The New book “Finding Purpose: Boogie’s Story” is available Now on Amazon for Pre-Order. The released date is April 27, 2018. This is an African American Urban Fiction. The character Boogie is a teenager who is caught up in the streets. He must make decisions in his life that will change the course of the rest of his life. Will Boogie make a change or will he just learn another hard lesson.
Good morning everyone! Due to the conditions in some of our communities such as the violence, drugs, black on black crime, and even high prison rate; I’ve decided to offer my book “100 Years: A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle” for FREE in eBook. This is a limited time offer! This is an amazing true story of how Mark overcame a very destructive life. Mark shares some of the many struggles that he faced as a teenager. Mark was raised in a housing project with his singled parented mother. Mark will give you a clear picture of his experience on the streets as well as in prison. After being released from prison Mark was on a mission to make the best of the rest of his life. While reflecting over his life, Mark realized that his family collectively wasted more than one hundred years in prison. Mark is now on a journey to end the cycle of crime and prison within his family as well as in the community. This is an inspirational story that may help high school students,college students, as well as adults. Mark now works with troubled teenagers in order to prevent some of them from making the same mistakes that he made. My hope is that others may read my story and become inspired to make positive changes in their life. Get this FREE eBook and share this story with the world. Just follow the link and place the Coupon Code which offers a 100% discount on the eBook. Click the apply discount code and put in the code (S8XEFLA2ZP).
Good morning everyone! While reflecting over my life,realized that I made a lot of mistakes. I’ve done several things that went against some of the things that my mother taught me. I can remember standing on those dangerous street corners of Riverside Projects in Wilmington, Delaware. I sold drugs as well as used them. I took trips to Philadelphia and New York City in order to make a quick flip.I lived a completely reckless life. In my book “100 Years” http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00TLXK5L6, I explained how I continued taking risk with my life and ended up learning things the hard way. As I fast forward back to 2015, some of our youth are doing the same things I did or even worse. My question is: Is there hope for our youth? As parents; are we doing all that we can in order to guide, teach, and set a good example for our youth to follow? On the other hand, should we give- up on our youth and allow them to learn the hard way? Let me know your thoughts!