Jones House Publishing
With such works as Duggan and The Women of Sugar Hill, New Orleans Shadows and Street Tears, Jones House is making a name for itself in the publishing industry. Known as the people's company, Jones House Publishing is dedicated to its customers and fans first. Our aim is provide a spiritual uplifting and deep satisfaction to our customers. Types of books we publish deal with the American experience. Subject matters include race relations, perils of beauty, drug addictions, relationships, and many more. JHP publishes novels, short story collections, children's books, and variations of poetry collections. We are committed to bringing excellence to our readers as we grow together as company and customer.
We also provide editorial services. For any or all of your editorial needs as an indie author, we strive to make your work look professional for a fraction of the cost of others and guarantee to exceed your expectations. Customer satisfaction is our mission.
Other than book publishing, we have also teamed up with Clear Lightning Pictures to work on a series of documentaries for 2018.
So come along and ride with us on this remarkable and fantastic journey and we hope you enjoy the ride.
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Montage (mon tayj) reads a selection entitled 'Pieces' from his new novel Duggan at Texas Southern University, 4-11-13. Novel is available on amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Duggan-ebook/dp/B00BFTV3ME/ref=sr_1_1_bnp_1_kin?ie=UTF8&qid=1365878360&sr=8-1&keywords=duggan
New Orleans Shadows
by Jazz Claiborne
In the late 1800s, Thomas DePaul survives a vicious attack at his New Orleans home. He abandons the state, only to return many years later in order to reconcile past demons and learn that his blood is the key to the survival of a new, ambitious race of vampires.
The third-generation ghetto politician, Harold, gives his heart to the street and worships everything that comes with it: hustling, nightlife, women, and the ghetto mentality. He owns this life, remaining dedicated to move up the ranks of street politician until he witnesses the murder of his girlfriend, Alicia, loses a child, and watches the self-destruction of his best friend, Chain.
Black-White Binaries of European Christianity and Colonialism
The focus and aim of this research is to highlight the implementation of a black-white binary system by European society created in order to establish a superior white and inferior non-white individual. The structural setup of this system, or better yet its execution was done through vulture-like acts by foraging imperialists. It entails the appropriation of and the deflection of origin
The Alaska Trip
by M.R. Weeks
(5.00 from 1 review)
A woman, who has been dreaming about Alaska since a child, finally decides to make the trip after several abusive marriages, drug stints, and deaths.
The Women of Sugar Hill
(5.00 from 1 review)
A real life #MeToo story without the ulterior motives, The Women of Sugar Hill tells a story of four women, Nicie, Amanda, Denise, and Natalia, whose lives are entangled by physically and mentally abusive relationships, stemming from boyfriends, husbands, mothers, fathers, as well as step-fathers, drawn together by one neighborhood called Sugar Hill and one motive—survival.
(4.86 from 21 reviews)
Duggan tells the story of several individuals and their struggle of survival. Among them are: Jackie, an innocent mother who suffers abuse before being brutally murdered; Donny, who convinces his best friend to commit a robbery that leads to his death; Jaycie, who, along with her boyfriend, struggles with pill addiction; and George whose wife becomes impregnated by another lover.
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