MG Hardie Compared to Tyler Perry

Long Beach, California (PressExposure) December 11, 2008 -- In EveryDay Life, Hardie serves up an unorthodox mixture of humor, moralism, mockery, drama, perspective and integrity. Hardie does not soften his presentation of politics, drug usage, promiscuity, or even a father's responsibility-- these are some of the problems the characters face. MG does not waste time lingering over these issues, nor does he wish them away, what he does do is something quite profound in this day-and-age, He allows the characters to discuss them. MG Hardie's style is so unique that the closest work to it is that of Tyler Perry's.Simply put EveryDay Life sets a new standard.

Currently MG Hardie's book EveryDay Life ranks as the highest rated African-American book of 2008 on Ghost Writer Literary Reviews and has been chosen as a Book Club Readers' Choice Selection. EveryDay Life will be featured in Crunk Magazine and in the Crunk Newsletter. EveryDay Life will be AAMBC's Book of the Month for November and now Every Day Life has been chosen as one of the "25 Best Kept Literary Secrets of 2008" by Conversations Book Club. "When was the last time a Hip Hop book was featured in a newspaper, named the Best Kept Secret of the Year and the author compared to Tyler Perry all in the same month? I must have done something right", says Hardie with a smile. The Review

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