THE PRICE OF PERFECT
What could be the cost of standing by your beliefs in a divided America?
William, nicknamed “Dub”, was born in Athens, Ga. He received his ABJ degree in Journalism at the University of Georgia and Masters in Marketing also from UGA. Dub started his writing career at Vogue Magazine. He went from there to become a copywriter for several advertising agencies. Over the next several years, he founded three ad agencies of his own where he was the Creative Director and Senior Writer.
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The Price Of Perfect
America is split today over a number of hotly contested social and cultural issues. Most prominent of those is race. The issue itself and how we deal with its anguish and anger, forms the basis for this novel.
A divided America creates an explosive racial situation that threatens the reputations of the family and friends of one of Atlanta’s best known men, Jack Collier; a man recognized as a brilliant architect. A racial reckoning is demanded over a 1940 hanging of a Black man, which took place on property owned by Jack.
A biased media accuses Jack of being a racist for his refusal to save and memorialize this ancient ‘hanging’ tree. The Price of Perfect is a literary novel that challenges the reader themselves to look for solutions to bringing the races together.