Archive for the ‘Autobiography, Biography, Memoirs’ Category

The Epitome of Fatherhood: The Life of Chester M. Whittaker

September 16th, 2009 literarychick No comments

<i>The Epitome of Fatherhood: The Life of Chester M. Whittaker</i> book coverUsing her father’s private papers, oral interviews, and her lifelong recollections, Celeste Whittaker lovingly presents Chester M. Whittaker’s childhood and college years in North Carolina and Virginia and his life as a family man, educator, coach, community leader, and church leader in New Jersey. Through her vibrant words, you meet an impressive man whose personal and professional achievements are truly inspirational and see the importance of strong father and daughter relationships.

Celeste E. Whittaker, a native of Willingboro, New Jersey, has been a sportswriter at the Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, since April 1998, where she’s covered the Philadelphia 76ers, college sports, as well as high school sports during her time there.

AHLP Books will release this new title mid October 2009. ISBN 978-0-9818939-4-5, paperback, US $20.00, pp. 112,  subject category—Biography & Autobiography. Pre-publication price is $10.00 with coupon PPS50 in AHLP’s online store. Pre-release sale expires November 30, 2009.

See Kenneth Brown talking about The System Versus the Law on Youtube.

May 27th, 2009 AHLP blog chief No comments

The System Versus the Law is a great book.  You should listen to Ken Brown talk about it.

Kenneth Brown Youtube playlist.

The man has courage. He spent nine years in jail after he was sentenced for a crime (actually two crimes) that he did not commit. Click the book cover to find out more.

Don Bragg talks about Kamp Olympik. Listen to his fantastic interview.

May 27th, 2009 AHLP blog chief No comments

Don Bragg won a gold medal in the 1960 Olympics, A pole vaulter from New Jersey. Went to Villanova. He likes to tell stories and wrote a great book, Kamp Olympik. Listen to him on Youtube. Don Bragg on Youtube. The first video in the playlist tells why he spelled it that way. He has a great story about Muhammad Ali too. The Greatest came to the camp in the NJ Pine Barrens. The kids mainly came from Newark, Jersey City. Some from Philadelphia.