Quiana is a Philadelphia native and mother of two with a passion for writing. She published her first novel, Fallen, January 2012 touching readers from all over the globe. Her next Release, Uptown's Princess, was released August 2012, and she plans to release Uptown's Princess 2: House of Queens by the end of this year.
With the success she has seen in her first year of publishing, Quiana has no plans to call it quits anytime soon. Gracing the Amazon Bestsellers List for both of her novels, a feature spot in The Source Magazine along with an interview on TheSource.com, and with a growing fan base from all over the globe, she is someone to pay attention to. With every tale she brings to you a small piece of her life with a fictional wrapping. Join Quiana's reading group on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/Princessreadtoo/
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Many have called Treasure E. Blue the reincarnated Donald Goines. This prolific author without doubt is one of the most shocking and controversial writers that we have seen in decades. Blue's background is as almost as compelling as his mouth-dropping debut novel entitled "Harlem Girl Lost". Using the streets as a means of survival, he soon found himself involved with some of Harlem's most notorious elements. Retiring from the game at the tender age of sixteen, Blue, who dropped out of High School after being banned from the entire Board of Education system, in New York City, managed to become one of the youngest people to receive his G.E.D. in New York State. Joining the military at seventeen, he developed a voracious appetite for books going on to read well over 2000 novels. After serving his country honorably, he joined the New York City Fire Department and worked as a Supervising Fire Inspector in the Bronx. Blue is a father of 4 and won praise for his screenwriting skills. He is also an active member of the American Studies Association. Blue has an uncanny way of not only telling a story, he makes you feel it emotionally as well.
Ruthe McDonald is a freelance writer, journalist, author, editor, Minister, Biblical studies teacher, and counselor. Residing in Pennsylvania with her family, she is actively involved as a Board Member for a Non-Profit that builds and rehabs affordable housing for low income and moderate income families. Ms. McDonald enjoys promoting activities that help to aid those in her community; especially teens. She is currently editor at BellaOnline.com, for it's African American Culture site. Ruthe hosts a Sunday Blog: Reflections, at www.reflections4life.gather.com