Behind The Pen

Born on July 30, 1990, it wasn’t long before Kevon started writing stories and drawing comics in his elementary school classes in Woodbury, NJ. In High School he was a star athlete in track and football, becoming all group 2 as a defensive end and being ranked 8th in the nation in hurdles at West Deptford High School. He would continue his track career at Rutgers University in Newark NJ, becoming the first All American runner in the school’s track history but he never lost his affinity for words. On November 22, 2011, Kevon released his first novel HERO – The Manipulated Perception continuing his love for weaving together entertaining stories with food for thought. He graduated with a B.S. in History from Rutgers University in Newark, NJ and has now published more than ten books.

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Sex, Drugs and Midterm Exams I: Drunk, Dazed and Confused

Who am I? What is my purpose? The questions cycled through their minds as they unpacked their bags into their new dorm rooms on campus. Gabrielle Hunter is a shy girl, pent up with ambitions that she hopes will make her father proud. But when she packs up and leaves home for the first time, she finds out that the world is not what she thought it would be. Pack your bags and come live on a campus that is riddled with drama, swept up in romance, and constantly surrounded by conflict.

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Shadow Vanadium Assassins I:
Genesis

FreeThey were abandoned. Tossed out and left without love before the man they would later call father scooped them up and changed their lives forever. While still in their adolescent years, father molded them into killing machines, mercenaries for hire sent all over the world to do the dirty work of those in power. Over a decade after the great fire destroyed their training grounds in the Aconcagua mountains, the scramble is on to find the hundreds of well-trained assassins, scattered all over the globe missions. The world’s political structure lies in the balance.

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Gridiron Glory I: Scrambling,
Looking Deep for Purpose

When 29 year old New Jersey Spartans Owner Jeremy Spears looked at college Quarterback T.J. Ripper he didn’t see the dark past that would shove him out of the early rounds of the Global Football League Draft. He saw a familiar drive, a fire in his eyes that he believed would lead his organization to the playoffs and beyond. After a crushing injury threatens the Spartans playoff hopes, it is up to their rookie quarterback to win over his teammates and save the season. Little did Ripper know it would be the obstacles off the field that would threaten to sack their football season and maybe even his career.

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They were abandoned. Tossed out and left without love before the man they would later call father scooped them up and changed their lives forever. While still in their adolescent years, father molded them into killing machines, mercenaries for hire sent all over the world to do the dirty work of those in power. Over a decade after the great fire destroyed their training grounds in the Aconcagua mountains, the scramble is on to find the hundreds of well-trained assassins, scattered all over the globe missions. The world’s political structure lies in the balance.

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