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Blackfunk II: No Regrets No Apologies
     

Blackfunk II: No Regrets No Apologies

by michael presley
 
Blackfunk II No Regrets/No Apologies (BFII) picks up where Blackfunk, Mr Presley's first novel left off. BF II will take you from the courtroom to the bedroom as the lives of the characters becomes unraveled before your very eyes. It is as raw and provocative as the original novel with a lot more passion and a stunning ending. Before you pick up Blackfunk II make sure

Overview

Blackfunk II No Regrets/No Apologies (BFII) picks up where Blackfunk, Mr Presley's first novel left off. BF II will take you from the courtroom to the bedroom as the lives of the characters becomes unraveled before your very eyes. It is as raw and provocative as the original novel with a lot more passion and a stunning ending. Before you pick up Blackfunk II make sure you are prepared to go all the way.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016633466
Publisher:
blackfunk publishing
Publication date:
05/09/2002
Series:
blackfunk , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
259
Sales rank:
858,644
File size:
232 KB

Meet the Author

Getting to know Michael Presley Grimes

Michael Presley made a name for himself in 2001 with his first self-published novel called BLACKFUNK. Blackfunk was not only a phenomenal success; it spun two other novels Blackfunk II, No Regrets No Apologies and Blackfunk III, Whatever it Takes. The Blackfunk Trilogy has sold over two hundred thousand copies and they continue to be highly requested by readers. Mr. Presley has also published two short stories.

Mr. Presley’s latest book, Tears on A Sunday Afternoon, published by Strebor Books, a division of Simon and Shuster has also hit the market running with its initial print run out of stock within weeks. Michael Presley has been a guest on numerous radio stations including WLIB and the Wendy Williams show on WBLS. He has also been featured in Black Issues book Review. His books have been reviewed in the following magazines Black Women, Heart and Soul and Smooth magazine and also the Caribbean Life newspaper.

Mr. Presley was born in the beautiful island of Grenada, then migrated to Brooklyn, New York. He attended Wingate High School and went on to Stony Brook University where he received a B.A. in English with a concentration in creative writing. He combines his passion for writing with his present position as a coordinator for special programs at New York City College of Technology. It is a program that prepares high school students for post secondary education.

He is currently working on two novels, The Last Black Man and Die to Live.

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