journey100years is a website established within the heart and mind of the Author Mark L Baynard. Mark is passionate about making a positive difference in our society. Mark released the books “100 Years: A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle” and “These Are Your Flowers.” Both books are available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00TLXK5L6. Also availabe on barnesandnobles.com and booksamillion.com. Mark established his own Imprint “In Pursuit of Freedom Publishing” under which he released his books. Mark has plans of releasing other works under his Imprint. Mark plan on using this site as a platform to post encouraging and motivational words for all. His goal is to assist teenagers as well as adults who may be facing challenges in life. Some of the issues that journey100years will address are: rehabilitation, drugs use/abuse, conflict resolution, peer pressure, self-esteem, bullying, relationships, and the high recidivism rate among juveniles as well as adults.
Mark will use his personal experiences, as a troubled teenager, as an example to learn from his mistakes. The purpose of journey100years is to a light during times of darkness. The title of journey100years does have a meaning behind the name. The word “journey” represents that walk through life and the challenges that life present during that time. The words “100 years” are symbolic and represent the continued cycle of delinquent & criminal behavior which eventually leads to prison.
Mark’s YouTube Channel is http://www.youtube.com/c/MarkBaynard
By Tonja McKeithen on April 8, 2015 on Amazon This is an amazing book! I read it in less than 2 days. This is a story that should be shared with not only men and women but our teenagers today. Mark unfolds his broken pieces in this book that others may not take the journey … Continue reading Tonja McKeithen
By Richard Lang on April 20, 2015 Memoir of an inner city youth who grew up in the projects and on the street. As a preteen drug user, Mark’s ambition was to be a hustler, and he made it happen. After he was busted and sent to prison the first time, he returned to the … Continue reading Richard Lang
By Jeff on June 13, 2015 This book is a must read for anyone who has mad wrong choices in their life. Mark offers inspiration through his story of a youthful offenders journey trying to make it from hustling and dealing instead of honest work. After some growing up and maturing in one place you don’t … Continue reading Jeff Rincon
By samantha l mayweather on May 5, 2015 Excellent book! This book is a must read for all youths. Mark does a great job depicting the struggles of everyday life for many teens. He also describes how choices early on in life can derail a teen’s future for many years. Overall Mark does a great … Continue reading Samantha Mayweather
By Lizz Acosta Pearson on June 15, 2015 I enjoyed this book immensely. It gave me a real insight into the mind of a young man trapped in an unforgiving lifestyle. I would recommend this book to anyone, but especially troubled youth. This book is about the authors struggle and redemption through a desire to … Continue reading Lizz Pearson
By L.M. on March 22, 2015 This book brings hope to this generation. Whatsoever your personal circumstances, hope in God can make it better. Keep Hope!
By Timaiya Peak on February 15, 2015 I just read this book and must say its one of the best books I’ve read in my life.
By Truth on May 7, 2015 This book was both poignant and educational. Very well written and an especially good read..
By Shenta Cheeks on September 28, 2015 This is an amazing book by an amazing author. I really enjoyed reading this book and would recommend this book to many. Reading of his life from childhood to adulthood could really inspire one to change for the better. Overall it was an excellent book, and I look forward to … Continue reading Shenta Cheeks
By Gabrielle on December 17, 2015 I received a copy of this book free from the good-reads first-reads program. I really enjoyed the story and I thought that Marks honesty was incredible. Anyone looking for a book that is a non-fiction and is looking for an honest, inspiring story should read this book.