“Change Rising,” the story of a racially charged Homecoming election, now available in Kindle, Nook and Paperback

CHANGE RISING PROOF 3 (1) copy

I am pleased to announce the release of my latest novel, Change Rising.  This book, the second of the Scope series, is available online in both Kindle, Nook and Paperback.  My publisher, Sarah Book Publishing, provides this teaser for the story:

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It has been nearly a year since Jay Ferragamo inherited the Editor’s chair of The Scope, and much has changed. Botched coverage of a cheating scandal has led the staff to be hesitant, but rumblings of discontent have made caution an unaffordable luxury. When outspoken Student Government Senator DeMarcus Milton levels accusations of racial bias in the Homecoming elections, it sends shock waves throughout the campus, the city, and the staff of The Scope itself. Now, Jay finds himself in the impossible position of having to balance his Editorial promise to do what’s best for the student body against what he knows is best for the entire community.

Making matters worse are the machinations of Student Government President Tasha Davidson and Advisor Frank Hoversham, whose efforts to send a message to Milton have unintended, and potential explosive consequences. In order to cover this powder keg, Jay must patch this staff back together, and help everyone to see that change Milton is attempting to bring is far more noble than any personal ambitions or vendettas he may hold. In order for this change to rise, Jay has the most important, and dangerous job of all; changing minds.

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