The Everyday Brother

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AuthorHouse, Jun 12, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 180 pages

Imagine a young boy growing up on the east side of Columbus, Ohio and being raised by a single parent.  Rommey Stepney Jr. finds himself falling prey to the streets of Columbus, and momentarily becoming what he dislikes most.  When he becomes a father himself, he does all he knows to become the father that he never had, and to become a loving and supportive father. He has searched for love and acceptance in all the wrong places.


Step into his world and find yourself.  As you read his story, find out how his life has changed for the better as an adult.  Regardless of the many obstacles that he has incurred, he finally finds that love does exist, and where to find it.

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About the author (2006)

I have wanted to write this particular book for some time now. The purpose of my book is to reach out to many young people and parents who are looking for a solution to the everyday pressures of life. It is my desire to be able to help anyone who crosses my path. While I am waiting for my book to be released, I am also perusing my desire to open a youth center for young people from all walks of life. In my dealings with young people, I’ve learned that there is a need to provide for the interaction of children being raised in the inner city with children being raised in the suburbs. Young people can learn from one another, and so can adults.

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