Book Signings

1. Starbucks book tour jumps off this Thursday August 6th, in Seattle at the Starbucks located in Columbia City on Rainier Avenue 4824 Rainier Ave. South. The book signing will begin at 12pm and end promptly at 2pm.

2. After Seattle we head straight to the Hilltop; Bob’s BBQ 911 South 11th street from 4pm to 6pm

3. The next stop on the tour August 7th, in Tacoma at Donald Tabers barber shop 1306 South 56th St. Tacoma from 1230 to 2pm

4. The 4th stop will be on Friday August 7th at the Starbucks in University Place, Wa., Green Firs Village Shopping Center location from 3pm to 4pm

5. The Starbucks continues on Friday August 7th at the 72nd street location; 1723 South 72nd Street, Tacoma, Wa.,  from 445 to 545

6. The Starbucks tour ends on Friday August 7th at the 6th and Pine street location 2008 6th Avenue, Tacoma 98403

7. The book tour will end on Saturday August 8th, at Lincoln Park from 1pm to 5pm. There will be free bbq, entertainment and give aways..

Welcome to Robert Young Books

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“The eradication of all black men throughout our cities and schools falls under the authority of local governments and local police departments. In order to show how these entities are working together to remove all black men from the family, I had to illustrate throughout both of my books (by way of old fashion story telling), the correlation between the dissimulation of negative images of African American men in the media, with, the unlivable and hostile living conditions found throughout cities and small towns of ghetto America.

Within the pages of my books, I focus on the suppression of the black man through the eyes of fictional characters to show how the community by way of substance abuse and gang violence are conjoined to create a cesspool of self-segregation and low self-esteem: Spearheaded by the local government and manned by local police departments. All entities working together to destroy the image of African American men.

I give you, Cobwebbed Eyes and Ghetto Angels

– Robert H. Young, Jr.