New York, NY (PRWEB) April 8, 2010
MG Hardie releases his new book It Ain’t Just The Size. This new book is a celebration of American virtues and strength it is not another current event political book peddling cheap tales, it raises awareness, it’s a book about all of us for all of us.
As the media switches the public’s focus from Health Care reform to Immigration reform and Jobs, many wonder where all of this change is headed. Is this the right direction? What are the right questions? Who has the right answers? Are America’s issues best left in the hands of the politicians, or the scholars? How will America’s problems be solved? Hardie is one author who believes that we the people have the answers.
“Many people have felt comfortable speaking honestly and candidly with me. I have had discussions with hundreds of people from the street thugs to mathematicians to college professors to the single mothers working two jobs just to make ends meet and they have related a lot of real feelings, real perceptions and real solutions, which I carefully molded into the story. These are discussions everyone should have.” says Hardie.
MG Hardie won two literary awards in 2009 for his debut book EveryDay Life. Hardie's second offering, It Ain't Just The Size follows. This controversial book transcends category and is filled with conversations that never leave you. Hardie uses his character’s situations as vehicles for thought and textured examination. This book is written in a novelized form and features hip-hop and pop-culture references, parenting and relationship advice, and a whole lot more.
It Ain’t Just The Size has been called “Powerful!" by best-selling author Terry A. O’Neal and “Refreshing” by publisher Leila Jefferson. It Ain’t Just The Size is humorous, informative and firmly cements hip-hop’s place in literature. Hardie’s new book is packed with so many topics award winning writer Joey Pinkney referred to it as “Literary Gumbo” and it’s delicious. Hardie's surprising book is full of comedy, poetry, hip-hop, drama and literary activism at their finest. Americans face many questions, one thing is certain literature is about to be shaken and that may just change your life.
It Ain’t Just The Size can be found online everywhere and on Amazon.com