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At 7:23pm on February 2, 2010, STeeL Mag/ZAE Pblshng said…

Drugs. Guns. Extortion. Crime. Incarceration.
Father. Son. Friend. Sacrifice. Redemption

These are some of the words that might come to mind when thinking of drug dealer of past and one time 10 year incarcerate, RoMay. After years of criminal activities since the age of 12, RoMay found himself behind bars, 40 foot brick walls and rows of razor wire to be faced with the perils of prison life. Being shot at wasn't enough for him. So he shot back. Peddling nickels and dimes of cocaine and heroin on street corners didn't pay enough to fulfill his desires so he graduated to weight. The hood was too small so he traveled throughout the country with his illegal intentions. Until one day it all ended in the grasps of the federal government.

After spending 9 years on a 10 year (120 month) prison term, RoMay was released to a world unlike the one he left behind as a 22 year old. Nevertheless, he struggled and ultimately overcame the hardships that a convicted felon faces to leave that chapter of his life behind. Old skin was shed and a new person emerged to become an author and publisher of SWeT Magazine (a quarterly lifestyles publication. He also left behind the title that every convict must carry…Felon. Unfortunately, as society has it, “Once a felon, always a felon”. However, as RoMay dispels the myths associated with prison, shares his memories and confesses about his pains, fears, heartaches and happiness, he's finally grown new skin to become the impossible. An EX-Felon.

At 4:55pm on January 20, 2009, Sheila--Sexy 716 Promotions said…

..Freeway Rick Ross and Jimmy DaSaint together on a novel-it doesn't get anymore hood than that. These dudes are gangsta to the core. Cop Black Scarface-its like that"
--Seth 'Soulman" Ferranti author of Street Legends and prison Stories

This is prime, vintage storytelling. Blackscarface is a notorious exhilarating, explosive gangster saga guaranteed to keep readers riveted from beginning to the end---a definite streetbanger
Street Literature Review magazine

"Black Scarface is what street lit is all about. Jimmy Dasaint and Rick Ross makes the game come so alive with this book that it should be
a crime just reading it! 5 stars!!"

-Kwame’ Teague, author of Dutch.

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Jimmy Dasaint is a true Urban Lit novelist. He captures the mind and soul of a ghetto love story that makes you want to take his characters to bed. He is making other authors step their game up-- All Hail --The new Don of Urban Lit.
Martha Charles VP.---Street Elements Magazine

"What Every Woman Wants will set you on fire!
It's hot from begining to end as it delivers the
answer to what every woman wants!
Jimmy Dasaint is on fire and at his best!"

-Christine Holden, author of Dearest Beloved and A Hitch In Time.

"What Every Woman Wants is as hot as Hades on judgment day salacious. The women are sexy, successful, and searching for a husband. Their cut throat way of eliminating men will have the reader cheering them on. The characters are easy to identify with and the twists and turns will have you riveted; captivated by every word".

-Tracee A. Hanna,author of Zane anthrology "Masquarade"

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