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Author, Charles Burgess from Milwaukee. Charles has tried many jobs from selling cars to bank products for State Farm Insurance. His biggest fear in life is not living long enough to meet his goal of writing 100 books.
Charles has traveled to many states and doesn’t want to make his home in one place. His new goal is to share his novels all over the world and even try and attempt to do a children’s series. His first book HOMIES is still available online along with his other titles. He was featured on the front page of the Milwaukee Journal in the article, “Telling Stories from the Streets,” which you can find on JS Online archives. The article talked about Charles and the gritty tale of street fiction and the growing popularity of the genre.
Charles plans on releasing part two of his Ghetto Soprano series and also a newly finished novel titled Cocaine Castle-The Knook Barrow Story, this year. He also plans to tackle the seriousness of domestic violence through a fiction novel entitled Bittersweet- ‘Til Death Do We Part.
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