SPOTLIGHT: One Hundred Miles and Running (Blackface 2) by Q.B. Wells @qbwells VIA @aambookclub

On the run with $100,000 counterfeit cash and a suspect in a murder
case, Face is back hitting licks and looking for a place to settle.
When licked for the $100,000 in Baltimore, he is forced to put his
girl Jazz to the street. Jazz takes to the street all too well.

After a couple encounters she desires more than the small town streets
and lax security Face has to offer. Jazz comes across a trick that
offers a stable life and some opportunities. She takes the stash,
skips town and begins to start a new life under a new name.

Face discovers Jazz s found happiness in the straight life and goes
insane. She can t be happy without him. He d rather her dead. Jazz
must compensate and suffer for the hard times Face felt when she
departed or he will kill her and destruct everything around them.

Face knows where she is…. Jazz feels Face s presence and lives in a
paranoid state, two steps ahead from Face. No matter what, Jazz isn t
far enough away. Both Face and Jazz are one hundred miles and running
from danger.

Q.B. Wells is the publisher of Art Official Media LLC and an author living in Baltimore City, Maryland. He has written books (Blackface,
Doughboy), book reviews, articles and essays about urban literature and culture for The Urban Book Source, Urbania Magazine and
. A member of the Independent Book Publishers Association, Q.B. Wells presents workshops on publishing at local community centers and organizations. A visionary and entrepreneur, Q.B. Wells taught with the Baltimore City Public School System for several years before transitioning into teaching writing classes at Towson University. One Hundred Miles and Running (Blackface 2) is his second novel.

Get to know the author:

1. Introduce yourself and style of writing to readers.
My name is Q.B. Wells.  My writing style is topical, aggressive and
plot driven.  My books can be found on the shelves next to other urban
book titles but I think they are more crime fiction.

2. With the onslaught of books available to the public, what can you do
to get your books into the hands of readers?

Meet and engage readers in person and not only online.  Sometimes I
find readers have bought my books because of the urban fiction genre.
I’m more excited when I find readers that picked up the book because
they met me in person and invested their time.

3. What will readers enjoy most about One Hundred Miles and Running?
Readers will enjoy the action, plot and the humor of the narrative.
The book is a lot faster paced and more suspenseful than Blackface.
And they will be delighted that there is a female protagonist. Finally
will like to see the growth in the characters.

4. Where did you get the idea and inspiration to write One Hundred Miles
and Running?

One Hundred Miles and Running (Blackface 2) is the second book in the
Blackface Trilogy.  I had to continue to give the readers what they
wanted and chose the characters to follow based on reader feedback.

5. Where do you foresee yourself 12 months from today?
Publishing some great books and authors. I hope to publish some of my
nonfiction work and looking to shoot a short film or documentary.
Some form of film from an Art Official Media title is a goal in the
next year.

6. What is next and how can readers contact you?

7. Where can readers get this book?
You can get the title at any bookstore.  You can also download or buy
the paperback at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Itunes.

Buy Book/Contact the author:
You can get the title at any bookstore.  You can also download or buy
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