Montice Harmon: A Journey of Ambition and Success in Black History

By: Tallahassee Democrat Responders
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Feb. 13, 2024 - PRLog -- Montice Harmon's story is one of relentless ambition and unwavering determination, stemming from his roots in South Moultrie, Georgia. Despite humble beginnings, Harmon harbored a deep-seated aspiration to break free from the constraints of his small town and pursue his passion for writing. His journey was not without its challenges, but he persevered, ultimately carving a path for himself as a renowned spoken word artist, author, and entrepreneur.

Harmon's creative journey took flight at Beans and Strings in Moultrie, where he honed his craft through over 10 captivating live readings. Transitioning from handwritten works to digital publications, Harmon's literary prowess shone through with the release of his bestselling book, "The Adventures of Angus the Mouse," in November 2010. This debut work quickly gained traction, selling over fifty thousand copies by February 2011 and even securing a spot on the prestigious New York Times bestsellers list, unbeknownst to Harmon until later.

By the summer of 2011, Harmon's literary acclaim continued to soar, with "The Adventures of Angus the Mouse" boasting an impressive 181.2k copies sold in the USA and over 147.3k worldwide totaling 328.5k digital units. Undeterred by past obstacles, Harmon further solidified his place in the literary world, penning and self-publishing two novels under the pseudonym BoSsWRiTeR, namely "Leah Starr's Revenge" and "The Kings and Queens of New York."

Transitioning to Tallahassee, Florida, Harmon pursued studies in Journalism and Mass Communication while simultaneously making waves in the literary realm. Publishing three bestselling books and releasing his first poetry collection, "Expressions of Poetry," Harmon's creative fervor knew no bounds. His impact extended beyond the realm of literature, as he dedicated himself to community service, publishing articles, hosting shows, and tutoring students.

Harmon's commitment to education and artistic expression garnered him numerous accolades, underscoring his unwavering dedication to uplifting others. Before embarking on his journey to Atlanta, Georgia, Harmon successfully distributed his works to over 10 educational institutions in Tallahassee, leaving an indelible mark on the community.

Fast forward to the present day, Harmon's legacy stands as a testament to his enduring passion and resilience. With eighteen books under his belt and a remarkable independent sales record of 1.5 million units in the worldwide. Harmon's impact continues to resonate widely. As he gears up for the release of the fourth edition of "Expressions of Poetry" titled "Affirmations" on March 19th, 2024, Harmon's ongoing commitment to his craft and community exemplifies the essence of Black History Month, celebrating a journey defined by perseverance, creativity, and unwavering belief in oneself.

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