For Immediate Release:
Author Michael E. Wright authorizes publisher to donate the proceeds from the first 1,000 sales of his new book Morgan House to Nana J’s Kitchen food pantry in the memory of his mother-in-law, Janeice Lawrence, on what would have been her 65th Birthday.
Plainfield resident and Author, Michael E. Wright announced today he will donate the proceeds from the first 1,000 sales of his new book Morgan House during the month of June to benefit the charity Nana J’s Kitchen. Nana J’s Kitchen is a local food pantry in the memory of his Mother-in-Law Janeice Lawrence. The money will be used to provide food baskets to needy military families during next month’s Independence Day celebrations.
“Nana J’s Kitchen was started in the memory of my mother-in-law. The 2 things she loved to do the most were cooking and reading” said Wright.“She was really big on giving back to the community and this is my way of honoring that”. According to Wright, for the first 1,000 copies of Morgan House sold in the month of June all the proceeds will go to Nana J’s Kitchen food pantry and be used to give food baskets to military families in need. The book Morgan House is a Sci-Fi Suspense Thriller and takes place in upstate New York” said author Michael E. Wright. If you like King, Koontz, Patterson or Barker you will love Morgan House (see summary below).
The publisher has released the first 3 chapters of the book as a teaser. You can read it at http://morganhouse.webs.com/
. The book can also be ordered on the website. The cost is $25 which includes shipping. Orders placed before June 15th will get a signed copy of the book, an invitation to the official launch party, and a picture with the author. For more info or interviews please contact Shannon Wright, email@example.com.
Morgan House is about the hauntingly chilling events in the life of defense attorney Reggie Billings. The book starts with a brief overview of Reggie’s quiet childhood in idyllic suburban Tanner New York until his mother became stricken with A.I.D.S and died causing young Reggie to move to the Bronx to live with his only remaining relative, his mother’s sister, Aunt Joanna. Growing up in the Bronx a teenage Reggie falls in with the wrong crowd. On the rough streets of the 80’s South Bronx Reggie and his best friend learn quickly the hard lesson of live fast and die young. Reggie loses his best friend in the process, and after that life changing event vows to change his life for the better.
Years later Reggie leaves the Bronx and returns to his hometown of Tanner with his wife Karen and their daughter Rebecca where Reggie buys the house he grew up in. Shortly after the Billings family settles in Rebecca is visited by a spirit possibly from Reggie’s past. Strange things begin to happen in the Billings home, and children in the town of Tanner start to disappear one by one. Reggie is haunted by distant memories that he can’t shake caused by eerier and hair raising messages being sent to him through his 6 year old daughter Rebecca. Reggie must uncover the secrets of his past and save the children of Tanner before all is lost.