Why do some individuals capture our attention, while others do not? What makes us different? Is there a reason underlying how a person should be?
This book introduces readers to the “life of Eric Reese,” entitled “There and Now”, a book series written to illustrate life growing up in America as an African-American in the mid 70’s leading throughout the 1980s. Through consecutive hooks and necessary stages of personal development, Eric desires to reach his ultimate goal of bringing readers back to reality about what it’s like being different than others and having to struggle to find his place in society. His life takes a unique journey through desegregation, self-reliance, and patience. Eric gives you a rare glimpse into what many young people tend to hide from their parents until it’s too late and irrevocable.
There and Now is a story for every person who lives in a society that does not feel like they are a part of it. The everyday social structure stemming from peer pressure and favoritism have enveloped many into roles unworthy of mention. Written for parents, students, teenagers, and counselors eager to learn more about the things that count especially in regards to introverts, this book gives readers:
– Practical insights to behaviors commonly displayed amongst American teenagers and parenting habits of many Western-raised families.
– Actionable steps for addressing issues that Westerners face unlike other societies throughout the world.
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Eric Reese is a graphic designer, blogger, artist, and writer who worked on projects for Coca-Cola, Lexus Films, Huawei and other companies known worldwide. He authored, most recently, the “THERE AND NOW” book series and The Ten Facts of Life. His book series, THERE AND NOW is currently published in 8 different countries and was recently endorsed by Huffington Post and The Book Review. His work has helped and motivated other upcoming Generation X-writers to pencil their experiences through writing and blogging.