About J-Dub

James W. Lewis is a novelist and freelance writer published in several books that include Zane’s Caramel Flava, Chicken Soup for the Soul (two series), Gumbo for the Soul, Truth Be Told: Tales of Life, Love and Drama and Don’t Forget your Pepper Spray. Magazine credits include 3AM Magazine, Eyeshot, Dare Magazine, Naptural Roots Magazine, Lucrezia Magazine, Circle Magazine, Rundu Bedtime Stories and American Fitness Magazine. His novels Sellout launched in July 2010 and A Hard Man is Good to Find launched in June 2011.

He’s also part owner of a publisher and soon-to-be author services company called The Pantheon Collective.

After spending twenty years in the Navy, James retired from active duty and is now completing his studies in Kinesiology. In addition to writing, he loves to deejay and has a collection of over 300 vinyl records.

He also does extensive volunteer work at a local veterans assistance center and Boys & Girls Club. You can find James trying to hustle his dreams daily as hard as he can in every way possible. He was won the following awards: 

2011 National Black Book Festival — Best New Author Award

 2011 International Book Awards Winner – African American Fiction

2011 Global Ebook Award Finalist – Multicultural Fiction

2011 Indie Book Awards Finalist – African American Fiction

2011 Indie Excellence Finalist – African American Fiction 

2010 Best Reviewed Books — Urban Reviews 

2010 AALBC Best Book Trailer of the Year (3rd place) 

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Karen aka Chocdiamonds September 10, 2010 at 2:10 am

Keep doing your thang James. Great interview on http://www.svmixradio.com tonite!!!

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Rose Wright, President September 13, 2010 at 2:19 am

This is how your review will appear On Amazon.com:

Jungle Fever 2010, September 12, 2010
By Rose Wright (Jackson, Mississippi) – See all my reviews

This review is from: Sellout (Paperback)

Sellout, is a very good read. Author James W. Lewis takes you into the lives of interracial dating. Is Love really color blind? Are white woman out to steal all our good black men? Lewis touches on the families and their hang ups and sterotypes. Characters Penelope, Dedrick, Sheryl, Tammy and Terrell examines several aspects of the black men with white women and black women with white men. This book has Drama, Hope and Healing. It will have readers wanting more. It is a terrific conversation piece. This novel will have extended and heated discussion. Job well done. SAVVY BOOK CLUB, President, Rose Wright.

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