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A Reader’s Guide: A Black Woman Did That

  A Black Woman Did That, my book about women who have broken barriers, raised the bar in business, art, politics, activism, and leadership to celebrate the brilliance of Black women and inspire all of us to do the great things and solve the big problems we imagine. I’ve been gratified by the response to […]

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Literary Life in a Pandemic

A Word from the Publisher  Six years ago, I was laid off from a job that came with a six-figure salary, 401K, bonuses, health insurance—all of the things my father told me to I needed. What I liked best about the gig is that has allowed me to work in my chosen field, book publishing […]

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What About Us? A Letter from America’s Children by Ron Harris

  Ron Harris is a journalist, adjunct professor at Howard University and co-author with Matt Horace, law enforcement and security contributor to CNN and the Wall Street Journal of   The Black and The Blue, A Cop Reveals Crimes, Racism and Injustice in America’s Law Enforcement (Hachette Books) on sale August 2018.     Dear U.S. Media, […]

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ALT Launches with Peter Kimani’s A Kiss in the Dark

The most important deal a business person will ever close is her first no matter whether you’re a shopkeeper, a restaurant, or in the business of publishing, book and author development such as me. My firm is called Adero’s Literary Tribe/ALT, launched this Summer. Our first accomplishment is a publication deal for Peter Kimani, a […]

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