In recognition of Marc Curtis Little’s ten years as an independently published author, both Faithful Servants: Rescue from the Rebellion and After Obama on sale for $10 if ordered from the website.




FAITHFUL SERVANTS: Special 2nd Edition
The second edition of Faithful Servants has more content and the characters have more definition. It’s so nice, we had to do it twice!

Faithful Servants: Rescue from the Rebellion is a novel that depicts the aftermath of the urban violence that occurred in more than 150 cities in the United States during the mid-1960s.

The overwhelming turmoil created the need for a comprehensive report from a commission appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson to study the causes of societal breakdown, racial tensions, and riots. Scores of residents in the rebellion-torn communities—plagued by police brutality, unequal educational opportunities, economic deprivation, and governmental malfeasance—worked to clean up their immediate surroundings.

High school basketball superstar Nehemiah Garvey and his nationally celebrated coach Mickey Marcus want to do the same in their predominantly African American city. Their aggressive tactics, however, create discontent within Garvey’s large circle of friends and among many Jewish associates of Marcus, which disrupts a long-standing, yet complicated brotherhood… READ MORE


“An engaging tale that combines sports, religion, and politics.”
–Kirkus Reviews (read the full review here)


Faithful Servants (Rescue from the Rebellion) by Marc Curtis Little falls into the genre of historical social issues; this is a book that would appeal most to a diverse audience of young adults and adults who enjoy historical fiction and stories that take place in the sixties. The story is centered on the urban violence that occurred in 150 different cities, racism, and riots in the United States of America. The people who lived in communities affected by the violence began to work to clean up…”
–Publishers Weekly Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews (read the full review here)






After Obama is a novel that follows Forrestville, Florida mayor Curt Felton Jr., an avowed capitalist who once owned a business that earned millions, an undergraduate of a historically Black college, and a person whose life is led by his spirituality. Though Felton is the first African American chief executive officer of the city named after one of the first leaders of the Ku Klux Klan, he manages the city with non-racial centrist principles while supporting equal pay for women, tax cuts for small businesses, higher minimum wages and school choice. Felton has disdain for a number of planks in the platforms of both the Democratic and Republican parties, which endears him to voters across the country, who actively recruit him to run for President of the United States… READ MORE







2018 Awards Ceremony – New Orleans – Friday, June 22