Wednesday, April 2, 2008

HOTLANTA hits bookstores nationwide...

Well, what are you waiting for? Don't walk, RUN to your nearest B&N or Borders or local black-owned bookstore and purchase a copy or two. IF it's not there, ask for it and create a demand. If you see teens lurking in the area, tell them to cop it.
If you've already made the leap and bought a copy, puh-lease do me a favor and convince someone that I DON'T know to buy a copy. It's only $8.99 online. Stop actin' like you don't know how to strong arm a ho!!!
Then after you do all of that ('cause you know black folks never when to leave well enough alone), head over to and post a comment. I want to have a least 10 comments by the end of the week to boost are ratings back up.

Check out my co-author Denene Millner doing her HOTLANTA song and dance in author Connie Briscoe's blog today:


  1. That's dope how y'all did the myspace pages for the twins- like the more laid back, "boho" twin had an open page and the prissy one had hers on private. Really creative idea.

  2. Congrats MSquared! I put the word out to the people. ;-)

  3. Congrats with the release and good luck with the book. :D

  4. You know, I wasn't sure if those were MySpace pages for the Duke Twins or if they belonged to the actual girls on the cover (stuntin' w/their Hotlanta pics). You know these chil'ren on MySpace already think they celebrities.

    I mean, the private page and grammatical errors threw me off. Way to be authentic! LOL!

  5. I am glad I stopped by here to see your post on a book wit hyour name on the cover. Tight work miss! I do remember some very many years ago being at your house and you telling me about a book but since that day I don't think I have even heard form you again.....for shame. You almost lost a paying customer! I hope you have been getting good reviews and even better sales for the new book. I will make my way over to amazon right now...i am such a suportive rattler...yeah I know yeah I know

  6. I got my copy on Amazon and have already finished the book. I loved it. Where were the black version of the Sweet Valley High Twins when I was a teenager? I love that it sets the reader up for a sequel, but I want to know what happens now. Keep up the good work, I am so proud of you.