His first book, “Invisible Life,” was self-published in 1991. After that, Harris authored ten consecutive books to make the New York Times Best Seller list, including “And This Too Shall Pass” (1997), “Money Can’t Buy Me Love” (2000), “A Love of My Own” (2003), and “Basketball Jones” (2009). His personal memoir, “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted,” was published in 2004.
July 23rd in African American History – Everette “E.” Lynn Harris
By Chimsima Zuhri on July 23, 2012 in African American History, Author, July
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