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Wingtips & Cufflinks
Enter the world that oozes masculinity and power. Delve deep into the mind of a conscious man. High Tea anyone? Well, yes. Welcome to Eclectuals’ realm dominated by Wingtips & Cufflinks. Go through our eclectic selection of African American male authors, from some of the most notable black writers to the indie ones featuring works in diverse subjects and genres.
Liven up your minds and satisfy your soul with some of the most remarkable works by male authors. It’s like being on a roller coaster while sitting on the edge of the seat. Simply put, you’ll be on the wokest journey ever. They are that good! Why the wait, grab a selection and start the mind-opening journey.
Prejudices developed against the African diaspora create grueling roadblocks for those looking to climb up the economic & social ladder. But in the tell-all books by some of the best African American writers, you will be left nothing short of inspired, infused with vigor to achieve great success. Especially so, once you read the story of six pioneering African American men and women entrepreneurs. Brilliant minds of these black writers will stimulate and encourage you to leave that nine to five job and start some business of your own. So, never ever lose hope because that’s not our thang!
It is not to say that things will be easy as has been highlighted by some famous black male authors what it is like to inhabit a body dominated by negative ideas associated with people of color. Follow the struggles of revered men and imbue yourself with their profound teachings.
Okay, wait, don’t go down the downward spiral as the American Dream is not dead yet, and there are ways to become that dreamed about millionaire. Learn how the Greenwood District in Tulsa still thrives on the determination of great people despite the Tulsa Race Riots of 1921. We can hear the clickety-clicks already!
Before you get into all that big business stuff, first become self-aware as one of the brightest minds of our time details. That is how we become leaders. Furthermore, in the development of our cognitive skills, some misconceptions make our understanding of economics a lil trippy. We don’t need that now, don’t we? Well, we have books for that too.
From “how-to” guides for African farmers aspiring to improve their economic and social standing, knowing about the life of Tupac to tribulations of black affectees of Hurricane Katrina, know about it all at Eclectuals.
The co-author of bestselling “Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice,” Dennis Kimbro’s, another masterpiece honors our collection. Wait, it only gets better. Ta-Nehisi Coates, a National Book Award-winner and New York Times bestseller, exquisite intellect exists here in his book. Marlon James, a Man Booker Prize-winning, A Brief History of Seven Killings, is nothing short of a page-turner.
Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning, Alex Haley’s artistic flair swoon hearts. From another New York Times bestseller Stedman Graham to Shomari Wills, Michael Eric Dyson, I don’t think you need much convincing about these and many other famous African American male authors.
Okay, here we go…If you need to become something, then read, read, read! It’s not only about becoming something, but it’s also about broadening those narrow horizons. Averting your gaze from the problems piled up in front of you or self-complacency is really isn’t the way to make it big into the world.
You need to do something extraordinary to become one. And the journey will lead you to Wingtips & Cufflinks.
For the conscious man. An eclectic selection of notable and indie African-American and African descent men authors in a variety of subjects and genres.