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By Omar Tyree | Comments: ( 633 ) | Date: ( Dec 14, 2019 )

Finally, a story of a handsome, educated, heterosexual black man and his experiences with careers and relationships in the fast moving 90s Bobby Dallas, a budding radio talk show host, has no skeletons or kids in the closet All that s missing is a talented, sexy, smart black woman by his side And that should be easy, right But after a shattering breakup with his first lFinally, a story of a handsome, educated, heterosexual black man and his experiences with careers and relationships in the fast moving 90s Bobby Dallas, a budding radio talk show host, has no skeletons or kids in the closet All that s missing is a talented, sexy, smart black woman by his side And that should be easy, right But after a shattering breakup with his first love, Bobby wanders for years between women and jobs, unsure about marriage, family, economics, and his overall stability Having achieved his dream of becoming a highly successful radio talk show host, Bobby is a man with the best of intentions not only in his career, but also in love He learns, though, that being a do right man is far from easy.

  • Title: A Do Right Man
  • Author: Omar Tyree
  • ISBN: 9780684848037
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Omar Tyree

Omar Tyree, a New York Times best selling author, a 2001 NAACP Image Award recipient for Outstanding Literature in Fiction, and a 2006 Phillis Wheatley Literary Award winner for Body of Work in Urban Fiction, has published 16 books and has sold nearly 2 million copies worldwide that has generated than 30 million With a degree in Print Journalism from Howard University in 1991, Tyree has been recognized as one of the most renowned contemporary writers in the literary community He is also an informed and passionate speaker on various community related and intellectual topics Now entering the world of feature films, business lectures, and children s books, Tyree is a tireless creator and visionary of few limitations.Tyree is a popular speaker on the university and corporate circuits In his Equation for Life lecture, Tyree weaves together a full proof formula for attaining lifelong success in business, as well as everyday living Ideal for innovation, corporate sales and marketing teams, one attendee who heard the lecture commented, Omar Tyree s Equation for Life speech made me rethink my whole life it has given me the focus I need The success of the speeches over the last 11 years landed Tyree his first nonfiction book deal with John Wiley, the number 1 business publisher in the world The Equation Applying the 4 Indisputable Components of Business Success, is being released in early January 2009.As an author, journalist, performance poet, songwriter, screenwriter,entrepreneur, innovator of various creations, and an energetic and fiery speaker, Tyree is no stranger to the world of contemporary urban influence Tyree became one of the dominant literary promoters of the 1990s, leading to offers of publishing deals by a number of influential mainstream book publishers In 1995, he signed a lucrative two book arrangement with publishing powerhouse Simon S chuster A few years later, Tyree signed an undisclosed long term contract that established him amongst Simon Schuster s top authors.His journey as an entrepreneur began in his early 20s when he started the book publishing company Mar Productions, to release his earliest works of fiction Tyree s entrepreneurial ventures have evolved to include the Urban Literacy Project as a nonprofit organization to inspire reading, writing, thinking,visualization, application and financial literacy skills among disadvantaged youth and adults He has also formed Renaissance Entertainment Group, a partnership with self made multimillionaire Arthur Wylie, to produce Tyree s body of fiction novels into feature films.Tyree s articles have been published in the Washington Post, Essence, Upscale, Ebony, TheDailyVoice and several other publications

Comments A Do Right Man

  • Monique

    This book was long and drawn out. Boring! Not good at all!

  • Abbi

    "Just because you have a job doesn't necessarily make you a man, and just because you can have a child doesn't automatically make you a mature woman. You have to grow into these roles like a pair of shoes."I haven't read an Omar Tyree novel in years but I am so glad that I randomly picked up A Do Right Man during a recent visit at my local library. Granted this book was published 20 years ago, but I enjoyed it all the same. I'm definitely going to try to read more of Omar Tyree's novels. I reall [...]

  • Stasha

    I really liked it. Glad the dude finally came around!

  • Jeehan Dinwiddie

    Read when I was younger.llege daysry good thenill okay!

  • Bianca Harrison

    One of my favorite books from Omar!

  • Chris Stevens

    A Do Right Man is one of my favorite fictional works by one of my favorite authors Omar Tyree and it's one I keep coming back to whenever I need to see my own struggles and parallels in fiction.Bobby Dallas is a radio lifer, a good-looking guy with a career that he's worked hard to maintain and keep throughout the years, but even the unpredictable world of media seems more stable than his dating life, which is largely spent trying to get out from the under the shadow cast by his model girlfriend [...]

  • Black Carrie

    • Loved the 80's & 90's feel. • Despite the reviews I'm glad I gave this book a chance. • Bobby was a sweet guy who needed a little bit more back bone. Especially when it comes to women I knew I wouldn't like Pearl wanna be a** the way she did him and disrespected him was WRONG. • How he did Faye was wrong but like that old saying goes "YOU GET WHAT YOU PUT OUT" • Towards the middle of the book Bobby seemed just as needy as a female who lost her virginity to the high school jock. [...]

  • Nardsbaby Reader

    A Confused Disc JockeyOh my what a mess! Here we meet Bobby Dallas, an unassertive student at Howard University who starts "sleeping" with a girl who he's obviously afraid of! He moves to New York with Pearl gets a job blahblahblah she leaves he leaves and he goes on and on like this the entire book. In college Bobby and his best friend Faye had a liking for one another okay why they didn't get it on? At the end of the book they finally get together! The details about working in the radio indust [...]

  • Taleya

    well im still readn the book but what im reading is that it talk to a girl name pearl and he has a best friend that dnt like pearl because of the way she act but he was tryna to keep it on the dl but she found out and his best friend was disapointed n hi because she wanted to talk to at that time and after that she just moved on but still had feeling foe himter that pearl and him moved to new york and he got a job at a radio thing and pearl tryna be a model and now she just runing around dressin [...]

  • Deirdre Davis

    Finally Got It Right!I am very selective when it comes to what I spend time reading. There's been a few hit and misses but this ONE is a hit! "A Do Right Man" was a travel back in time to the 80s and 90s for me along with Bobby, Faye, Pearl, and the rest of the supporting cast. There's plenty of wisdom, fun, and growing pains while climbing the ladder of success. I had to keep reading to see Bobby finally get it right! Good stuff, Mr. Tyree!

  • Tina

    Even at the end of this book, Bobby Dallas is annoying. Why would Faye have unprotected sex with a guy that she stated that she no longer trusted? They had not seen each other in years. You don't earn that kind of trust from long phone calls. Also, taking each other's word on their sexual health status? Foolish. This is one book I will not feel compelled to read or refer.

  • T'Laina D.

    This book was a good read. I just finished re-reading it, I read it once when I was younger. Is it me: does this foretell the format of a present day radio host? This host is no longer on the air :(. Not his lifestyle but the show format. hmmmm

  • Tim

    A very good story that would have been better if Bobby were less of a pansy. Nonetheless, there are some truly excellent moments in this novel with only the timidness of the main character preventing the highest rating.

  • Reneka

    This book was very well written and made me think alot about what i want to be in my future!

  • Afrijewel

    This I remember reading in high school, senior year. It is a really good read it was an introduction to so much more of what I was trying to get my hands on a read.

  • Pamela

    Read back when first released.

  • Aisha

    now man need kinda to read that book if want to be in a real relationship or just want to be a player but you can not be a player to someone who was a player

  • Shanice

    This was probably entertaining in the 90s, but in 2013 this book was just blah.

  • Chineka Williams

    The journey that Omar Tyree takes you on in this book is great. It's nice to see how Bobby matures in many ways.

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  • Marilyn Diamond

    I really could not get into Tyree's work much but he was one of few african american authors at the time so I made myself read him.Enjoy it - not

  • d. nikole

    Quite long and not very interesting.

  • Synthia Green

    I couldn't get into it or finish it.

  • Deanna Campbell

    I really enjoyed this book. The characters were very relatable. Omar Tyree did not disappoint!!!

  • Joshlyn

    so far its a good book, a lot of things have happened so far. i wont tell what, that would ruin the book. but its a good book

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