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This is Marc
Marc Curtis Little is a four-time Next Generation Indie Book Awards winner who has been writing professionally since 2008. His writing is fueled by his experiences growing up during the 1950s and 1960s, along with his work as a media journalist, radio and television talk show host and public relations counselor.
His thought-provoking story arcs range from modern-day political thrillers to historical fiction. Marc truly loves history, politics and sports.
• Marc believes in fervent prayer. • Marc is a quick study.
• Marc is a proud independently published author.
• Marc uses his acting experience to develop character dialogue.
• Marc accepts invitations to speak at book club meetings and book fairs/festivals.
• Marc signs his books with pens that dispense purple ink, the color that is associated with creativity, wisdom, devotion, peace, independence, grandeur, royalty, nobility, ambition and dignity.
• Marc’s cerebral approach to writing is bolstered by his wife’s accomplished educational credentials.
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!
Nehemiah Garvey is a man of faith and a high school basketball star in Newark, New Jersey. It’s the 1960s and the city has been torn apart by riots (or rebellions, depending on one’s perspective). Nehemiah wants to keep playing ball at Weequahic High School, where the talented Mickey Marcus is the coach. But Mickey is the only… READ MORE
CONSPIRACY! CONSPIRACY! CONSPIRACY!
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… READ MORE
It would make sense that a published author would be an advocate for reading. Speaking in general, I find that to be true. However, when specifics are applied, published writers seem to lack enthusiasm when it comes to developing a…
Women from all walks of American society have led movements of various kinds since the formation of the Republic. The names of Deborah Samson and Molly McCauley are probably not familiar, but some fondly recall the achievements of Lydia Maria…
There is little doubt that the 1960s experienced more notable firsts than in any other decade in history. Whether it was government, entertainment or business, the most eye-opening of firsts most likely occurred during that era. Sports on a number of levels picked up…
Lifetimes offer longtime propositions and redemption is on the list of those overtures. A person’s standing in society rises and falls—and vice versa—over a long period due to changes in attitude and environment. One of the characters during the 1960s who…