Hamp’s Books that were due in 2015-17

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The following books have been published as noted. The Author, Codis Hampton II enjoyed himself so much while writing Unchon-ni, he wanted to offer three other books that he has been anxious to finish and released.

Author Codis Hampton II of Gracie Hall-Hampton, the Arkansas Years 1917-1953 now presents his fifth book, Misguided Intentions for your review. Annie Lee Holmes, MI’s central character is an enigma of herself. Add the rest of those coming in and out of the 1965-1975 storyline. Along with the issues, they bring with them, and you got a whirlwind of a tale of survival of the strongest. You can imagine the melting pot of individuals trying to findMI 3 Shot Copy and maintain their direction on the road to anywhere but their current environment. The one constant among them is they are all looking for a companion. Yet grown-ups and teenagers alike all have to avoid the obstacles of Civil Right issues, Viet Nam War, Sex, Drugs, Rhythm & Blues, etc. all the temptations that came with that era. Misguided Intentions, a 374-page novel that keeps you and the characters wondering, what the hell is next. MI is available at all book outlets in all formats at the Publisher, OutskirtsPress. Click on https://outskirtspress.com/MisguidedIntentions Please don’t forget to give the author your thoughts after you’ve read it.

 

 

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Moz Front CoverOur latest book, Remembering Moz, Gracie & John Hampton’s First- Born, was published October 23, of 2015.  It’s a look at the life, loves, and even rare disappointments of my father, Codis Hampton, Senior. Like Gracie Hall-Hampton, the Arkansas Years 1917-1953, it’s written with love from a very grateful son. Had it not been for his guidance, living example of how to live one’s life, yes, and even discipline when required, all delivered with love from his heart, I would not be here today writing these words. I hope to open up his life by showing all what his family and others thought of him. How much effect on others life he had. Where he came from, including his Roots as far back as the Civil War is detailed, all providing insight into his personality and faults. You only had to know him for a minute. From then on, you would remember him with a smile. Daddy was really “something else.”

Check out the authors and books web page for availability, format and prices at http://outskirtspress.com/webPage/isbn/9781478766056

 

 

 

9781478746232_cov.aiThe Episodic Thoughts of Hamp: is also on sale now. The Authors-Publishers page is at http://outskirtspress.com/webPage/isbn/9781478746232 The Episodic Thoughts of Hamp title is most revealing. This book will be filled with a compilation of opinions, observations, and Mr. Hampton’s personal life experiences written in a humorous fashion that has become the author’s favorite way of delivering his comments in blogs and articles. You will be introduced to two characters created by the author. Yes, Kyle and Jamal are two flies that just happen to be roaming Washington DC. You can just imagine the conversations those flies on the wall hear, observe and comment on.  It promises to be enjoyable reading and leaving you with a smile on your face as you can imaging the scene or environment about which you have read. Stay tu

The next book, a novel will be released no later than October of 2015.  It’s a look at the life, loves, and even rare disappointments of my father, Codis Hampton, Senior. Like Gracie Hall-Hampton, the Arkansas Years 1917-1953, it will be written with love from a very grateful son. Had it not been for his guidance, living example of how to live one’s life, yes, and even discipline when required, all delivered with love from his heart, I would not be here today writing these words. I hope to open up his life by showing all what his family and others thought of him. How much effect on others life he had. You only had to know him for a minute. From then on, you would remember him with a smile. Daddy was really “something else.”

 

 

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  1. J. Burgess says:

    Looking forward!

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