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2011

Beast Mode in 2015!

January 11, 2015

Me in 2015! Yeah, I know, I know. I’ve pretty much abandoned this website, cobwebs and dust all over the place. I posted my last blog in what, June? Pitiful. In my defense, I started a new school semester, and since I’m a few cards short of a full deck, I took on 9 units […]

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SINNERS! Kentucky Church Trying to Uphold the Status Quo!

December 6, 2011

In 2011, you would think dating anyone you want would be a non-issue. We don’t live in an era of pervasive hatred anymore, where a black man could get riot mob justice for merely looking at or saying “hi” to a white woman. Emmett Till was only fourteen years old when he was lynched in […]

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It’s the End of Publishing As We Know It … And We Feel Fine

October 17, 2011

Written by Omar Luqmaan-Harris. Published on my company website The Pantheon Collective. 10/12/2011 Over the past 24 months or so, the publishing industry has been doing a lot of talking about a singular topic – does the growth of e-books mean the death of traditional publishing? Well last year all the pundits kept saying that […]

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Sophomore Slump? I Freakin’ Hope Not!

June 2, 2011

I’m sure you’ve heard of the sophomore slump. No matter the creative expression (singing, rapping, acting) I imagine every artist worries about it, especially as the days draw nearer to that “highly anticipated” second effort.  Authors are no different. So people loved your first book, but a year later, it’s time to slide the firstborn […]

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PT 2: And the Winner Is…

April 16, 2011

ME! Doesn’t the smile say it all? This has been a memorable week for J-Weezy. One for the ages, I tell ya. How so, you ask? Well, not only did SELLOUT receive a Global Ebook Award nomination, I won the 2011 Best New Author Award for the upcoming National Black Book Festival! Whatever happy dance […]

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Do You. Get Up. Go Get It. It’s That Simple. Word.

March 2, 2011

Yes, I have A.D.D.  No way around it. I have come to that conclusion.  In addition to the meaning you already know, A.D.D. also stands for “Always Daydreaming, Damn!” My brain stays on overdrive, which is a good and bad thing. Good because it makes me focus on what I want; bad because sometimes that’s […]

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