Introducing: 28 Days of Poetry

Title: 28 Days of Poetry Celebrating Black History
Author: Latorial Faison
Publisher: Cross Keys Press
Release Date: October 2006
Reprinted and released: February 7, 2007
ISBN-10: 1598727737
ISBN-13: 978-1598727739
Paperback: 60 pages
List Price: $8.99

Description:

28 Days of Poetry is an eclectic collection of poems celebrating the history and legacy of African-Americans. The book reflects on slavery, the civil rights movement and paints poetic pictures of the south during a time when America was a divided nation. Young readers will enjoy biographical poems that tell the history of black inventors and other civil rights leaders in history.

About the Author:

Latorial Faison is a poet, author and publisher from Virginia. Faison's work has been published both nationally and internationally in various literary journals and magazines. She has also been published in the NAACP Image Award Winning essay collection by Tavis Smiley, Keeping the Faith. Faison teaches college English, is married, and has two sons. Latorial Faison is also the author of Secrets of My Soul (2001) and Immaculate Perceptions (2003)

http://latorial.faithweb.com/28DaysPressRelease2006.pdf

Upcoming Release: Help Wanted

Title: Help Wanted: A Woman's Guide To Strategically Position Men In Her Life
Author: Alethea Pascascio
Publisher: Queen Publications
Release Date: April 17, 2007
ISBN-10: 097783770X
ISBN-13: 978-0977837700
Paperback: 116 pages
List Price: $12.95

Description:

Alethea Pascascio's practical no-nonsense guide, Help Wanted, is full of eye-opening revelations. You will come to understand how women can benefit from structuring their relationships like a major corporation. Delivering a new perspective on relationships, Help Wanted, reveals why women will improve their odds of finding the right man/men with preparation and having self-confidence.

This book places women behind the hiring desk with the right to add to and/or eliminate from her outer, inner, and innermost circles as they deem necessary. An early exercise suggests that women make detailed lists of the qualities they're looking for in a relationship. This will help them determine if they are seeking to hire a friend (Entry level), boyfriend (Mid level), or husband (Executive level/CEO).

There are also lists of interview questions to help pre-qualify and position candidates correctly because some friends should not become boyfriends and some boyfriends should not become husbands. If a successful company does not allow just anyone sitting at their helm... why should not you have the same, if not higher, standard for your most valuable empire... your life? Relate to men on a whole new level!

About the Author:

Alethea Pascascio is also the author of the critically acclaimed novel, Bag Lady, which has been made required reading at some major universities. She spends her spare time giving inspirational talks at women's correctional facilities. Write her at: P.O. Box 496 Antioch, IL 60002

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