Monthly Archives: August 2013

A World Leader in Urban Book Writing, Publishing & Marketing

It takes a lot to do it yourself. Writing books, publishing books, marketing books… its heavy duty work.

Meanwhile, if you have access to someone who can show you the way, avoid loopholes, hurdles, plug you in where you need to be and why…

You need information that will bring you up to speed and current in the publishing trade.

And what better resource is there than a man who has walked the walk, and who the industry majority sees as the industry leader?

As one testimonial says: “Are you serious?”

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My Instagram is Amazing!

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Coaching Relentlessly – Writing, Publishing, Multi-media Immersion

Coaching Relentlessly – Writing, Publishing, Multi-media Immersion: World’s LEading Urban Lit Author Relentless Aaron also coaches new-comers who want to write, publish and market their work.

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Everything Is A Lie!

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SOMETHING I’ll never forget; my dad always told me: Don’t believe anything you hear, and only half of what you see. That STUCK! And with living this phenomenal life of mine, the truth always adds up to what Dad preached. Later in life, I learned that “everything is a lie, until it comes to pass.” You’re promising me something? THAT is a lie. You’re planning something? THAT is a lie. How many wedding engagements, or building proposals, or (yes) even childbirths have gone left when you wanted them to go right? Sure, we can be hopeful all we want, but the truth is always gonna be RIGHT THERE in our faces, for us to assess, decipher and decide upon, based on all of our experiences. So… what are the ABSOLUTES in YOUR life? Stick by them. Affirm them. Enjoy them. Because there’s no lying about an absolute. ‪#‎Relentless‬

 — feeling better.

A Relentless Poem

No matter what, I love me.
That’s the me some people decided not to see
Still others realize my value, indeed.
Still, the ones who left can no longer feed
If only they stayed consistent
If they could see I planted seeds
They might still be in the mix
Part of my growing family
So I welcome my new friends
and here are lessons for you
Try and always be patient
And let me do what I do
Stand by and learn
My blessings will rub off on you
Help contribute something
Don’t just sit back and brood
Cause in the end
We’re all judged by our living proof!
Relentless Aaron
April 25th, 2011
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Tonight, I am The Gormet Author!

An author who loves to cook!? Say WHAT???

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The Relentless Aaron Story – Audio

The Relentless Aaron Story – Audio – is a success story that finds Relentless climbing from the bottom to the top of his feild; now known as the World’s Leading Urban Lit Author

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Healthiness, Happiness and Greatness! YOURS!

Today I am here to remind you that we live an abundant life in an abundant world with abundant resources and you have abundant energy to achieve your share!

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GET YOUR ENERGY BACK! Optimum Health & Wellness by Relentless Aaron

The Audio, The Video, The Book: Relentless Aaron Daily

i reminded myself that while the audio in my life began in or around the mid 80s, the video only began in 2003 where you all have watched close-up or from afar, the progress of “Relentless.” The book however, began so many years before that.
It’s when the video tape started rolling that I had to come to terms with who I am, since that was who you’d see/the image that’s projected the reflection of my “insides.” And lets be honest and realize that while what we hope for or dream about may not be altogether reality, the image we project can most times be influential in an age where “image is everything” (so to speak). Yes folks: hot-flash…  we are visual as humans. Sure. we’re feeling, thinking and all-knowing. But first, we tend to be visual. That is a practice that we learned from childhood, and one thats hard to “un-learn.” So, understanding that reality, I had to define that. And who I am is defined by what I say, what I do and how I think; even if i’m not 100% there, as I think I am, I move closer and closer to the truth. MY truth.  It’s not where I’m from, who I know and what I see. Therefore, if we determine the value of an individual, assessing their conversation, their actions, and their thoughts… We are more likely to know the truth about that individual. However, if we determine the value of an individual by where they are from, who they know, and what they see or reinterpret or channel, then in fact, we are adopting, absorbing and embracing the superficial, the phony, and the fictitious side of life. And thats when your life imitates art. And imitation is FAR from where I wanna be. How about you? It is only when you mature, or when you are in search of the truth and you are distancing yourself from the lies, that you control your reality. And I hope that YOUR hope is to become the living truth ‪#‎Relentless‬

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Please! Stop It! Hip Hop Evolves, Good, Bad or Indifferent

1150245_10151784822710733_1916546450_nRAPPER-LEGEND “DMC” SAYS: “The reason why hip-hop exists is because it started out with good intentions, once all the good intentions left the music became polluted, it became disrespectful it became immature.“
To my friend DMC, I want to say the other truth about hip hop is that people wanted & needed to express themselves, such as they do in dance, on canvass and in film. Hip hop is just another one of those vehicles for such expression, such as classical, jazz & rock. If you think expression started “because” there were “good intentions,” I’d hafta disagree. People/artists have been expressing themselves since the beginning of time/and hip hop din have anything to do with it. However, I will agree that such radical expressions (at the time when hip hop began) wouldn’t be permitted because the temperature (in Rome) wouldn’t allow it. There was a time that saying “fuck the police” was offensive and the artist (ICE T) was even persecuted for it. Today, its the norm in music to challenge authority. At one point Luke Campbell & his 2Live Crew got hit with the dragon flames of American conscience as local record-store owners were arrested on obscenity charges for selling the group’s albums. There was a time that saying “nappy headed hoes” was offensive. Today its the norm, unless you happen to be a celeb in the spotlight and your audience is suddenly outraged by your comments #PaulaDean. Not to mention today, Don Imus has his job back/as if controversy never happened. These various thresholds that have emerged through the past few decades are none but the “new” envelope that is being pushed everyday. We’re talking envelopes of race, gender, class, sexuality, morality and then some. And while these issues are being confronted (about what people say and the ideas behind them) and that they hit the public conscience with stealth speed, we can’t forget that movies add imagery to the same concepts, (yet worse), whether its sexual perversion, shooting police, genocide, rape, or bloody murder. All of these issues are routinely broadcasted in movies as if its all good. Its normal and okay and you can win awards for the same.

People simply need to express themselves, their fears, frustrations and anxieties. People need to stretch into their dreams and nightmares. These ideas and conspiracy theories, though they are not real and only in our minds, need to be exposed. If not, they contribute to pent-up rage, and in other cases (without the so called artistry) folks have indeed taken it upon themselves to exercise these activities in real-time.

Darryl-DMC-McDaniels is no seasoned professional who can speak intelligently to the measure of responsibility/complete with degrees and a world of education to substantiate his claims. (Sorry D) He’s simply speaking his mind. His right to do so. But here we go, putting the burdens of the world on hip-hop once again. And what can you do since hip-hop has the eyes and ears and popular conscience and the entire generation of our youth. Everyone sees the brainwashing that’s going on on the radio, on TV, in the ball stadiums… It’s just the fact that hip-hop has a big influence on what we do every day. That is, if you allow it to.

So we can argue up and down how it is good and bad and how it affects us all. However, I have become proactive relating to my own conscience, training myself to “flip the switch.” And that does not mean turning off hip-hop altogether or discounting it and all of its many value/good and bad. What that does mean, is that I have trained myself to make adjustments on my musical diet. My listening diet, my reading diet, my watching diet is all about my purpose and my level of interest and my entertainment values. With so much information fed to us all day everyday, and if we open up our minds, ears and our eyes, we can go into information overload! And its addictive! Who wouldn’t want to know all things and be in knowledgeable about all things to perhaps put that information to work, maybe earn a living and at the same time share their eye on the world? Deny it if you want, but I’m figuring a VERY large share of us wouldn’t mind that at all. In fact, many others are bunked-in, working that very magic.

Okay, so we all (most of us) grow up, and we become more responsible for our actions and our conversations. Our musical tastes even adjust; we’re all fine-tuned. At least, in theory and practice, thats the way its been. Sure, there are isolated instances where some of our older folk have not grown or matured and some are even popular for their “off the hook” expressions. But there’s a long list of some well-known performers/personalities/etc and how they’ve “crossed-over” from their radical, wild-side to the sanctified and otherwise righteous world: I’m immediately thinking: Eddie Murphy, Prince, Malcolm X. All of them have grown up, matured to whatever degree, and their fellowship has somewhat grown with them.

In fairness, I need to add that the world which supports hip hop has equally become as disrespectful and immature; but also vulgar, arrogant, bloody and raunchy. In my lifetime I have seen up to a dozen world leaders dragged, executed, beheaded, hung, etc because of their monstrous tactics in leadership. I’ve seen death on TV, in movies, on the web… I have witnessed some leaders abuse their authority to take our children, using them for their own sexual pleasure, and because of their power and influence, they’ve gotten “a pass.” Sure, judge and jury couldn’t get at them but for loopholes, but in the past mere rumor would’ve ended the lives of the Bishop Longs and the Woody Allens. They would’ve been stoned, executed or hung with much less a threshold of law to answer to. So then, the expression of anxieties and imagination has crossed over into reality. Some got away with it. Others didn’t #OJ Yet, we must ALL agree that our culture is OVERLY and OVERTLY influenced by what is printed and broadcasted. I’d hafta agree that I am just as influenced (respectively) by hip hop as I am by TMZ, as I am CNN, as I am by movies, TV & radio. But I’ve realized this early on, and so I understand what has happened and I have re-programmed my listening and watching and reading diet. By and by its all whimsical, its all life imitating art, and the only rule you should keep in your shirt pocket is “Play at your own risk.”

My Future


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My future is being dangled right before my eyes. My instinct is to reach out and grab it. My conscience says to be patient. But my imagination says I’m already living it! ‪#‎relentless‬

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