Monthly Archives: October 2013

Keep Your Hands to Yourself…Unless You’re Making Love (My Review of “Have You Seen Her” by Chicki Brown)

“I use Grammarly for proofreading because typos are worse than gremlins.” In the spirit of October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, I wanted to talk about a serious issue as well as give a review of a book that courageously deals with … Continue reading

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James Fant is Named OOSA’s All Things Literary Male Author of the Year

I am honored to be named OOSA’s All Things Literary Male Author of the Year. I thank God for directing my path to a fulfilling career that allows me to make people smile. I thank my wife, Felicia, for being … Continue reading

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Home for the Homeless (my review of Toni Morrison’s “HOME”)

Where is home? And how do you find it without knowing what it looks like? For a man named Frank Money, finding home was a journey to a distant country, a place where he was hated and hunted, a return … Continue reading

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