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Jesse Sharpe
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  • Hyattsville, MD
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Jesse Sharpe left a comment for Jesse Sharpe
"Hi Victoria. All the way from Senegal I see. How are you?"
Sep 14, 2010
William R. Patterson left a comment for Jesse Sharpe
"Hi Jesse, Thank you for the invite. It is a pleasure to connect with you. With every good wish, William R. Patterson"
Feb 6, 2010
Jesse Sharpe left a comment for Jesse Sharpe
"Oronde, were you able to access it. is the link? http://www.sharpebooksonline.com/ It came right up for me. Give me a few days but I wll look at the chapter. Thanks for the props "my critical eyes" I just read and look for enjoyment.…"
Jan 17, 2010
oronde ash left a comment for Jesse Sharpe
"had trouble accessing your web page today. any issues there?"
Jan 17, 2010
oronde ash left a comment for Jesse Sharpe
"i would love to see what your critical eyes pull from the first chapter in my "17 to Life". the chapter was left on the critique corner. also visit www.youtube.com/bygincpresents for videos of the rest of the story."
Jan 17, 2010
Jesse Sharpe replied to griffstarr's discussion Hustler Tales, We all got a story... in the group The Critique Castle
"I think you have a winner. Not sure how many more shorts you have, but you are on to something. I would not mind even working with you. If you want, shoot me an email with an enail address and I will send you and except. Again, I a writer and self…"
Jan 17, 2010
Jesse Sharpe replied to Anita Diggs's discussion WORK WITH A FAMOUS EDITOR! in the group Editors/Copy Editors/ Proofreaders
"See, that's what I am talking about. Hope you two hook up. Real networking at work."
Jan 16, 2010
Jesse Sharpe replied to griffstarr's discussion Hustler Tales, We all got a story... in the group The Critique Castle
"I think, personally you have a winner. I am writing a story that is similar. Ever thought of a collaboration? Its about a brother in the street life who wants to move up. The conflict is with his woman, who is just the opposite. She is truly a…"
Jan 16, 2010
Jesse Sharpe commented on Authoress Tamika Newhouse's group African Americans on the Move Book Club
"I love this site. More people need to find it (better yet - work it)"
Jan 16, 2010
Jesse Sharpe left a comment for Zane
"My guess, you don't visit this site often. In case you there. Congrats. Stay on Course."
Jan 16, 2010
Jesse Sharpe joined Authoress Tamika Newhouse's group
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African Americans on the Move Book Club

This book clubs promotes black authors, interviews authors on our syndication radio show as well.
Jan 16, 2010
Jesse Sharpe replied to Triniti J.'s discussion Chasing Shadows: First Novel, Please read and provide feedback (Thanks for your time!) in the group The Critique Castle
"I'm not an editor, so I won't get into the details. I didn't read the story the same way as Usiku, but I think his points are valid. A lot of reading is based on the readers. I read the other comments as well, and as you can see, we…"
Jan 15, 2010
Jesse Sharpe replied to griffstarr's discussion Hustler Tales, We all got a story... in the group The Critique Castle
"griffstarr, I like the story, and I don’t read much urban fiction except when my man Book Man comes downtown (SW DC at L’Enfant Plaza really) But I am also writing an Urban adventure, so here are my thoughts Format. Shorten your…"
Jan 15, 2010
Jesse Sharpe joined Brent Mason's group
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The Critique Castle

A place to enter, if you dare, and leave all your writing behind. We don't want the whole book. Just a chapter, synopsis or a writing example. Let's help each other become better writers.
Jan 15, 2010
Jesse Sharpe added a discussion to the group Graphic Designers
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The Writing Well

I appreciate a good artists, from editing to graphic designers, when they all come together and wrap their arms around a good book, you have a million dollar seller. Now,may not make a million (LOL) but doesn;t mean its not worth one. I joined this site (and this group) because I DO love writing and am also starting a professional writing support network (The Writing Well) Anyone interested, please go to my webpage (sharpebooksonline.com) and check it out and lets go. Basically I want us as…See More
Jan 15, 2010
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Jan 15, 2010

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Hometown:
DC
Currently Reside In: (City, State, Country)
MD
I'm a . . .
Writer, Publisher
Have You "Freed Your Inner Book" Yet?
Yes
What You Need to Know About Me:
In the Ghanian language, Akwaaba means welcome.
Writing, like breathing, is a whole mind/body experience. Just as there are no two books exaclty the same, no two readers experience the exact same sensations, thoughts, remembrances, and come to the same interpretations. My books represent a total mind, body, mood, and state of time experience. Check out my website sharpebooksonline.com and sign my guest book. Oh, you can purchase them too, to better enjoy the "now" experience. (SMILE)

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At 11:20am on February 6, 2010, William R. Patterson said…
Hi Jesse,

Thank you for the invite. It is a pleasure to connect with you.

With every good wish,
William R. Patterson
At 6:00pm on January 17, 2010, Jesse Sharpe said…
Oronde, were you able to access it. is the link? http://www.sharpebooksonline.com/
It came right up for me.

Give me a few days but I wll look at the chapter. Thanks for the props "my critical eyes" I just read and look for enjoyment. I'll be posting my shortly, but don;t mind spending a few minutes suppporting others. Let me know if u still have trouble getting to the website. I haven't seen any new people on the guestbook but the page has been hit quite a bit.
At 2:34pm on January 17, 2010, oronde ash said…
had trouble accessing your web page today. any issues there?
At 2:31pm on January 17, 2010, oronde ash said…
i would love to see what your critical eyes pull from the first chapter in my "17 to Life". the chapter was left on the critique corner. also visit www.youtube.com/bygincpresents for videos of the rest of the story.
 
 
 

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