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Published:December 29th, 2011 17:42 EST
Judyth Piazza interviews Jerome Enders and D.J. Superior About "The Man That Walked The Dog"

Judyth Piazza interviews Jerome Enders and D.J. Superior About "The Man That Walked The Dog"

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

JEROME ENDERS- Author, ghostwriter and project developer. Who`s writing style was breed from the raw elements of hip hop, and transformed into becoming the spearhead of classic literary content. His words come together to speak to the reader as if he`s holdings your hand, patting you on your back, or grabbing you by your throat Leaving you gasping for air as you look forward to reading the next sentence. With his broad intellect and unique ability to utilize words and transmit thoughts. He plans to feed the appetite of people around the world that are just looking for a good book to read.

 

"The Man That Walked The Dog" The D.J. Superior Story a DMX Exclusive

It is one thing to write a book about a superstar; it`s another to write a book that speaks to us about the psychological dynamic that gets sketched into the heart and mind of the very few who have the opportunity to have such an experience, while at the same time exposing the bloodsuckers and other willing participants that are willing to sacrifice the naive in the name of fame and fortune. Many call it "the blessing and the curse."

The Man Who Walked the Dog is a literary timepiece that allows the inquisitive reader, connoisseur of hip hop culture, or social historian, the opportunity to read the memoir of a man that was very instrumental in developing and giving the world one of his greatest hip hop stars. And in return, was exploited, blackballed, robbed, and was a survivor of many death threats, and his life is a testimony to the fact that every dog has his day.

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Judyth Piazza chats with Jerome Enders, Author of Yonkers The Lost City of Hip Hop