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Expand Your Mind Beyond Crossing Color Lines with the d. E. Rogers Social Network

In The Books on September 11, 2010 at 10:54 pm

Since the release of d. E. Rogers sixth novel, Crossing Color Lines, there has been much discussion regarding the question that leaves readers pondering, “If you had the opportunity to choose your race, would you remain true to your birthright, or would you opt for the race that you believe can provide you with the greatest benefit?”

This is a topic rarely discussed, yet d. E. Rogers has shown his ability to engage readers into discussing it openly by launching a d. E. Rogers Network on Ning.com.  The d. E. Rogers Network allows fans, avid readers, and individuals interested in discussing controversies to come together. d. E. Rogers fans can also stay updated on upcoming events, book signings and new novels being released.

The d. E. Rogers Network is easy and free to join. Members have the capability of creating a custom profile, add videos and photos, create and manage a blog, join groups, engage in discussions through the forum, post events, connect with other members as friends and send invitations.  Members also have the option of advertising to other network members.

Crossing Color Lines is more than a fiction novel and the d. E. Rogers Network will expand the reader’s mind.

To join the d. E. Rogers Network visit http://crossingcolorlines.ning.com/