The following editorial in Publishing Perspectives by Richard Charkin, Director of Bloomsbury and President of the International Publishers Association (IPA), highlights the dangers faced by publishers worldwide in their fight against Global corporate […]
“Yeah! I do have a better idea! I think we should skip Praia and head directly to Senegal or Guinea and get the whole thing over with so we can head on back to Jamaica. There’s no sense in this kind of a risk just cuz you want to say you’ve been to Cape Verde Islands,” I said.
I like the last one the best by far! Why? Two reasons: #1 Because I think that some if not many readers might be a little intimidated with the review process […]
Morris, whose African name was Diallo Sefu (sword), was born in Portuguese Guinea near the capital, Bissau, to a relatively wealthy family of an Asanti tribe. As a child he learned the […]
Select Reviews of Jack Book One Including Top Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer Grady Harp’s 5-star review.(Updated Sept. 24, 2017)
Please read the rest of the post which has several reviews and get Jack Book 1 free here – Jack Book One Free. 5.0 out of 5 stars ‘A man never rises so high […]
Nicely done combining thought-provoking illustrations with a T.S. Eliot masterpiece. Brought to mind my UMass days long ago and The Wasteland.
Jack: Book 2 is a rollicking high-seas adventure. Schoolmaster Jerome Whittemore – a former ‘preacher’ on slave ships – quits teaching after a devastating classroom humiliation at the hands of Jack and […]
Jack: Book 1 & 2 in the Trilogy – The Battle Begins & Murder on the High Seas -Read Free Now on Wattpad
In the beginning, Jack conspires with his best friend, Jeremy, to undermine his racist, secessionist teacher’s efforts to poison the minds of his young students with his benefits-of-slavery lectures. Will the students […]
I decided today to serialize The Jack Trilogy on Wattpad (the first chapters of Book 1 were uploaded today Dorion’s Wattpad Site). The work, expected to be completed in December, 2016, follows […]
The following comment I made on Gordon A Wilson’s blog today and thought that the discussion Wilson’s post generated would benefit the multitude of indie authors who struggle to keep their heads […]