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Carl Weber

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New York Times Best Selling Author CARL WEBER "Something On The Side" www.carlweber.net


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Carl Weber, New York Times and #1 Essence® bestselling novelist, is the author of So You Call Yourself A Man, The Preacher's Son, Player Haters, Baby Momma Drama, Married Men, Lookin' for Luv and the novella Easy Street, written with La Jill Hunt for the collection he edited, A Dollar and A Dream.He is also author of the upcoming "he said, she said" novel, She Ain't The One, written with Mary B. Morrison. Despite success and acclaim, Carl Weber says that the path which led him to writing was rocky."I am a life-long reader and wanted to write, but I wasn't the best English student," Weber admits.When he realized the growing importance of African-American fiction to readers and publishers, he couldn't resist putting pen to paper."I wanted to write a book about ordinary people who have crazy things happen in their lives," Weber says.His work stood out, receiving immediate positive response from readers, including at the cash register. "Once you get one under your belt, once you get that first break, life is easier," says Weber whose first novel, Lookin' For Luv, a relationship story written from the rarely heard male perspective, was published in 2000.Weber drew upon personal experience and added "a little more spice" to the mix for his next novel, Married Men, and then moved away from his comfort zone with Baby Momma Drama, which he wrote from a woman's perspective. A former reviewer for the Amsterdam News, he is the founder, publisher, and editorial director of Urban Books and Blackboard's 2005 Publisher of the Year.He is the owner of the Urban Knowledge chain of book stores and a past recipient of Blackboard's Bookseller of the Year award. Weber graduated from Virginia State University and holds an MBA in marketing from the University of Virginia.He lives in Long Island, New York with his family.


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Blackboard Best-selling Originator Of Lookin' For Luv, Married Men And Baby Momma Drama, Carl Weber Has Been Named African-american Bookseller Of The Year.
A Juicy Glimpse Into The Lives Of Contemporary Blakcs Player Haters Blends Romance, Comedy, And Drama In A Novel That' Hip, Stylish, Fun, And Totally Entertaining. A Sassg Reading From Changeable Narrators Ensures Hours Of Good Times For Adult Listeners. Manufacturer: Carl Weber


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Book Signing with Carl Weber and Eric Pete
Authors Carl Weber and Eric Pete will sell and sign their new book, The Family Business. Location:Meeting Room','#FAFAFA',30, -100)" onmouseout="kill()">Book Signing with Carl Weber and Eric Pete


Man on the Run - The Tennessee Tribune

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By Carl Weber, c.2017, Grand Central Publishing, $25, 309 pages
Run, run, run, catch me if you can because, as in "Man on the Run" by Carl Weber, this chase may keep a man out of prison. Confession time: I'd stopped reading author Carl Weber's novels a few books ago.


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