Tuesday, August 30, 2016

#AUTHORSPOTLIGHT #NEWBOOKALERT #CHILDREN The Adventures of Melvin Walker by Myron Campbell @wnlbooktours

Welcome to the Author's Spotlight. 

Today I'm featuring Children's Author 
Myron Campbell 

Myron Campbell is an author, tech enthusiast, and producer for film and television. Born in Queens, NY in 1974, Myron’s family moved to South Carolina when he was in seventh grade. There he completed high school and a little college, playing lots of baseball and aspiring to make it to the big leagues one day. His passion for the entertainment industry, however, was just too strong, and he eventually moved back to New York, taking a starting position in the music industry. After a while, he decided to go looking for bigger fish to fry, founding his own advertising firm with some colleagues, which operated for around two years before relocated to Virginia Beach, got married, and started a family.

Myron’s latest book is titled The Adventures of Melvin Walker: Melvin Goes to the Ballpark. A diehard baseball fan after all these years, Melvin Goes to the Ballpark is one of many bedtime stories that Myron has told his children over the years, and he has put it into writing at the encouragement of his wife. Melvin is a city kid who goes on adventures, and along the way, he always learns a lesson or two about values and decision making.

Myron, his loving wife, daughter, and two sons still live in Virginia Beach today. Myron writes often and still puts on his baseball mitt nearly as much as he did when he was a teenager.

The Adventures of Melvin Walker: Melvin Goes To The Ballpark 

This book tells a story about Melvin, an inner-city child, who has many different adventures. In this particular story, Melvin and a group of his friends head to the neighborhood baseball field where they are approached by some kids bigger and possibly better than them. However, Melvin and his friends don't allow that to get to them. They end up playing the kids and during that time, they learn some valuable lessons on sportsmanship and making the right decisions.

To learn more about Myron visit his website 

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