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  • By Ernest Porter
    Aug 7, 2010
    Dear Reader, It was a magical journey penning "Aaron's Birthday". Taking the point of view of a successful, African American woman attempting to come to terms with her ticking biological clock and her deep-rooted desire to also have a husband and family. It has helped me, as an African American male, who is both single and still looking, to realize that it is never, ever too late to make ones dreams come true. That ones career goals and the need to be loved, need not necessarily be mutually exclusive. That there are almost always new, exciting experiences just ahead. New heights to soar to! Goals to achieve! New dreams! In deference to "Aaron's Birthday," I took a day off from a hectic schedule of writing to go to Tower City in downtown Cleveland, Ohio to see 'Karate Kid'. As one who pens romance novels as well as screenwrites, I almost always find myself learning something new from having gone to the movies. In this instance, and germane to my goal of completing... More > "Aaron's Birthday Surprise," my companion novel to "Aaron's Birthday"; and other books I have planned to write in the future, I learned that it is never too early or too late in life to seize a pivotal moment. That when knocked down, it is critical to get back up, no matter what! To lift up ones head and try again. This contemporaneous African American romance novel is in important ways a celebration of how far we, African Americans, as a people, have come in this country to being full citizens in The American Dream. It is also a recognition of how far we still have to go. Of the need, in particular, for some African American men to take charge of their personal affairs, and own up to their familial obligations. I hope you, the reader, enjoys Tameka Eva Mae Adams' journey, be you male or female, to make her dreams come true. Watch as Tameka and Damon start from a significant physical attraction, and with Damon's four-year-old son, Aaron Obama Walker's spirited embrace of the future, evolve to an African American family bursting with happiness and hope. Happy reading, LeBrón Lovingood< Less
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Ernest Porter
January 10, 2011
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.03 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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