Ashley And Jaquavis Analysis

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Ashley & JaQuavis is the writing team of Ashley Antoinette and JaQuavis Coleman, the youngest African American authors to make the New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestselling lists twice. The writing duo made their name when they were aged only seventeen when they were discovered by Carl Weber, a New York Times bestselling writer. It was during their college years as freshmen that they both got publishing deals from independent publishing houses and began publishing novels individually and later as Ashley & JaQuavis. The Cartel that was published in 2009 was their breakout novel as it turned out to be a smash hit setting the two up as some of the best novelists in the street literature fiction genre. As Ashley and JaQuavis they have written more than twenty blockbusters that continue to thrall their fans across the globe. They have been featured on many prestigious magazines that include the likes of Don Diva, King, XXL, Vibe, and Essence. Setting a…show more content…
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