​​ Chasin' Freedum is a narrative memoir that chronicles many prominent aspects of my story. It contains four parts and thirty-six chapters of the well-written text. Unlike most prisoners, I wrote my book with a broad audience in mind. It is a story of interest to people from all walks of life. It is one of those stories that everyone can find enjoyable or informative. While it mostly chronicles my many attempts to execute ingenious prison breaks and free myself from the wide web of the war on drugs, it provides a good look into the conditions and cognitions that has led me, and many others, into the web of mass incarceration.​​

For example, I provide a descriptive narration of how the war on drugs affect different communities, and how, during a time of legalized marijuana, my harsh sentence for a marijuana conviction can eat away at hope and cause many to question the logic of the law. In a chapter entitled Straight Outta Compton, I give the readers a look into my childhood and the inadvertent teachings, morals, and principals that can make any child a "lawbreaker."

All who have read the book describe it as entertaining, informative, and inspirational. It will make you laugh, cry, and smile, and put you on an emotional roller coaster that will result in a feeling of both indignation and inspiration. It is so good that it has been optioned for a motion picture. If you haven't read it, I suggest you do so and post your own comments and reviews. 
 

Chasin' Freedum

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