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The Book of Awesome Black Americans
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If you enjoyed books such inspirational books about groundbreaking individuals in 100 African-Americans Who Shaped American History, Bedtime Inspirational Stories, or Becca Anderson's The Book of Awesome Women, then The Book of Awesome Black Americans should be your next read! The Book of Awesome Black Americans is part of Mango Publishing's "Book of Awesome" series, based the bestselling The Book of Awesome Woman (which has already sold over 11,000 copies) by author Becca Anderson. Monique L. Jones's book turn's it's awesome eye on the hidden histories of Black Americans who influenced art, commerce, the beauty industry and invented and innovated. tools, gadgets, and technologies still in use today. Monique L. Jones is a freelance entertainment and pop culture writer, media critic, journalist and blogger. She has published widely in blogs, newspapers, and magazines such as ShockYa, TV Equals, Racialicious, Black Girl Nerds, The Nerds of Color, Tor, Ebony, Entertainment Weekly, SlashFilm, The Birmingham Times and The Miami New Times. She also writes about pop culture and media as it relates to race, culture, and representation at JUST ADD COLOR (colorwebmag.com). She plans to use her media contacts and social media channels to generate interest during the pre-order phase of the book. Awaiting endorsements from Mimi Wong, Editor-in-chief of The Offing; Li Lai, founder and editor-in-chief of Mediadiversity Reviews; Joi Childs, entertainment journalist for The Hollywood Reporter, Polygon, and Bustle; and Jennifer Maritza McCauley, author of Scar On/Scar Off, fiction editor for Pleiades and poetry editor for The Missouri Review.

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Monique L. Jones is an entertainment and pop culture writer, media critic, and TV/Film reviewer. Jones has written for ShockYa, TV Equals, Racialicious, Black Girl Nerds, The Nerds of Color, Tor, Ebony, Entertainment Weekly, SlashFilm, The Birmingham Times and The Miami New Times. She also writes about pop culture and media as it relates to race, culture, and representation at JUST ADD COLOR (colorwebmag.com).

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