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PUBLISHED LITERATURE

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A NOVEL

IT'S TIME FOR MO

It's Time For Mo is the coming-of-age story of one man's transition from young adulthood to manhood. Morgan is twenty-two, and after four years of living with his aunt and uncle in the South; his life is about to change. Along his journey, he achieves his primary goals but confronts several unexpected events.

$17.95

Testimonials

I think the story is a beautiful story! As the opening lines suggest, I certainly was able to place a face with each of the book's characters. It’s a perfect book for anyone who enjoys the Young Adult category and those between their later years of high school and their college years.

 

My biggest takeaway is that even with the necessary support system around us, we can't always achieve the goals others have set for us, but we learn how to adjust them to our own standards and goals.

Ahmad Blair, a student at North Carolina A&T

KEEP ON MOVING

MY JOURNEY IN THE FOURTH QUARTER

KEEP ON MOVING

Ron Ancrum’s life had been relatively normal, and then his journey took an unexpected turn with unprecedented events. Using analogies from sports, he discusses critical life topics, especially applicable to those over the age of sixty, Keep On Moving is a memoir worth sharing!


Some sections are taken directly from journal entries after a health crisis, while other book chapters offer insight into social issues. He reflects on the experiences of anyone living in their fourth quarter - aging, retirement, and staying connected. And, it's reassurance for those of us like Ron, who are living with a chronic health issue.

$14.99

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Testimonials

I’ve just finished reading your book Keep on Moving and long before I arrived on the first full paragraph… I had already arrived at the description of your memoir: Realistically Optimistic. While reading, I never felt “sorrow” or “sadness” but rather realistic optimism filled with hope. I loved your authentic description of your childhood: tastefully honest with respect for your family. I wanted to read more while dreading the
fact that I was nearing the end.


The way you have incorporated music, faith, friendship, current events, politics and the pandemic was done very skillfully and well mastered.

Ronia Stewart, President & CEO, Garden of Eden & Associates, Inc.

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