Boulevard Dreams

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Overview

Some stories are meant to be told, and others are not. There are certain things for everyone to know, and certain things that should be taken to the grave. When the truth is told, secrets get revealed and people’s lives can be changed forever. Telling the stories that weren’t meant to be told is a big risk…and I took that risk.
Boulevard Dreams is a collection of short stories packed with action, violence, love, money and all the elements of the street. As real as it gets, ...
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Overview

Some stories are meant to be told, and others are not. There are certain things for everyone to know, and certain things that should be taken to the grave. When the truth is told, secrets get revealed and people’s lives can be changed forever. Telling the stories that weren’t meant to be told is a big risk…and I took that risk.
Boulevard Dreams is a collection of short stories packed with action, violence, love, money and all the elements of the street. As real as it gets, Boulevard Dreams is unlike any other book. 5 stories; Janaysha’s Story, Rock Em’ To Sleep, Last House on the Block, Picture That, and Stick to the Script are guaranteed to awe readers and provide insight into the lifestyles of some of the most ruthless and cutthroat people on the face of the Earth.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781480109841
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/14/2012
  • Pages: 204
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Meet the Author

Raymond Francis is a Street Lit author born October 14th, 1981 in New Brunswick, NJ. He was raised in Willingboro, later moved around parts of Pennsylvania including Philadelphia and is currently in Anderson, SC.
He describes his style as simple enough for a fool to understand, but complex enough for a genius to appreciate. Francis has an unconventional writing design where he usually incorporates himself as a character in his own books, though at sometimes in a not so obvious way. Francis' books read like a never ending puzzle with characters re-appearing in other works and always having a direct or indirect connection back to him. All of his works put together flow like a timeline of his life up until the current moment.
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