In "Six Days in January, "William Fredrick Cooper shed light on the insecurities and fears of African-American men through the experiences of his enigmatic protagonist William McCall. As "There's Always a Reason "opens, William has experienced another emotional heartbreak at the hands of a woman. When he loses his job, too, William finds himself battling just to survive. Then he meets Linda Woodson, who begins to restore his faith in all areas of life, illustrating through example that a woman of enormous strength can teach a man the true meaning of love. "There's Always a Reason "is an uplifting and emotional journey into the complex workings of the human heart and its ability to triumph over despair.
William Fredrick Cooper is the author of Six Days in January and There's Always a Reason.
""There's Always a Reason" is a compassionate centerpiece that lies in the middle of the love table. William Cooper takes an intimate look at love, devotion, and commitment for all the right reasons. Well researched and elaborately written -- Bravo!" -- Vincent Alexandria, Harlequin/Kimani Press author of "Black Rain" "William Frederick Cooper strokes his paper with heat and passion! Heartfelt and intense! Seldom does a male writer delve so deeply into the well of human emotion." -- Tracy Price-Thompson, 2005 winner of the Hurston/Wright Award for Contemporary Fiction "Bringing out so many deep-rooted feelings as I was reading it, I was so overwhelmed with emotion that I could barely see..." -- Zane, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Love is Never Painless", "Afterburn", "Addicted", "Skyscraper", and "Nervous" "William McCall's unapologetic emotional vulnerability forms the book's refreshing heart and through him, (William Frederick) Cooper conveys both n understading of and a frustration with the games men and women play." -- "Publishers Weekly"