Leeds Press Corp Announces Drive to Publish and Promote Black Authors

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To increase diversity in the book marketplace, Leeds Press Corp is actively seeking minority authors

“To truly experience and understand what it feels like, books provide a great platform where ideas that generate empathy and connectedness can naturally occur,” said Reuben Wanjala, Managing Director at Leeds Press Corp.

Leeds Press Corp is actively seeking minority authors. According to the publisher, we can support black authors by buying books that celebrate black culture and brings awareness to African American lived experiences. Readers can purchase and promote black authors’ books on Social Media, on websites like GoodReads, nominating black authors for Literary Awards, joining local book-clubs and discuss their favorite books on blog sites. Also writing and leaving book reviews on online bookstores like Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Public Libraries, and many other retailers, goes along away in promoting a book.

For the month of February 2021, Leeds Press plans to celebrate Black Authors. “They need to know that we care,” said, Reuben Wanjala, Managing Director of Leeds Press Corp. Mr. Wanjala went on to say, “To truly experience the culture, supporting black authors' books provides a great platform where ideas that generate empathy and connectedness can naturally occur.”

To increase diversity in the publishing marketplace, the company is actively seeking minority authors wishing to publish their books during the Black History Month.

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