William Huntley owes a big wealth of gratitude to his rural southern upbringing. Some may describe the perception of the of this young African American male as harsh and critical of his southern Baptist roots.
From his humble beginnings in North Carolina’s rural dirt roads to his encounter of the Atlanta nightlife, followed by the disappointments of racial issues in the southern corporate realm, this new author gives a life-changing message that can be taken and used across racial and social lines when deciding that at times, we ourselves are our worst enemies.
This IT professional that rediscovered his love of storytelling has documented personal accounts of self-discovery through trial and error and has provided life lessons that can be used as we take steps out of the comfort zones of everyday life and make conscious efforts to make changes in our current conditions.
Religion, race, sex, and politics are topics that most people outside their comfort zones dare not discuss. The writings of this author invites you to look inside and out before judging anyone, in hopes that we look in the mirror before condemning anyone other than our own selves.