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The fourth and final story was written by Colin Channer, I'm Still Waiting. It was good to see and read Got To Be Real for a number of reasons.
The fourth and final story was written by Colin Channer, I'm Still Waiting. Patience, a former teen singing sensation, has one last chance to seize a recording contract. Through her manager, she’s introduced to Michael Chin-see. One being that the short story format will, hopefully, gain in popularity among both authors and the reading audience. Two, that four of our top contemporary authors came together to bring forth a good collection. Third, but certainly least, I had to dig up my CD with the Cheryl Lynn recording. I hummed it while I was reading the book.
Four popular African-American authors-E. Lynn Harris, Eric Jerome Dickey, Colin Canner, and Marcus Major-come together in a bold new collection of original stories that explore the vast complexities of the human heart and the challenges of love in modern America. E. Lynn Harris charts the emotional journey of a man whose unexpected Valentine's Day gift could turn into the soul mate he's longed for and feared all of his life.
authors E. Lynn Harris and Eric Jerome Dickey, and Blackboard best-selling authors Colin Channer and Marcus Major have joined forces in Got to Be Real, a compilation of fresh, funny, and honest love stories.
New York Times best-selling authors E. Each one is a unique look at love in the modern, urban age. Harris' leading man faces one of his greatest fears with a Valentine's gift that could change his life forever.
Four love stories by black authors
Four popular African-American authors-E . Aug 13, 2015 Winter Sophia Rose rated it it was amazing. Four love stories by black authors. Cafe Piel by Eric Jerome Dickey - Dickey is a great storyteller and I've read several of his books. I am always made uneasy by the casual racism and self destructive conduct of his characters.
Any Way the Wind Blows (2002), winner of Blackboard's Novel of the Year Award
Any Way the Wind Blows (2002), winner of Blackboard's Novel of the Year Award. A Love of My Own (2003), winner of Blackboard's Novel of the Year Award. What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted – A Memoir (2003).
Got to Be Real: Four Original Love Stories. Four popular African-American authors-E. by Eric Jerome Dickey · E. Lynn Harris · Marcus Major · Lynn Harris · Colin Channer. Lynn Harris, Eric Jerome Dickey, Colin Canner, and Marcus Major-come together in a bold new collection of original stories that explore the vast complexities of the human heart and the challenges of love in moder. by Eric Jerome Dickey · David Yardin · Lan Medina.
Four brand-new, original stories from four of the biggest names in black writing today.
book by Eric Jerome Dickey . Four brand-new, original stories from four of the biggest names in black writing today. Sexy, raucously funny, and unfailingly honest - they deal with modern relationships, navigating the complex landscape of the human heart whilst creating characters as fresh and real as love itself. Back in 1996, former software engineer writer Eric Jerome Dickey quit his day job as a substitute teacher after the success of his first novel, Sister, Sister. About the Author: ERIC JEROME DICKEY is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty novels, as well as a six-issue miniseries of graphic novels featuring Storm (X-Men) and the Black Panther. Originally from Memphis, Dickey now lives on the road.
The four authors are Colin Channer, Eric Jerome Dickey, E. Lynn Harris and Marcus Major. While all four stories are very enjoyable, the standout is Colin Channer's "I'm Still Waiting. His tale, set in Jamaica, has a memorable staying power and appeals to both emotion and desire as it relates a story about stumbling, running and finding your way home -- even when you've closed the doors to your heart.