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William Fredrick Cooper|Best Selling Author

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GD's i Artist Presents... 

Bestselling Author, William Frederick Cooper.He will discuss his life in literary, and his most recently released novel, UNBREAKABLE A Love Ballad. Click the link,or: ON DAY OF SHOW ONLY: Call in to speak with the host (347) 215-7169.

UNBREAKABLE (A Love Ballad) is the third installment of the William McCall saga, introduced in the critically acclaimed Six Days in January, and the Essence bestselling There’s Always a Reason.

In a heartfelt story, we reenter the life of William McCall on Valentine’s Day, seven years after the death of Linda (Lucky) Woodson. Drowning in his sorrows while struggling, he meets Keisha Gray, a Michigan schoolteacher visiting the Big Apple to end an affair with married Carl Austin, a powerful New York Attorney with an obsessive temper. Linked by their love for Michael Jackson, together they sift through the wounds
that death, emotional baggage and physical trauma bring to find love. But will it come at a price too high for either of them to pay?

Highly emotional and embedded with powerful messages, Unbreakable is a love ballad that explores adversity, the human connection, what it takes to heal a broken heart and pays tribute to one of the greatest entertainers who ever lived, Michael Jackson.

“Certain writers can cook. But other writers know how to delight the senses. William Fredrick Cooper takes it one step further and tantalizes us with UNBREAKABLE. An emotional, enjoyable read, from the very first page to the last taste you will find yourself wanting more. The characters are well crafted and the story will resonate long after we are finished the literary journey. This author has an ear for words akin to MJ’s ear for rhythm. Thank you, William, forgiving us a book that is both impossible to put down and as addictive as the intro to ‘Billie Jean.’”

 

 

 

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