Set in the late 1970's, Author Kevin “Coach” Brown’s novel From Ghetto to Greatness is a masterpiece of storytelling that grabs your attention from the very beginning. Once you... More > are pulled into the protagonist’s Jerome Green’s world, you are whisked away with him through the perils of teenage drug addiction and living life with no parental guidance.
You will be pulling for Jerome all the way. The plot is fresh and intriguing; as opposed to the trite storyline of “I sold drugs, I was in a gang, I went to jail, and now I want to save the world.” The result of this brand new approach to urban literature is a book that is absolutly a must read for all.
It's just a wonderful story that will inspire you. It will make you laugh and sometimes want to cry.
Brown paints his characters brilliantly as they all come to life and have a cumulative effect on Jerome Green’s unsure future.
This is a book about unconditional love. The kind of love that is steady and strong. The kind that weathers all storms, forgives mistakes and spans boundaries to connect us. This is a book about you... More > and me and the people we hold most dear.< Less
When parents learn NLP they invariably say, "I wish I knew this stuff as a teenager." In this increasingly confusing, complex and competitive world teenagers need, more than ever, the... More > skills and resources they need to protect themselves while creating the life that they want. This means, Mum and Dad, that they're going to need to learn how to discover what is important to them, learn how to generate their own mental and emotional balance, and learn how to find their own purposes and achieve their own goals. To this end there is no finer set of tools than Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). "Teenagers: Your Essential Guide to the Weird World of... Adults" will show your teenagers how to use language effectively, how to protect themselves from the impositions of others, and how to discover what is most important to them and translate their personal criteria into desirable, personal goals. Any questions? Here’s my email – email@example.com< Less