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- Eagle Eye Book Shop: Killer kudzu Book Signing
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- Address: 2076 N Decatur Rd, Decatur, GA 30033
- Eagle Eye Book Shop: Phone: (404) 486-0307
- Killer Kudzu Book Trailer: https://youtu.be/3j35PA67oEg
Julius JE Thompson Biography!
Julius JE Thompson grew up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York and attended Bushwick High School. The sixties in Brooklyn was an era that had a personality, a feel, and a life-force that changed a generation. Mr. Thompson felt this energy and experienced these fires of social change.
Mr. Thompson’s journey to compose a trilogy began in 1995.
The fictional journey of character Andy Michael Pilgrim from Brooklyn, to Philadelphia and finally Atlanta is now complete. In this pilgrimage, readers experience places that are filled with hopes, dreams, challenges and fears that make us human.
The novels that make up the trilogy are A Brownstone in Brooklyn, which won the 2022 Literary Titan Book Prize, Philly Style and Philly Profile and The Ghost of Atlanta. Mr. Thompson won the 2011 Readers Favorite National Gold Medal Award in General Fiction for The Ghost of Atlanta. Mr. Thompson also received the Georgia Author of the Year nomination for Philly Style and Philly Profile, from the Georgia Writers Association, and The Ghost of Atlanta.
Mr. Thompson’s fourth novel, Purple Phantoms, was published in 2021.
The award winning author is currently completing a screenplay for Philly Style and Philly Profile, which is the second book in the Julius Thompson Trilogy.
Mr. Thompson’s fifth novel, Killer Kudzu, was published in Hard Cover, Paperback, eBook, and on Audible.com in January 2022.
He is currently writing, in the Magical Realism genre, his sixth novel: Emerson Rides A Blue Bike
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