LaWayne Williams’s “Penalty Flag on Life.” Number one draft pick Noah Boss is granted seven days by his newly acquired NFL team to settle the affairs of his murdered brother, but finding out who killed him makes returning to assured fame and wealth a difficult decision. A teenage oath he made to his deceased father has Noah struggling against the desire to seek revenge.
Edward Going’s “Kenny’s Summer.” African Americans have been an integral part of the history of the United States. Because many of these great Americans were not gifted orators or incredible athletes, they have faded away from our history books. In this book, I hope to bring some of these lesser-known African-Americans from history to life. I want readers to find inspiration in what these people had to endure and in what they were able to accomplish and contribute to our society.