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  • The Underground Lit speaks to Shimeka McFadden

    Jan 4, 12 • 6191 Views • Uncategorized2 Comments

                When Shimeka McFadden sat down to write “Skeletons,” she was not aiming to tell a story about your average secrets. The three women we meet in this story could tell a whole book alone on each of their set of lies. Not only has she

  • The Underground Lit speaks with John F. Allen

    Dec 1, 11 • 5917 Views • Uncategorized1 Comment

    Today’s society is all about instant gratification. Facebook and Twitter’s popularity is at an all-time high and both have become very important tools for self-published authors who may not have the financial means to drop a lot of money on promotion.

  • The Underground Lit with Cashelle interviews Catina Sinches

    Nov 1, 11 • 5800 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    It takes a real confident woman to rock curves and Catina Sinches knows all about it. “Full-Figure Monologues” is “for every curvy woman called anything but beautiful.” It zooms in on real life issues that full-figured women go through from childhood

  • The Lit Ungeround with Cashelle

    Sep 27, 11 • 6036 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    If you are tired of reading about vampires, it’s only because you haven’t picked up Aleron yet. Author Kane’s dedication to research and a love for the “old school” vampire has collided in the fiction horror, Aleron, the tale of a powerful fledging

  • Become a Certified Book Reviewer

    Jan 6, 11 • 5787 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    Become a Certified Book Reviewer The AAMBC main office receives submissions from authors on a weekly bases inquiring for an AAMBC book review. Book reviews on a novel are crucial because they help promote the author’s novels. The AAMBC Book Review Team is

  • How is AAMBC an Online Book Club?

    Jan 5, 11 • 5568 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    So many of you ask that question and I wanted to clarify it and make this book club blossom even more. What started in 2008 is now one of the most recognizable groups in the African American Literary society. So ask yourself how I can be more involved. We