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Julius Thompson

Post Office Box 521
Tucker, Georgia, United States

Email: jetauthor1@yahoo.com

Home page: http://www.authorsden.com/juliusethompson

Yahoo: JuliusThompson2000

I graduated from Bushwick High School in Brooklyn and The City College of New York. I worked as a copy boy with The New York Times, and fulltime sportswriter with The Philadelphia Bulletin.
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A FORMER STUDENT TALKS ABOUT HER FORMER TEACHER AND HIS NOVEL A BROWNSTONE IN BROOKLYN.
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A GREAT literature teacher once told me that as long as you try hard, you can do anything. Well, that teacher was Mr.Julius Thompson "Coach T" my senior english teacher at Winder- Barrow High School, and the author of this GREAT book. One can only aspire to ever write as good a book as Coach T obviously has. He has always been a great leader, and someone his former students could look up to. He has been my inspiration to begin writing a book of my own, and though it may take me many YEARS to acomplish this feat, I know that in my heart of hearts one day I will accomplish that dream. Thank You Coach T for writing such a wonderful read, and for being my inspiration!!!
Susie Cain- Cain
Winder- Barrow High School
Class of 1995

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AWARD-WINNING NOVELIST AND SCREENWRITER TERRY KAY COMMENTS ON A BROWNSTONE IN BROOKLYN.

Award-winning novelist and screenwriter Terry Kay recently read "A Brownstone In Brooklyn" by Julius Thompson and offered up this comment about the novel:

"This is a bold, heart-felt work, certainly worthy of those who are fortunate enough to discover it in their quest for both interest and pleasure in their reading."

Terry Kay recently published the novel, The Valley Of Light. His first novel, "The Year the Lights Came On", was published in 1976. He also wrote "To Dance With the White Dog" and "Taking Lottie Home".

Kay has agreed to write the television screenplay and co-produce an adaptation of "The Valley Of Light" for the Hallmark Hall of Fame. Two other Kay novels----"To Dance With the White Dog" and "The Runaway"----have been Hallmark Hall of Fame movies.






Interests: Writing Sports Theater Movies

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • A Brownstone In Brooklyn