John Carter Jr. Wrote His First Book on Pursuing Your Dreams

American Author John Carter Jr has written his first book and now the book will be published on, the online marketplace for digital content. The story asked this question, Should people give up their dreams under peer pressure? This is one of many reasons why the U.S. has lost is dominance in the world of Track and Field.

Nashville, TN, April 25, 2009 --( The book name is "When they is hope, they is glory." This hardcover 160 pages of fiction, tell the story of Dallas Anderson. A boy who lives in the housing projects, work hard in the pursuit of his dream, but face great odds to get him to stop.

Mr. Carter idea for the book is loosely base on his life experience as a high school track athlete. Because he did not play a particular spectator sport in high school, Mr. Carter was facing harassment from the Student body, the Players on this particular sport as well as a Head Coach. He wrote this book in the hopes that other people, who face similar harassment, would read this story. And let them know that you are not along, and established a dialog.

Mr. Carter said: "It took me several years to not talk about this part of my life. Thanks to my home PC and I was able to publish a story that you would love."

John Carter Jr is a 40 year old and worked as a Level One Certified Track Coach, National Certified Track Official, and a Writer. He lives in Nashville Tennessee. His book can be found at

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