About my Children’s Books
Runaway bird and Little birdie learns to fly are the same character with different story lines and Freedom, the wolf with a big heart is another character. Are all inspired by my 11 year old son and later new born daughter. We hear stories everyday on TV or social media about instances where a kid has been kidnapped or abducted either by stranger even family members. Children today have a hard time concentrating in school more likely to disengage by the time they reach high school due to the lack of interest. Last, but not least, as parents our intentions are always good when it comes to help our children but doesn’t know how to convey it in a way it would be impactful. The premises for the children books and each illustration align with these analogies. Sort of life imitate arts. Something every parent can find relatable and encouraging.
About my family, family is very important to me. I grew up the youngest of 6 siblings from loving parents who instilled the value of togetherness, forgiveness and love for one another. This healthy upbringing help me to become the man, father and husband that I am today.
I strive to provide my kids with the knowledge and understanding about the world in which they live. I help them to make better decisions in life and to be an outstanding model and citizens.
Even until this day, my parents are 80 and 94 years young, and their love and parenting still reign in our hearts.
My children make life worth living for!
Brian First Publishing, LLC was founded in 2014 by writer and entrepreneur Gregy Alexander.
The firm’s mission: to provide a level playing field for undiscovered writers, particularly budding authors of a diverse array of race, ethnic, and economic backgrounds, to market their works, generate sales, and maximize earnings. Without ties to the publishing realm and credentials to boot, and without an already established track record of book sales, it is not easy for a writer to grab the attention of reputable publishers. Many gifted writers among ordinary people may thus remain undiscovered. And some become victims of dishonest agencies that take their money on false promises of providing valid critical reviews, book promotion, and book advertisements to generate book sales.
Since the process of winning over reputable publishers is arduous, many authors are now turning to self-publishing. Even then, it can become an expensive deal when outside services, too often overpriced, are utilized to get a book into its complete form, ready for marketing and sales. Promotion and marketing overcharges add to the financial burden.