Author Treasure Blue Signs Book Deal with Cash Money Content


National Best Selling Author Treasure E. Blue Is The New Face Of Cash Money Content

New York NY- National Best Selling Author Treasure E. Blue Is The New Face of Cash Money Content – Only 2 months after self-publishing his 4th novel Harlem Girl Lost 2 – The Beginning he captured the attention of the label. Starting out with an eBook release and reinvesting to print books paid off after walking away a few years ago from a major deal with Random House/One World/Ballantine.

The decision to sign Mr. Blue to Cash Money Content wasn’t difficult due to Blue’s consistent marketing efforts. From online sales, street sales to stores, Treasure has captivated his audiences with heartfelt urban stories that will often leave readers thinking, crying and rooting for his street smart heroines. His uncanny ability of making readers feel as if they were there has won the hearts of many.

The deal consists of the re-release of Harlem Girl Lost 2 entitled Get Em Girls: A Harlem Girl Lost Story (Winter 2012), the conclusion of the Harlem Girl Lost trilogy which has not been titled and 2 anthologies. For Blue this new venture will help position himself into an arena with winners that’ll be able to make a reality of his life’s dream of turning his books into film.

“It’s not only an honor and a privilege to be signed to the future of publishing, Cash Money Content, but to be part of a roster that includes the great Wahida Clark and the dynamic duo Ashley and JaQuavis, I just thank God for such a wonderful opportunity … I’m forever humbled.” says Treasure E. Blue

About The Author

Treasure E. Blue is the Essence Magazine Best Selling Author of Harlem Girl Lost, A Street Girl Named Desire, Keyshia & Clyde and contributor to Flexin & Sexin Volume 2 and Erotic Snapshots Volume 1. A former fire inspector with the New York City Fire Department he currently resides in Harlem NY and is a public speaker that shows today’s youth the dangers of drug addiction and the importance of literacy.

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