Category: Book Reviews

Meta Commerse Reading and Booksigning

The Mending Time is an inter-generational, layered story of overcoming cycles and effects of violence and separation in the legacy of slavery. For three generations, the Read more »

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Sunni & Her Hip Hop Bunny

Sunni & Her Hip Hop Bunny is a children’s book series that merges Arts (Hip Hop) with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to create Read more »

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Page & Screen – April 2015

The Human Crossroads: Where the Past, Politics, and the Personal Meet reviews by Sharon L. Shervington Whether in lectures, magazine articles, or online content, Henry Read more »

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The Mending Time

Review by Theodore Richards The Mending Time, the wonderful debut novel from Meta Commerse, is fundamentally about the healing process. Like any good novel, it Read more »

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Book Bag – March 2015

Women’s Stories of Re-invention and Revolt from Around the World reviews by Sharon L. Shervington Women’s History Month is a time to tell women’s stories, Read more »

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“Zak and Niki,” By Regional Writer Cynthia Yancey

A first look at rising above racism. Zak and Niki: A first look at rising above racism is a children’s picture book that tells the Read more »

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Page & Screen – January 2015

Collective Effort: Great Shows, Fine Books, and Food Underline Fruits of Collaboration reviews by Sharon L. Shervington Boardwalk Empire closes out a lengthy run with Read more »

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In a Golden Year for Book and TV Content, Some Real Gems

reviews by Sharon L. Shervington – The Honorable Woman is a story of big business, family, and international espionage, set primarily in London, Israel, and Read more »

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Pull Up a Screen: Page & Screen November 2014

Some Real Gems in a Golden Year for Book & TV Content By Sharon Shervington The Honorable Woman is a story of big business, family Read more »

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The Truth About Racism

As the son of a black African father and white English mother, Dr. Philip Asante personally knows the emotions and injustice of racism. In his Read more »

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