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FALSELAND

January 9, 2012

Welcome to FALSELAND (pronounced fal•se•lin) Where lives take place but nobody lives… We all know someone who dwells here, whether it’s a friend, a family member, co-worker, or acquaintance – we all know someone who resides in FALSELAND. Unfortunately if you don’t know someone, it just maybe you who’s spending your time overwhelmed by the […]

2012 – Plans:

January 4, 2012

So in 2012 Author Hashim Conner plans to take his craft to another level. Instead of only writing books he will be making a intense effort to become a constant blogger. Though he is in the midst of deciding if his blogging will be in a story form or if he will be doing current […]

The Escort: Introduction

June 14, 2011

With a billion and one questions running through his mind at the moment, the one that seems to stick out is simple. It’s possible that it’s the same question that’s on the mind of everyone that knows him personally. “What the fuck had he learned from his endeavors?” The answer, well that was a bit […]

Just a Question that haunts me!

February 12, 2009

After months and months of listening to a group of peers and people from an older generation. I have one question that truly haunts me. Why do we need another African American Leader? Why do we need one person of African American decent to lead and unify our people? One person that we can all […]

No better deal available: 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1

January 6, 2009

I have come to the conclusion that there is only one way for me to prove to the readers that I should be mentioned when any discussion of writers come up. I’m one of the few author’s that write for the reaction not for the money (well let me be honest I write for the […]

A Touch of Karma

November 15, 2008

I decided to just throw on a Polo jogging suit for tonight. It was already understood that I was okay in the clothes department, I didn’t feel that I needed to impress anyone by getting dressed plus it was just another party at the Rec. On top of that I didn’t need any extra attention. […]