Floyd Stewart Jr.’s New Book “Chasing the American Dream” is an Evocative Collection of Short Stories and Poems Told from the Perspective of a Ninety-Two-Year-Old Man

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Recent release “Chasing the American Dream” from Page Publishing author Floyd Stewart Jr. is a compilation of musings from ninety-two-year-old Corey James, who goes by the nickname Spend a Dollar. The short stories range in topics from the everyday interactions of young boys to the controversial lynching of Charles Johnson.

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Floyd Stewart Jr. has completed his new book “Chasing the American Dream”: an entertaining and sometimes thought-provoking collection of slice-of-life essays written in the unique voice of ninety-two-year-old Corey James.

Corey James speaks of a man named Zell Vickio, a man who was always seeking wise council. A man who left the mob and lived to tell the story to others. Then Corey James speaks of a book writer named Floyd Stewart, who wrote the book “Revenge for Charles Johnson’s Lynching.” Out of that book came a controversial subject: the Percentage Man. Was the Percentage Man one-third white, one-third black, one-third Indian? Was the Percentage Man 100 percent white, 100 percent black, 100 percent Chinese, 100 percent Japanese?

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Floyd Stewart Jr.’s collection of poems and essays bring the reader into through time into Corey James’s experiences over the course of nearly a century in America.

Readers who wish to experience this provocative work can purchase “Chasing the American Dream” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:

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