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My Personal War Within
My Personal War Within takes readers to Birmingham, Alabama, during the 50s and 60s and the turbulent days of the Jim Crow Laws, the Ku Klux Klan, and the John Birch Society. These were difficult times for those growing up black in a country, who were struggling to give identity to a race that played such an important part of its infrastructural growth.
In this book, Ted Bagley carries the readers on a ride through his life from the sometimes racist streets of southern cities like Birmingham to corporate America where he is today. He skillfully shows how family values, relationships, the military, and education are tool kits to his success.
The Demolition of Democracy
The Demolition of Democracy was motivated by what the author views as a disappearing moralistic value gene in the body and soul of America with new realities developing every day under the new Trump administration. Taken from a personal standpoint with inputs from the blue-collar workers and the international opinions, the book gives substance to what Bagley sees as the administration’s failure and sheer disregard for the needs of the nation and the country’s desperate need for a sound domestic and international leadership.
At its core, The Demolition of Democracy encourages readers — especially the people of America — to scrutinize not only the president but all government leaders and their capacity to serve. It is a call-to-action for everyone to vote, educate themselves and let their voices be heard.
Set in the poorest neighborhoods of Chicago, Trapped tells the story of a family’s triumph to tragedy. Follow A.J. through the ups and downs in relationships and the values he learned in the process. The family values of AJ, keep him out of harm’s way for most of his journey but his poor decision-making seals his fate. Trapped shows how the dark side of relationships, family and community had such an adverse affect on the personal failures of this character. In retrospect, A.J. is more like many of us than we want to admit.
Authors' Tribute Interview | Ted Bagley
Writers’ Branding presents Authors’ Tribute Interview, a 5-part series featuring some of our most esteemed authors. Draw inspiration from the lives of the people behind the books that have touched our hearts and urged us to make a difference. In the first episode, Ted Bagley joins us for an uplifting talk about his life and how he navigated through success despite experiencing social injustices.
Celebrated Author Launches New Site
Ted Bagley steps into new era of book marketing
PEMBERTON, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, August 11, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Author Ted Bagley recently launched his new website at www.editorsfavorite.com. The new site transports readers into the world of Bagley’s books revealing the hard truths of life in modern America and the corporate world.
Dedicated to his books, the new site features a quick look into his available books, the available stores to purchase them and a relatively easy way of contacting the author. Read more
Hollywood Book Reviews
For centuries the struggle for equality between those of different ethnicities has been a battle that many have fought. One of the greatest struggles, in our modern times especially, is to get people to understand that equal rights for the black community does not take away from the white community.
As Maya Angelou once said, “It is impossible to struggle for civil rights, equal rights for blacks, without including whites. Because equal rights, fair play, justice, are all like the air: we all have it, or none of us has it. That is the truth of it.” Read more
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