Clay Tumey conducted a series of bank robberies throughout 2006 before calling it quits soon after the birth of his son. Jett was still a baby when his father went to jail.
Growing up, visits with Daddy meant buying Cool Ranch Doritos-or "blue chips" as he called them because of their blue bag-from the vending machines and snacking together. Jett didn't realize that the blue chip "store" was actually prison.
"The Blue Chip Store" details the life of a class clown who rarely saw the need to submit to authority as a child. And when those childhood patterns resurfaced as an adult, they only presented bigger problems with greater consequences.
For most people, the distinction between prison and freedom is obvious.
For Clay, however, the journey to true freedom began with a set of handcuffs.
A true story about crime, prison, and second chances, "The Blue Chip Store" is about finding freedom in captivity.
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About the Author
Born on the Fourth of July, Clay now celebrates his own freedom on August 31—the date he was released from prison in 2010. He is living proof that a successful man can indeed begin his journey as a nameless inmate, and he is especially committed to serving those who have lost all hope.
Clay is also an Ambassador for the Enneagram Prison Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to freeing the incarcerated from the prisons of their own making.
He has two sons and one ex-wife. They live together near Dallas.
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Great story, so glad it changed his life.