Did you ever spend an unplanned night in a wild jungle? How about three nights? Here is a link to my story. I had been exploring wilderness my whole life (some of […]
“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.
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 […]
Official Publication Date: August 20, 2015 Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with address details between August 19, 2015 and August 23 and I will send you one free softcover. Also, please follow this […]
Book 1 of “Jack” is now available at Amazon: Teachers: Check out volume deals on my Booklaunch site: 1 THE BATTLE IS JOINED Crawling up alongside the red wooden façade of the […]
“A criminal matter you say? Oh heavens. Well okay then, a minute shouldn’t hurt none,” my mother said. “I’ll take you straight up.”
Teachers: Promotion for “Jack, Part 1” – My New Novel That Will Have Students Hungering For Parts 2 & 3
Below are two deals: But first I want to tell you that, as a New York City high school teacher of English and history from 2000 to 2013, I have a strong […]
English, History & Humanities Teachers: Win class set of “Jack” – see below for guidelines and link to a free PDF for critique purposes. Deadline for teacher reviews extended until September 25. […]
Well, I finally am nearly ready to publish my antebellum Charleston, S.C., novel, Jack, after about a dozen years. Actually I will be coming out with the Part 1 in the trilogy […]
The Lucky Lobsters is a children’s book that will make a youngster think about the foods people eat. It instills empathy towards the plight of animals and helps them understand that all creatures have a family system.
This book is for animal lovers everywhere!
-Eugene Harding, NYC school psychologist