A True Story of Second Chances and Almost Blowing It Out Again
Peter Ebanks shares the story of how he got into prison and how he almost went back to it right after being released.
As a great philosopher once said, the end justifies the means. But if you want to realize your dreams without spending some time in prison, then you better start thinking about the right way of doing things.
As a great philosopher once said, the end justifies the means. But if you want to realize your dreams without spending some time in prison, then you better start thinking about the right way of doing things. At least thatís what Peter Ebanks has learned throughout his journey, which he shares in his book entitled True Confession: Close Call Back to Prison.
Just like all of us, Peter Ebanks is a man with a big dream. He wants to become wealthy someday. To do so, he worked hard at his job in the electrical field in the hopes that he will earn more than his fill. In order to earn extra money, he also sold cocaine due to the advice of some bad friends. When he thought he can make it on his own, he quit his electrical job and ventured into the clothing business. But all his efforts at making money have not yielded enough wealth so far.
Until one day, he was busted and sent to jail due to the illegal possession of cocaine. While serving his time behind bars, he was diagnosed with schizophrenia because he canít cope up with his life in prison. Hence, when he was later released, he got a job as an electrical inspector where he abstracted electricity from the local power company, which increases the possibility of him becoming a prisoner again.
†Is the realization of his dream worth serving prison the second time around? Or will he be saved from further challenges? Thatís what you have to find out in the book, True Confession: Close Call Back to Prison.
This book will be displayed in the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair. It will be held on October 14 Ė 18, 2015 at the Frankfurt Trade Fairgrounds in Frankfurt, Germany. You can check out the book, along with several materials from the author, during the event.
True Confession: A Close Call Back to Prison
Written by Peter Ebanks
Kindle | $ 3.99
Nook Book | $ 3.99
Paperback | $ 15.99
Book copies are available at www.xlibris.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Peter Ebanks is a licensed electrician who lives in Oscar Islands. He comes from a family of seven, which includes five girls and two boys. He loves his wife and four children; three girls and one boy. And he enjoys his profession in the electrical industry. But most of all, he likes to write stories that can entertain and help people learn important lessons in life. Someday, he wants to become one of the best writers in the world so that every reader will enjoy every page of his book from start to finish.
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