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Pearson Media Group is partnering with Joseph Davies to turn his book into a screenplay to highlight his story of life-changing experiences, from the insanity of a personality disorder to the recovery of becoming a better character.

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Pearson Media Group, known for its indie and freelance style screenplays, delights in Joseph Davies’ book, “From Insanity to Prominence.” Its message of hope makes it worthy to be made into a screenplay as it emphasizes how the author battled his demons through his faith in God. This enlightening work will be pitched to top Hollywood producers and directors.
This time, the agency will be collaborating with Jose Zambrano Casella, a world class renown cinematographer, director, and editor with 25 years of experience in his belt and over 450 national and international credits. With him, this book of faith and hope will be shared to the whole world.
This is the spiritual autobiography of Davies who once suffered from a Bipolar disorder. He went through life battling his demons. Because he did not succumb to it, he finally found himself victorious with his special connection to Jesus. By his continuous flow of meditations and deep prayers, coupled with psychological and psychiatric therapies, he was helped by God and delivered him out from the hands of the enemy.
This is a pure story of God’s redemption. In today’s churches and society, it still takes time to rise up and stand as a witness of God’s wondrous works and Jesus’ miracles. Through a man’s living faith, little by little, he will rise higher than his doubts in life. The moment is now! Read this to spread the word of a prophet that witnessed God’s love.
“From Insanity to Prominence”
Written by Joseph Davies
About the Author:
The author was born to a family of fourteen children by his parents James and Jane Davies, of the city of Pleebo, Maryland County of the West African nation, Liberia. Due to economic and social hardships, he and his brothers left their parents to join relatives in the nation’s capital Monrovia during the early and mid fifties for upbringing and support. He was the only sibling sent to live as a foster child with non-biological relatives, two of which were religious leaders, who installed Christian and religious disciplines during his early begin.
After many years of struggles, trying to acquire education, funded in part at his expense because his parent could not afford, the author suffered nervous breakdown, diagnosed with Bi-polar Disorder. This, he endured throughout his late teenage years when he migrated to the United States in his early twenties in late 1969 to pursue medical treatment and higher education. After a brief stay in New York City, he migrated to Baltimore, Maryland where he enrolled at the University of Baltimore (UB), to obtain a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration, with post-graduate studies for a Master of Science degree in Business Economics.
After obtaining academic studies at UB, the author was employed with several business companies to provide financial, marketing, and management services to Small Minority Business Enterprises, who sought contracts with large majority firms. He also negotiated loans, and formulated business plans for small companies seeking capital for expansion from commercial banks and the United States Small Business Administration, SBA.
Thereafter, he organized and established his own licensed company, Dominion Mortgage Company, to access residential and commercial mortgage loans on behalf of individuals and businesses. Sensing his Call to Sacred Vocation, the author enrolled with the University of the South at Swansee, Tennessee, where he took Biblical, Theological studies by Extension as he discerned his Call to Sacred Vocation in the Episcopal Church of the Diocese of Maryland. When denied entrance to Postulency, he was admitted to the Ecumenical Institute of Theology (EI), of Saint Mary’s Seminary and University, where he earned a Master of Arts Degree in General Theology, and later, an Advanced Degree in Systemic Theology.
He is a Set Apart Deacon in the Order of Saint Stephen Deacon, OSSD, and a Deacon at Peoples’ Community Evangelical Lutheran Church, of Baltimore, Maryland, where he preaches the Gospel, the Word of God. The author is married to Linda C. Davies since the past four decades, a father of three daughters, and seven grand children. When his book is published, he intends to serve as an Itinerary Preacher of the Word of God, by going out to tell how much God hath done for him.


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