Money Content Hardcover, $22.00 270 pages ISBN: 978-1-9363-9947-5 Book Review by Kam Williams   “As you read through the following pages and get a sense of my journey and the lessons I’ve learned, I believe you will come to understand […]

The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross

  by Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Dr. Donald Yacovone Smiley Books Hardcover, $34.95 304 pages, Illustrated ISBN: 978-1-4019-3514-6     Book Review by Kam Williams   “One of the central themes of African Americans is the exploration of the diversity of ethnic origins of the people from Africa and their descendants whose enslavement led to […]

Fans Go Back to The Overlook Hotel with the Master of Horror and SHINE!

  by Amy Lignor Stephen King always addresses the people who are white-knuckled from clenching his books so tightly in their hands that they WILL be weighted down with arthritis later in life – ‘Constant Reader.’ I have never really known if he means that we are constantly reading, or constantly reading him. Either way, […]

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