I’ve not posted a link to a podcast before, not sure how this will work. But! I’ve found a nice interview with L. Divine about her new Drama High Series and I wanted to share it here! The link takes you directly to the podcast from Authors In Your Pocket.
The Kids at Latimar High Author: Deborah Copeland August, 2006, iUniverse Inc. FROM THE PUBLISHER: Going to Lewis Latimar High used to be easy for Lauren O’ Neil. As long as she stayed on the honor role, got the juiciest stories for the school paper, and made sure her silky thick flip reigned amongst all… Read More Another New Series!
Freshman Focus, a new series by Carla Sarratt, introduces us to Kendra, Lamar, Destiny and Steven who are freshmen at Carter G. Woodson High School in Charlotte, NC. The series is about these four freshment learning about themselves, each other, conflict and leadership. The first book was published in December, 2008 by Outskirts Press. The… Read More A New Series for African American Teens
Ride wit’ me by Katina King 2006 Young Diamond Books main character: Mercedes Clinton Mercedes is home from boarding school for the summer. She’s greeting with a surprise 16th birthday party, a surprise gift just for this daddy’s girl and she soon meet’s the young man she wants to ride wit’ for the summer, if… Read More review: Ride Wit’ Me
“Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry, 1891–1922” has received this year’s Grammy award for Best Historical Album. Tim Brooks, David Giovannoni, Meagan Hennessey, and Richard Martin are the producers and authors of this critically-acclaimed CD from Archeophone Records . Based on Tim Brooks’ award-winning book of the same name (University… Read More Lost Sounds wins Grammy