Black Authors : October News For Self-publishers

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  1. Delores

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    We here at Marguerite Press, would like to extend our heartfelt
    sympathies to the victims and their families, of the September
    attack! We believe that The Lord does still hear and answer prayer.
    This is a short edition this month, with pieces of inspiration from
    our resident poet, Monique Fox.

    Inside this edition:
    Poems:
    by Monique Fox
    Announcements:
    Favorite links:
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    VIOLENCE TO THE BLOOD
    ~By Monique Nicole Fox~

    Any person that doeth violence to another person; the culprit
    shall flee to the fiery pit
    shall fell the wrath that God will remit
    Whenever there is a terrorist attack, a fatal hit

    So much hatred, anger, and violence terrorist did submit
    On American soil, on a trade and financial outfit
    That damned the soul of the offender with no spiritual benefit
    For their hearts aren't pure, of God but counterfeit


    ~Proverbs 28:1~
    A man that doeth violence to the blood of any person shall flee to
    the pit; let no man stay him.

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    DO NO VIOLENCE!!!
    ~By Monique Nicole Fox~

    Do no violence to man, woman or child
    And shed no innocent blood anywhere or any place
    Like the Sept 11 terrorist attacks in NY aerospace
    Where the World Trade Center was destroyed
    And lives tragically taken, unjustly erased
    What a disgrace!

    Do no violence to man, woman or child
    And shed no innocent blood anywhere or any place
    Instead open your arms to a peace, love, and unity embrace


    ~Jeremiah 22:3~
    Thus saith the LORD; Execute ye judgment and righteousness, and
    deliver the spoiled out of the hand of the oppressor: and do no
    wrong, do no violence to the stranger, the fatherless, nor the widow,
    neither shed innocent blood in this place.

    ~Ezekiel 45:9~
    .......remove violence and spoil, and execute judgment and justice,
    take away your exactions from my people, saith the Lord GOD.
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    Marguerite Press would like to announce that they, along with the
    Touba Cafe, are sponsoring a Fall Writers Workshop in Indianapolis.
    This event, free and open to the public, features Delores Thornton.
    Saturday, October 13, 2001 From 2-4 PM
    Touba Café
    287 W. 40th Street (40th & Boulevard)


    This session will include; making character sketches, working on
    drafts, and marketing your finished product. Indianapolis native and
    lifelong resident, Delores Thornton, has two novels in print (Ida Mae
    and Babe). She is also a syndicated columnist on the Internet, with a
    self-publishing column, titled How To Self-publish That Great Novel
    Without Going Nuts! It can be found at:
    www.destee.com/forums
    www.authorsden.com/deloresthornton
    www.doenetwork.com/shewrote

    In addition, Delores has written articles for the Indianapolis
    Recorder and The Indiana Herald newspapers. Find out more about her
    at the Marguerite Press website http://margueritepress.8m.com. AND…
    she is also the Founder of a revolutionary marketing organization
    called African-American Authors Helping Authors (AA-AHA) located at
    <www.aa-aha.org>.

    Get that novel into the hands of your readers! This event is free and
    open to the public. But plan to arrive early! Delores will also sign
    copies of her novels, Ida Mae and Babe. Don't Miss This Opportunity!

    Contact Delores at [email protected].


    In other news, Marguerite Press informs us that Delores Thornton will
    be a co moderator on the new RAWSISTAZ Message Board. Go to
    http://pub66.ezboard.com/brawsistaz.

    AND...you already know about the SPA! See ya in Queens, NY, next
    year. May, 3, 2002. The First Annual Self-Published Awards, go the
    the website of African American Authors Helping Authors--www.aa-
    aha.org.
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    Favorite links:
    www.destee.com/forums
    www.authorsden.com/deloresthornton
    www.rawsistaz.com
    http://margueritepress.8m.com
    www.authorsontour.com
    www.aa-aha.org
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    See you next month!
     
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