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The News We Have Been Waiting For: Storm Over South Central

Ladies, gentlemen and all you good folks out there…….THE MOMENT IS ALMOST HERE!

The Storm has been unleashed, which means it’s time to share what’€™s inside the much anticipated anthology by author Charles L. Chatmon.

Chatmon, a refreshing voice in the world of modern poetry and author of The Depths of My Soul & The Voices of South Central returns with engaging short stories and thought provoking poems.

Read Storm over South Central€ and discover the thoughts he writes about in this volume filled with verses and tales of despair, stories of hope. It will also reveal a lot about American society -€“ its strengths, its flaws and its people. This is a literary journey you will enjoy taking.

Storm over South Central from Adrolite Press.

BEFORE I LET THIS BAD BOY GO: There are a few things everyone should know before I release Storm to the reading public. A release date will be announced soon. Because of the pandemic still in effect, any book signings will be online. Pricing, etc will be also announced at a later date. Make no mistake about it this time! Storm Over South Central is finally completed and ready for public consumption! (smile)

I can’t wait, and I hope you can’t wait either.

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Posted by on September 30, 2021 in Uncategorized

 

Thoughts on a String Podcasts; Sept 13-17

Recent podcasts by Charles for his YouTube channel.

A few thoughts on the communicative styles of a certain online medium and the audience’s response to them.

A video essay focusing on ‘wild imaginations’ which are too good to be true in a society.

Disclaimer: You will not like what I’m going to talk in this video entry but it must be said. The reaction of one American track ‘star’ after finishing last in a competition is a symptom of the superficiality in sports today. This essay explains why.

Is it worth the overconfidence to become a track star? This entry tries to answer the question with a surprise of a sprinter who learned their lesson the hard way.

 
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Posted by on September 12, 2021 in Uncategorized

 
 
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