My satirical memoir is available!

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  • Announcing my satirical memoir

  • A lesson in marketing and creative fulfillment

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Hey there boys and girls,

I’m excited to announce my satirical memoir “Dungeons ‘n’ Durags” is now available! This is the culmination of nearly two years of work. It’s a fun, funny, and poignant look at race relations, politics, and faith in America.

(Concept cover art designs by Ed Bell)

If you’ve ever felt like you didn’t fit in, this is a story you will relate to. And regardless of your political leaning, I think if you plow through the book to the end, you will find that it’s an honest look at multiple sides of various discussions happening in the country today. I make a fair amount of critiques outwardly as well as inward. If you have a sense of humor and thick skin, I think you’ll find it fun and refreshing. (Some of you may need thicker skin than others, depending on who you plan to vote for in November. LOL! ~ I promise to limit my use of “LOL” to no more than once or twice a quarter, if even that!)

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A Lesson in Marketing and Creative Fulfillment

Every new author longs for the day they sign a literary agent. Part of the process of finding one is sending out book proposals and sample chapters. As funny and engaging as I think the book is, there’s a key aspect to it that doesn’t kick in until chapter 8. However, most lit agents only want the first 1-3 chapters as a sample to see if they’re interested. Learn about how I decided to handle this quandary in a manner that also happened to be creatively fulfilling.

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That’s all for now. Before I go, here are a few recent pieces I think you’ll like:

Until next time,
Stay safe, and stay inspired!
Ron