Can You Feel What I'm Saying?: An Erotic Anthology

# Read * Can You Feel What Im Saying?: An Erotic Anthology by James Earl Hardy ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Can You Feel What Im Saying?: An Erotic Anthology The first short story collection from James Earl Hardy, the acclaimed author of the best-selling B-Boy Blues series! Whether its the maintenance man making a much needed house call (Booty, By Jake), a 40-year-old born again virgin falling in lust with his 20-year-old former student (How Stanley Got His Back in Groove), a porn star trying to stay aroused—and awake—while filming his final movie (The Last Picture. Show.), or a blind man proving that sight isnt a prerequisite f

Can You Feel What I'm Saying?: An Erotic Anthology

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Rating : 4.27 (860 Votes)
Asin : 0967832829
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 176 Pages
Publish Date : 2018-01-12
Language : English

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I'm not feeling this at all! Richard C. Jones I have professionally reviewed books for many years, and I've come across some really terrible tomes, as well as some really terrible ones. James Earl Hardy's newest book, a collection of erotic stories, falls somewhere in the middle, probably closer to one than the other. I've reviewed his books since the publication of B-Boy Blues, which I thought was refreshing, the dialogue crackled (although I could have done without the grocery lists he's become synonymous with in all of his titles I believe), and there was some character. Zee Jai said I feel it, and I don't like it. James Earl Hardy, who made a career out of writing multiple versions of his debut novel (with ever diminishing returns - even his die-hard fans, whose usual diet must consist of daytime soaps and Twinkies, felt cheated by the wafer-thin latter books in the B-Boy Blues series), is back.No one expects high literature from Hardy - James Baldwin he ain't (he's not even a patch on E. Lynn Harris, which is saying something) - but this shoddy compilation is a particularly poor effort.Some of the stories are already available elsewhere. Joey said Pure drivel. I don't understand how James Earl Hardy's "work" keeps getting published. As other reviewers have pointed out, B-Boy Blues was something different from the norm, but that was, what, "Pure drivel" according to Joey. I don't understand how James Earl Hardy's "work" keeps getting published. As other reviewers have pointed out, B-Boy Blues was something different from the norm, but that was, what, 20 years ago? Everyone's moved on, except for Hardy it seems.Hardy's preachy, negative style is just one stereotype after the next. I was embarrassed for him reading this. What a sad place it must be inside his head! It's the 21st century, get some new material, and not more lists of things to boost the word count.Has Hardy had any kind of training . 0 years ago? Everyone's moved on, except for Hardy it seems.Hardy's preachy, negative style is just one stereotype after the next. I was embarrassed for him reading this. What a sad place it must be inside his head! It's the "Pure drivel" according to Joey. I don't understand how James Earl Hardy's "work" keeps getting published. As other reviewers have pointed out, B-Boy Blues was something different from the norm, but that was, what, 20 years ago? Everyone's moved on, except for Hardy it seems.Hardy's preachy, negative style is just one stereotype after the next. I was embarrassed for him reading this. What a sad place it must be inside his head! It's the 21st century, get some new material, and not more lists of things to boost the word count.Has Hardy had any kind of training . 1st century, get some new material, and not more lists of things to boost the word count.Has Hardy had any kind of training

Hardy has also penned biographies on filmmaker Spike Lee and pop music group Boyz II Men. The seventh installment, "Is It Still Jood To Ya?", is featured in the short story collection Visible Lives: Three Stories in Tribute to E. Lynn Harris (2010), which was recognized with a Best Anthology nomination from the African Ameri

The first short story collection from James Earl Hardy, the acclaimed author of the best-selling B-Boy Blues series! Whether it's the maintenance man making a much needed house call ("Booty, By Jake"), a 40-year-old "born again" virgin falling in lust with his 20-year-old former student ("How Stanley Got His Back in Groove"), a porn star trying to stay aroused—and awake—while filming his final movie ("The Last Picture. Show."), or a blind man proving that sight isn't a prerequisite for bringing another pleasure ("Can You Feel What I'm Saying?"), Hardy serves up seven scandalous tales, imbued with his trademark mix of passion and politics, that are guaranteed to turn you on—and off.

Lynn Harris (2010), which was recognized with a Best Anthology nomination from the African American Literary Awards. Hardy has received Lifetime Achievement Awards from Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD) and the Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC). . Hardy has also penned biographies on filmmaker Spike Lee and pop music group Boyz II Men. His first theatrical production, Confessions of a Homo Thug Porn Star—a one-man show about adult film actor Tiger Tyson—won the Downtown Urban Theater Festival's 2010 Best Short Prize. Mr. A 1993 honors graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate S

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