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About Me

by on June 26, 2015

I am a professional writer, copy editor and writing coach. I have experience in writing manuscripts and creative writing for a publishing company, KG Books. I have expertise in book marketing and publ ... more

The Making of a Gangster

by on July 23, 2014

My latest novel, The Making of a Gangster, was recently released. Those who are reading it have had positive comments about it, and are enjoying the book. Purchase The Making of a Gangster in paper ... more

Chapter 3 - 'The Making of a Gangster'

by on March 09, 2014

"Sup little homie?" A teenage 135th Street Gangster Crip Gang member named Playboy asked as he passed Antoine. "What's up?" Antoine responded in an admiringly way as he sat on his bike in front of ... more

Chapter 2 - 'The Making of a Gangster'

by on March 09, 2014

During the years immediately following the creation of the 135th Street Gangster Crip Gang, the willingness of its members to commit crimes for monetary gain and street credibility had many negative r ... more

Chapter 1 - 'The Making of a Gangster'

by on March 09, 2014

Hawthorne was a suburb of the city of Los Angeles, both of which were located in Los Angeles County. It encompassed an area of approximately six square miles between Los Angeles International Airport ... more

Prologue - 'The Making of a Gangster'

by on March 09, 2014

Los Angeles County, California was considered the gang capital of the world because the gang problem in Los Angeles had reached epidemic levels. Young men and women were willing to inflict harm upon p ... more

Be Innovative

by on November 02, 2013

Ever since I was a child who sometimes went to work with my mother at her job in corporate America, I have wanted to be a businessman. I liked the environment. The idea that people could sit behind de ... more

Arrogance Kills Reason

by on November 02, 2013

Many people who know me feel that I am a highly intelligent person. I don't disagree with that contention because I know that it is true. As such, I find it extremely annoying when people insist upon ... more

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