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Recent Reviews for Lonz Cook

When Love Evolves by Lonz Cook (Book) - 7/12/2011 8:26:47 AM
I have started reading and have not put the book down. Totally enjoying the provoking, but yet passionate story!

Here We Go Again - Race Plays A Deciding Factor (Article) - 5/29/2012 8:36:33 PM
Lonz, not standing up for anyone because I wasn't there and I do not know the store, although the Public Relation Manager could stand a number of lessons in human relations, book stores as grocery stores have so much shelf space and what they do not think will sell does not find the shelf space. Were you looking for a book reading? Did you ask for time to present your book, or did you just hope that they'd make room for your book? When you say, "Public Relations Manager" this kind of says that it's a chain of stores and, as book stores are closing left and right, the word could have come down from up high someplace to place only "sure things". As one that's been trying to get someplace with my writing for twenty-six years I do feel bad for you. But, truly, outside of the guy's choice of thoughtless words, color may not have had anything to do with it and, space-wise, he really couldn't place your book. Mark Lichterman

Here We Go Again - Race Plays A Deciding Factor (Article) - 5/29/2012 4:33:42 PM
I pray for the day when no one has to put on an application a race designation, It would also be nice if (unless the job requires it, no gender is mentioned either. I would not mind going to a play in a theater where the actors are chosen for their ability to play the role and not their color or their 'look' is what made the choice. Now I realize you could not have a play about a cultural or racial event or idea without choosing by color, or look. It just seems to me that too many persons are prejudged by these perameters. I realize I am of the white population, however I have grandchildren that are of mixed heritage and have hope they are not prejudged, nor put into a stereotyped role.

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