Raising Fences : A Black Man's Love Storyby
Michael Datcher (Hardcover - March 2001)
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Editorial reviews | Excerpt: "I've been obsessed with being
a husband and father since I was seven years old. Quiet as it's kept,
many young black men have the same obsession. Picket-fence dreams. A
played-out metaphor in the white community but one still secretly riding
the bench in black neighborhoods nationwide."
4 Guys and Trouble by
Marcus Major (Hardcover - March 2001)
A Day Late and a Dollar Short by
Terry McMillan (Hardcover - January 2001)
Breathing Room by
Patricia Elam (Hardcover - January 2001)
Lalita Tademy (Hardcover)
Lalita Tademy quit her big job at a Fortune 500 company to
research her slave-family ancestry and produce the landmark, fact-inspired
Cane River, an engrossing saga stretching back five generations.
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Thoughts: Short Stories, Essays and Poetry from the Hearts and Minds
of Real Black Men by
S. James Guitard (Paperback
- May 25, 2006) Other Editions:
Paperback ~ a compilation of over 55 short stories, essays
and poems from the hearts and minds of Black men. It provides a refreshing
look at the psychological, social, political and economic views that
are often held by Black men but not expressed to the general public.
Cover to Cover by
D. M. Brown (Paperback - September 2000)
Farther Than I Meant To Go, Longer Than I Meant To
Tiffany L. Warren (Author) (Paperback)
She's independent, successful, and fulfilled in her spiritual walk. But bank
president Charmayne Ellis is also overweight, close-to-forty…and wondering if
she will ever be as successful in her personal life. She's never gotten much
praise or caring from her ever-critical mother and sister. And her friends are
more into matchmaking than being truly supportive.
Timmothy B. McCann (Hardcover - April 2001)