Nigel, thanks for taking out time to talk with us. Before we get into the new book, I want to give our readers a little background. When did you realize that writing was something you were interested in?
Was there a thought in the beginning that you would take that love of words and actually translate that into books that people would buy?
Alot of people talk about writing a book. You have actually done it twice. What do you think separates you from people who just talk about doing something instead of actually doing it?
I have read your second book Nick, Dontae, Gus and Jack, and there are quite a few social issues that you address in it. What was your first book called, and what led you to write it?
Recording artists talk alot about the sophomore jinx, especially when their first product seemed to do well. Did you worry about that yourself?
What else do you hope people take away from the new book?
Any advice you want to share with aspiring writers who might be reading this conversation?
Thanks again for taking out this time, Nigel. If our readers want to find out more about you or keep up with you online, how can they do so?