‘Life Is Pretty Jelly’ with David Parsons III

“Starting over is not always easy, however for Kauai-island based singer-songwriter David Parsons III, it was detrimental to his health and in turn, he was able to start anew, open up his own home studio DEPIII Music Group & Studios and in-turn to produce and release ‘island-style’ music to help relieve his soul.” — By Aaris A. Schroeder | UBOMAG Editor-In-Chief Continue reading ‘Life Is Pretty Jelly’ with David Parsons III

Lil MC Knows Something About ‘PunisHER’ as the Second Volume Arrives Halloween 2020

Bay Area-based emcee Lil MC knows how to get the crowds moving as her fans know throughout the Bay and with her new album, “PunishHER, Volume II,” her fans are up in arms to get a copy of this highly anticipated E.P., available now on most online music platform stores. Continue reading Lil MC Knows Something About ‘PunisHER’ as the Second Volume Arrives Halloween 2020

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’

Toni Morrison: A ʻBelovedʻ Author Has Left Her Legacy through ʻThe Pieces I Amʻ

She redefined how to write modern American literature and as a writer myself, it was extremely intriguing and I continued to read more books by Toni Morrison. She was no doubt my favorite writer in high school and was someone that I looked to for inspiration and creativity, passion and strength as a woman when it came to writing. Continue reading Toni Morrison: A ʻBelovedʻ Author Has Left Her Legacy through ʻThe Pieces I Amʻ

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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Harriet Tubman on our Currency: Honor or Disgrace?

Harriet Tubman on our Currency: Honor or Disgrace? By D.B. Stearns Contributing Writer Author of Harmonic Wars I read a fantastic article at “The Free Thought Project” concerning loosing Andrew Jackson for Ms. Harriet Tubman’s face on $20 bills. It said, “Harriet Tubman deserves all the praise society can give to her and we are certainly not claiming that she isn’t worthy of the predilection … Continue reading Harriet Tubman on our Currency: Honor or Disgrace?

Author Ray Bradbury Leaves This World

By Aaris A. Schroeder June 6, 2012 If you have never heard of Ray Bradbury, one of the world’s most beloved writers, you are living on another planet.  Moving to Los Angeles, CA from Waukegan, Ill in 1934 with his family, Bradbury quickly pursued a career as a writer, at the tender age of 11-years-old. He wrote 30 books and 60 short stories throughout his … Continue reading Author Ray Bradbury Leaves This World