Lashawn Gholson is an avid reader of urban fiction and loves to edit other people's writing. She says it helps her writing and keeps her aware of the mistakes in her own work. She feels all women have beauty; it's just their job to acknowledge it. She plans on helping them do that. She willingly admits to her fondness for Prince and Beyonce and Seven Streeter. And girls with big round...Please pardon my profile photo but I couldn't find the original file. But yes, that's me on the cover.
Dennis Osondu's final offering in his free Black Honey series, is a masterpiece of modern urban fiction. When Nadia Reece decides to journey into the dark underbelly of one of America's most dangerous neighborhoods, she uncovers a sinister plot devised to destroy young black and Hispanic youth. Hell Night is fast approaching; can Nadia Reece find anyone still alive to help her fight the zombies?
Osondu and Gholson's foray into first person prose is an absolute delight. As usual, Osondu pays homage to his hero King by delivering a stupendously scary tale of forbidden lust between two unlikely people. The mood is set from the first page and it never lets up. You won't believe the topic but will applaud the audacity. Osondu rocks! You should truly enjoy this preview. Thanx hrhsophia!
Prepare yourself to be utterly hypnotized by hands down, the best urban fiction book ever written. The prose is incredible, and the story itself, will mesmerize you. Aliens are on the verge of an attack on Earth, and it's up to a group of black teenagers to prevent it. Filled with action and adventure, this Black*Honey offering will take you away...literally. Welcome to African American scy-fy!