The trio is moving onto high school. They are physically and mentally prepared for what is about to happen. Can they handle it emotionally?The journey continues for John, James and Jack as three become two. The new challenges that face them are the same as you and me. Will Jack forget the others? Can John cope with his secret? Is James ready to go it alone? The trio have decisions to make that could break the ties or tighten them. Can this cause trouble as they are all starting anew? Join me to find out.
J Elliott-Howard is a native of New York, New York. She holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration. She has had a successful career in corporate America. A divorced mother of two adult children and a grandmother of three. Enjoys photography and water color painting. She had been known to always see her glass as half-full instead of empty. She had a very interesting way of relating to people and her peers always seem to gravitate to her idealism. She has always been told that she ought to be an author based on her delivery methods of good, bad or indifferent news. She always manages to keep herself and those around centered in thought and action. In addition to writing she runs a blog called Janice's Take On It at www.janiceelliotthoward.com. Her newest project is a podcast called "Thoughts in the Car" that can be found at soundcloud.com/jyhoward or in the iTunes store.
Our trio make it through the school year, as if they didn't know, the trio would become a duo. Each have anxiety because of the unknown, yet none will ever admit it. Time to test the waters and start again in unfamiliar territory.
The Adventures of John, James and Jack: Book Two
We pick up with our trio at the end of the summer break 2006, John and James are starting high school. Jack is now a senior in middle school, he has become a lost soldier without a company. He does not see the benefit of it all. The blinders will come off and he will embrace this last year of middle school. John and James will discover something that they did not think was possible.