William Fredrick Cooper is the author of Six Days in January, the Essence bestselling and African-American Literary Award nominated There’s Always a Reason, and One Season (in Pinstripes), a unique account of the 2009 World Championship season of the New York Yankees.
Reared on Staten Island, he presently resides in Brooklyn, New York. The proud father of a lovely daughter named Maranda, Mr. Cooper is a member of St. Philips Baptist Church in Staten Island, and was the Secretary of Brother 2 Brother Symposium, Inc., a program that encouraged black men and young adults to read fiction literature.
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.
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