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Sunday, April 8, 2018

Atlanta - Area Bookstores Carrying Cries of Redemption

As an independently published author, it can be a challenge getting your book placed in a bookstore, especially chain bookstores like Barnes & Noble, etc. But then you find Brothers and Sisters who are willing to give a first-time author a place on their bookshelves, in their small businesses, their bookstores and Afrikan culture shops. This is truly the spirit of Marcus Garvey in us, pan-Africanism in its purest, socio-economic form. 
Black Dot Cultural Center & Bookstore

Now to tell you de truth, is not like they just take the book and throw it up on their shelf, ehn-ehn. Each one of them reviewed the book, in some way, time or form. (And I still have five more stores reviewing Cries of Redemption right now) So my writing pass over their test-bar; and when they read it and loved it, we (me and me book) get right up in these stores. I'm giving thanks for taking a chance on a Brother. If you find yourself in the Atlanta area, drop in and support them, nuh. Hand wash hand and the two together wash face clean. 
And ask your bookstores for Cries of Redemption by  Kaya Omodele.
Bless up.

Nubian Bookstore
1540 Southlake Pkwy, Ste 7A
Morrow, GA 30260
Phone: 678-422-6120

Black Dot Cultural Center & Bookstore  
6984 Main St,
Lithonia, GA 30058
Phone: (404) 519-8107

Axum Culture
1065 Ralph D Abernathy Blvd
Atlanta, GA
Phone: 470-225-7235

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