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Cast the First Stone
By Carlton Holden

Series Description:

     This series focuses on the black and human experience in its various manifestations, particularly the shady, dark, mysterious, and thrilling aspects that evoke personal examination. (It contains some adult language and situations.)

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Carlton Holden:

     Carlton Holden is also author of Brush Up On Your German (Poliert Euer Deutsch Auf), S.O.O.T (novella about a teacher with a secret and a nightmarish personal trainer), and Sub: A Brief Guide to Staying Above Water in the Classroom as well as co-author of When Leaves Cry (novella tackling human trafficking in South Africa). He enjoys travel, movies/television, music, languages and linguistics, and reading in his spare time. His favorite sports are tennis and boxing. He studied social science and education at Ashford University and German at the University of Munich and Georgetown University. He gains inspiration from Alex Haley, Richard Wright, Maya Angelou, and Zora Neale Hurston as well as other writers.







Series Description:

     This series focuses on the black and human experience in its various manifestations, particularly the shady, dark, mysterious, and thrilling aspects that evoke personal examination. (It contains some adult language and situations.)

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Carlton Holden:

     Carlton Holden is also author of Brush Up On Your German (Poliert Euer Deutsch Auf), S.O.O.T (novella about a teacher with a secret and a nightmarish personal trainer), and Sub: A Brief Guide to Staying Above Water in the Classroom as well as co-author of When Leaves Cry (novella tackling human trafficking in South Africa). He enjoys travel, movies/television, music, languages and linguistics, and reading in his spare time. His favorite sports are tennis and boxing. He studied social science and education at Ashford University and German at the University of Munich and Georgetown University. He gains inspiration from Alex Haley, Richard Wright, Maya Angelou, and Zora Neale Hurston as well as other writers.