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Zangba Thomson is an award-winning author, screenwriter, conscious emcee, and Editor-in-Chief at Bong Mines Entertainment Blog. His creative works deal mainly in the realms of spirituality and metaphysics, with lots of love and drama sprinkled in between. His creative works have been seen on, or talked about in, major media outlets such as FOX 5, NBC, Today, Fox & Friends, Kathy Lee & Hoda, ABC, Vibe Magazine, Centric TV, HOT 97, Essence Magazine, etc.

Thomson has co-written other books such as "Do Right Do Good", a guidebook to vision-fulfillment and entrepreneurship, endorsed by Russell Simmons and Dr. Dennis Kimbro; and the urban, bestselling relationship guidebook, "Single Man, Married Man". His latest book, “Take a Look… There’
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Zangba Thomson I got 99 problems but writer's block ain't one. That’s because I follow this simple advice: ''When coming to an impasse, change; having changed, you…moreI got 99 problems but writer's block ain't one. That’s because I follow this simple advice: ''When coming to an impasse, change; having changed, you can get through.” – I Ching

First, I map things out, from beginning to end. After visualizing the whole story, I transfer that intellectual thought into a Word document. If I write myself into a corner, I change the narrative, or change my thought. This frees my mind and allows me to continue writing.(less)
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“The Manor: Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island” by Mac Griswold is a pretty informative book that will have you highlighting lots of interesting facts about American, African, and European histories.And for those...

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“Black Privilege” by Charlamagne Tha God is an inspirationally honest book, smelted with hip-hop narratives, and Southern hospitality. From beginning to end, readers are encouraged to create their own opportunities, regardless of their starting point ...more
Take a Look... There's Money All Around You! by Zangba Thomson
"I won this book in a recent Goodreads First Reads giveaway.

A quick read, which was quite interesting. "
Take a Look... There's Money All Around You! by Zangba Thomson
"If you’re feeling a bit down and you need a quick pick me up book this is definitely great because it reminds you of all the basics on how to become money/love/friend making machine.

The author somehow managed to squeeze the main point of all the s..." Read more of this review »
Three Black Boys by Zangba Thomson
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This book has two parts; Chapter 1 to Chapter 21 and Section 1 to Section 14.
The first part was amazing. I really loved the three black boys, especially, Baker. He is soooooo adorable!!
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“The Manor: Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island” by Mac Griswold is a pretty informative book that had me highlighting lots of interesting facts that I found to be valuable. I live on Long Island, so there were high moments where I ...more
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Struggle for Africa by Vernon Bartlett
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One of the books that I used to do a particular research on Africa, was, Struggle for Africa by Vernon Bartlett. It was published in 1953, and the information gathered within its pages gave me a painful insight, into the minds of the European nations ...more
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Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian L. Weiss
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This book helped me grasped the reality of reincarnation, and its continuing process, via a therapy session between a psychiatrist and his patient. I was deeply intrigued with the patient recollection of past lives, and how some of her past experienc ...more
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