New Book: "Black Men Vs. White Men - The Black Woman's Choice"
-- Addresses why so many "black" men and women tend to be at tremendous odds with one another in their relationships. --
San Francisco, CA (September 29, 2011) -- CRJ Publishing announces the release of their latest literary offering, black men vs. White Men - the Black Woman's Choice, by authors Cicely Johnson and Marlon Green. The book is an enthralling look at a story about cheating, losing a lovers trust, and discovering back stabbing friends.
Joan Adrienne Sturgis, editor, comments, "The book is a no-holds barred reading... certain to create a firestorm of controversy for its critical and razor-sharp assessment of the unraveling of romantic relationships in Black America... a "must-read" that will, undoubtedly, anger those who just might see their own reflections in the authors' mirror..."
To understand many of the various reasons why so many "black" men and women tend to be at remarkable odds with one another in their relationships, one merely needs to read black men vs. White Men - the Black Woman's Choice. It is a viewpoint from both sides of the coin that needs to be examined.
Johnson, comments, "This book is about real life situations that are plaguing the African American communities. I am far from alone when I say there are close to no single, eligible black men for our successful Nubian sisters today. More and more black women are falling for their Mr. Right in the form of blonde hair and blue eyes because Darnell, DaQuan, Tyrone, and Omar are not equipped to meet her halfway. And if by chance she meets an eligible black man who is educated and on her level chances are he is interested in white women, does not want to commit, or is on the DL."
She continues, "These are the situations that black women are facing on a day to day basis. More and more women are opting to have children out of wedlock and rear their offspring alone because there are no available men out there who are willing to make families anymore. The numbers are astronomical. The fact still remains that more and more black men are getting arrested than getting degrees. This further slims down the pickings for black women."
"Multiple 'baby mamas' and unmet responsibilities - women want to feel special, not part of a harem. The African American race is slowly dwindling away as women are forced to date, court, marry, and procreate w/ non black men. There will soon be no more African American but an entire new race of mixed breeds because other than jail, a basketball court, or a hotel room, black men are nowhere to be found," she says.
"Why are there no good black men? Explore the top 10 answers from this black woman's point of view in black men vs. White Men - the Black Woman's Choice."
About Cicely Johnson
Cicely Johnson (Cicely J) was born and raised in Vallejo, California. She is a published author currently on tour with her debut non-fiction work black men vs. White Men; the Black Woman's Choice. Known for her straight forward approach to some of the most controversial topics Cicely has been dubbed Miss Politically Incorrect amongst her literary peers. An award winning writer, Cicely has expanded her publishing company CRJ Publishing, LLC from the San Francisco Bay Area to Atlanta, GA and Los Angeles; where she maintains satellite offices.
She is the instructor and founder of "Writer's Block", a non-profit organization which is a boot camp and training for up & coming authors. Cicely is an awesome public speaker, an accomplished singer, a former model, an actress, and she hosts her own Blog Talk TV show, Blog Out Loud! w/ Cicely J.
Cicely has her BA in Legal Studies and is an ABA Certified Paralegal with over 10 years of experience in the legal field. She is also the Executive Writer for Glam Couture Magazine and a contributing writer for Alive Magazine.
She is currently working on her follow-up book projects for the book tour. Keep your eyes and ears open for more CRJ Publishing works coming to a book store near you.
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