Nationwide — African Americans have long been big supporters of motivational books. Along with fiction novels, motivational books make up a huge percentage of books bought by African American readers. To name just a few, T.D. Jakes, Les Brown, Iyanla Vanzant, Dennis Kimbro, and Lisa Nichols have all had major success with their inspirational books.
Here they are:
#1 – Never, Never, Never Give Up (The African American Guide to Achieving Any Goal and Conquering Any Challenge — 70 Proven Tips) – a motivational guide with 70 proven tips to keep you on track so that you can continue to strive to achieve your dream despite any setback, any failure, any distraction, and any mistake.
#2 – Top 365 Inspiring Quotes From Black Millionaires and Billionaires (The Best Quotes From Bob Johnson, Oprah Winfrey, Daymond John, Russell Simmons, Tyler Perry, and more!) – the first publication ever that features famous and inspiring business quotes solely from African American millionaires and billionaires. Along with their priceless advice and wisdom, they also share valuable life lessons that every aspiring and existing entrepreneur can benefit from!
#3 – A Mother’s Love: 365 Inspirational Quotes For Mothers and Their Daughters (Amazing Quotes and Life Lessons From Maya Angelou, Michelle Obama, Jada Pinkett, Oprah Winfrey, and more!) – features 365 of the best inspirational and motivational quotes from incredible African American women, known for their contributions to the world via poetry, theater, public speaking, television, and civil rights.
#4 –Real Talk at the Barbershop (101 Motivational Lessons For African American Men and Boys) – In the setting of an African American barbershop, this ebook features 101 amazing motivational lessons and techniques for both African American men and boys on how to be more successful in life.
#5 – Real Talk at the Hair Salon (101 Motivational Lessons For African American Women and Girls) – In the setting of an African Ameriacan hair salon, this ebook features 101 amazing motivational lessons and techniques for both African American women and girls on how to be more successful in life.
Based in Columbus, Ohio, UrbanEbooks.com was founded in 2016 by award-winning entrepreneur Dante Lee. After launching, the company released 22 new books in their first six weeks! Their published books cover various topics from relationship advice, motivational advice, health advice, funding information for women, a scholarship directory for Black students, and even several directories with Black women-owned businesses.
Lee, who is 34-years old and best known as the founder of BlackNews.com and BlackPR.com, comments, “The term ‘urban ebooks’ means different things to different people, and it is actually one of the fastest growing categories in the publishing industry. However, our urban ebooks are a bit different; They are 100% educational and empowering. We have decided to only create and publish books that are useful resources to our readers. We do not publish any urban fiction or street fiction titles!”
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