The author Dean Hamid was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Over the past ten years he has been writing articles, commentaries, short stories and has managed to write five novels. Given the opportunity to correspond with published authors; it’s been said that his work swings toward what African Americans describe as Urban Fiction with a slick old- school literary voice.
In his youth he read the works of Donald Goins, Iceberg Slim, Richard Wright and the poetic banter of James Baldwin, over and over again, all the while hiding those books from his peers, because reading wasn’t “cool”. He use to hide his books from his mother, reading books beyond his years.
Growing up in New York City’s hardcore Bushwick –Hylan Projects, his writing is not necessarily intended to glamorize the quote-unquote gangsters, or even the street life, but to emphasize the presence of the drama that was in involved and surrounded around it.
Dean Hamid works tirelessly to keep his work as professional , yet gritty, as it can be.
Dean Hamid is currently publishing his new book, “Lost Boy”. A fantastic urban novel about a boy lost to gang culture, a simple pick up of money from a rival goes wrong, Jabari is put in a really tough situation. Deciding to go collect the money with his friends, in hopes of getting seriously paid. Nothing works out as expected. Walking the streets of rough Charleston, Jabari stays with his friends, until he is betrayed by one of the Diplite. Staying true to the ways of the street, Diplite, is hunted his old associates Hulie and Jabari to settle the score.
Dean Hamid’s “Lost Boy”, is predicted to be Idriss Publishing House bestseller of 2016-2017.
Coming out soon, for pre-orders, email Idriss Publishing House at firstname.lastname@example.org or to make large orders email email@example.com
This book will be available in Amazon, iBooks, google play and KOBO on the 15th November.