Author, Blog-Publisher & Hip-Hop Artist, Zangba Thomson Explains ‘Three Black Boys’

Thomson wears multiple writing hats with ease and grace, taking joy in everything he does. Regardless of how technical and tedious a task might be, Thomson finds positivity and creativity in it and forges a path for aspiring writers who will come after him. Continue reading Author, Blog-Publisher & Hip-Hop Artist, Zangba Thomson Explains ‘Three Black Boys’

ʻWhen Love Is Not Enoughʻ By Pleshette Adkins

Book Review: “Past Due”
Author: Pleshette Adkins

“When Love is…Not Enough”

By Aaris A. Schroeder
Editor-In-Chief of UBO MAG

This is a book that was sent to me from the author to review at UBO MAG. Pleshette Adkins is an author who lives in and has an educational background in Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management. Her favorite saying is, “If you can dream it and speak it then you can achieve it.

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This story is about a woman who gets married to her high school sweetheart after being amiss for over 20 years. This book talks about the struggles of living in an abusive relationship and how her main character, Michelle Marie is able to regain the strength and power within herself to get back to who she really was and not live in the past or with the abuse any longer.

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Your Top 10 A.K.A. #YourNameX10 A Call Out To Bloggers By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief #X10 Contest Created By Kim Possible Staff Writer/Blogger/Creative Manager UBO MAG wants your participation. We are looking for your favorite Top-10’s. These lists need to be relevant to UBO MAG’s demographics and subject matter. If you are already familiar with our little e-zine, then it will be simple to throw … Continue reading Submit Your Top 10 A.K.A.: #YourNameX10

Stick your head in Zombienose: Book Reviews on “Collision Course Goad” and “Brooding Dead Hearts”

By Marie Carmeli Hocson Staff Writer Wear your shadows on your sleeve, shut the shades and make yourself a nice cup of hot toddy and cuddle up to the stories by Zombienose.  The rhyming picture books are not intended for children but for adults who enjoy the sharp, acidic and mordacious patterns of life. “Collision Course Goad” and “Brooding Dead Hearts” both contain the black … Continue reading Stick your head in Zombienose: Book Reviews on “Collision Course Goad” and “Brooding Dead Hearts”