Urban Fiction Receives a Gem with A.D. Wright’s release of “I Live: A novel without Heroes”

I Live: A novel without heroes has the natural allure of sex, love and violence, as found in most mainstream urban fiction novels, but with a subtle twist.

Available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, the story begins with a young man in transition, both figuratively and literally, returning to his old neighborhood after spending several years in prison due to a questionable arrest.


AlumniRoundup at Dwight Howard’s World Cup Party

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Cubicle: Maintaining Office Motivation

Alumni Roundup is a unique working environment. Being our first internet based company we are constantly learning, growing and working toward being a better company.

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Mayor Kasim Reed is Cleaning up Atlanta

Mayor Kasim Reed alongside hundreds of volunteers spend a cold Saturday on January 2, 2010 to clean up Renaissance Park in Midtown, Atlanta. The Mayor was quoted, “I will clean up Atlanta even if I have to do it myself.”

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