“The Book of U: Washington, DC’s Historical “U Street Corridor” (1940-1968) A Golden Era!”
Memories of Washington, DC’s U Street Corridor come to life in this vivid account of our nation’s capitol! The internationally famous “U Street Corridor” is located a mere ten city blocks from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW (The White House). Enjoy this historical African American Masterpiece Edition (10 x 14 Tabletop / hardback) designed to last 100+ years! A 7 x 9 paperback is available for all levels of classroom learning!
“Cops & Lovers: The Unspoken Truths about Crimes & Relationships!”
Detective Bishop Calloway is a tough no nonsense cop who investigates heinous crimes and dallies in a few romantic adventures along the way. His 500 pages of crime-fighting and questionable loves are unpredictable. (This novel acknowledges a new classification of writing identified as “Scholarly Fiction.” The classification was founded by Sir Wolfdogg Lanier-French in 2017. It is the first classification of its kind in the world . . . and Cops & Lovers is the first example written as so!)
Scholarly Fiction defined: (1) Personal Truths versus Personal Lies; (2) Written ideologies expressed with such imagination literary mindsets can’t judge content truths either way; and, (3) Inner thoughts publicly shared but never aligned to a specific origin.
Sir Lanier-French has traveled the world studying cultures. He has enjoyed immersing himself within various cultures and studying the human condition wherever he may be. He writes embracing books of history based on his enjoyment of learning new things while discovering connections with past. He has been writing for over 20 years . . . producing historical accounts of people, place, and things!
Sir Lanier-French discovered a special kind of writing to better enhanced the imagination of fictional mindsets. His newly discovered fiction is classified as “scholarly fiction” . . . and cautiously treads the middle ground between fact and fiction!