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Stephanie Casher

Quick Tips for An Extended Summer European Vacation

July 8, 2014

Just before the official start of the summer, the wife and I embarked on our first international journey–a European hop to Italy and the Netherlands. Can you say epic? I checked off a few items on the ol’ bucket list, let me tell ya. We traveled to eight cities, averaging three days at each stop […]

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Back in the Game!

April 10, 2014

From the The Pantheon Collective site: Daily rigors of a busy life have funny ways of keeping us from doing the things we are most passionate about. The TPC3 can attest to that. Oh, it’s been a while, so let me re-introduce the “TPC3”: Stephanie Casher, James W. Lewis (me), and Omar Luqmaan-Harris. Nice to […]

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F.A.T.E: From Authors to Entrepreneurs

December 27, 2013

  What is F.A.T.E, you ask? It’s our first collaboration and the first of its kind, as far as we know. F.A.T.E: From Authors to Entrepreneurs encompasses excitement, exhilaration, doubt, fear–all the rollercoaster human emotions mangled together during the process of not only launching a debut novel, but a new publishing company at the same […]

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Into the New Year…

December 9, 2013

Well … I didn’t meet my NaNo goal by the end of November. Matter of fact, I was about … um … 44,000 words short, BUT! I have a valid excuse. I’d mentioned if I didn’t finish 50,000 words by November 30, I suck monkey balls; however, I’m in grad school right now and at […]

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The Hustle Continues…

September 15, 2013

I admit, I haven’t been the greatest at posting blogs. I looked at my website today and was like,”Dang, I haven’t written a blog in a while. I should let everyone know what’s going on with J Willy!” The skinny: Since my last blog, I started graduate school at SJSU, working on a Masters in […]

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50 Reasons Why My Debut Novel Sold 10,000 Copies! (PT 2)

June 5, 2013

Continued from Before Launch: After Launch (pocket burning) 18. Soft launch: We built demand for SELLOUT at a gradual pace. Of course, we informed family, friends, and associates in our mailing lists, but we kicked off the soft launch in June 2010 at a book conference in Atlanta. However, the official launch was July, where […]

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50 Reasons Why My Debut Novel Sold 10,000 Copies! (PT 1)

June 4, 2013

10,000 copies sold! 10,000! Man, oh man. It has taken me a while to soak that number in. That’s 5 figures! Before starting this journey, I’d dreamed of us selling 10,000 copies of my debut novel Sellout, but for it to actually happen? Especially as an indie? Wowzers! “Proud daddy” is the best way to […]

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2012: A Year in Review

December 24, 2012

2012: A Year in Review I’m waaaay overdue on a blog. Now that I’m out of school, it’s time to get it crackin’ again! First off, let me again apologize for my website. I’d been talking about an overhaul since last summer, but I still haven’t gotten ‘er done, yet. Hopefully, the fonts and color aren’t hard […]

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It’s 2012 … And We’re Still Here????

January 8, 2012

Wait … maybe I’m too early. Isn’t the apocalypse slated for December 21st of this year, according to the Mayan calendar? I think so. But … didn’t some oddball preacher tell us to pack it up, pack it in on October 21st, 2011? Shoot, I remember people anticipating Mother Earth kicking the bucket on December […]

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Next Up: L.A. Black Book Expo!

August 15, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Los Angeles, CA, August 15, 2011 – The Pantheon Collective (TPC3), an independent publishing company comprised of authors James W. Lewis, Stephanie Casher, and Omar Luqmaan-Harris, will appear at the seventh annual L.A. Black Book Expo to showcase their books SELLOUT, WHEN LOVE ISN’T ENOUGH, and A HARD MAN IS GOOD TO FIND. […]

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