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Brian Jewell
10:59 AM (2 hours ago)
Greetings. Hope you've been doing well. You put out so much material that it's hard to keep up sometimes. I as saving one of your books that you sent me for the holidays. I was sad to learn of Broke-Ass Rasheed becoming Dead-Ass Rasheed in Christmas Eve, but did find the book quite entertaining.
I apologize for not keeping in touch better, but I've been pretty busy with work- and work-related classes. If you read my latest blog (which I've attached to this email) you'll see that I got promoted at work. This means I'm now a glorified babysitter of grown ass people.
Finally, I believe you were the one who gave me Harlen Ellison's, The Beast That Shouted Love At The Heart of the World. Correct me if I'm wrong on that, but I do believe it was one of the books you gave to me when I last saw you (which I hope will be again soon). Just wanted to say thank you again on how much I appreciate that. I saw a documentary on Amazon Prime called, Harlan Ellison: Dreams With Sharp Teeth. I've since been trying to find anything by Harlan Ellison that I can. It's not easy. Especially early original copies.
TTYS-
Brian

Brian, thanks for sending in your latest link and congrats on getting drawn further up into the guts of Leviathan and still writing.
Artist Joseph Belloffatto, who met Ellison, gave me that book and I needed to pass it on to someone it would matter to. I am really looking forward to seeing you write some fiction—base it in the workplace and it will spark.
Also, thank you for reminding that I once wrote a Christmas book, which I had neglected to shamelessly promote, until now.

A White Christmas: Two Tales of Ghetto Cheer Paperback – December 27, 2016
In two weird urban tales, the author of a Hoodrat Halloween, Skulker Jones and Hurt Stoker continues as the only authentic storyteller for a masculine tradition which no literary faction wishes to know the truth about. In Trinity, the three sons of Trinity Baxter are sent out by their mother to rob some white people in order to finance her Christmas feast, even as the supernatural specter of a gang of Caucasian rats haunts their every defiant step. In The Song of Broke-Ass Rasheed, the wheelchair-bound elder statesman of a liquor store front mourns the death of the crew he had previously served as mentor and at the same time is called upon to advise the young hoppers who mean to step-up and take their place as gangbangers in their own right.
and do not forget to purchase:
Barack Obama's new memoir
Listen to the highly anticipated memoir, "A Promised Land".
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