Fulton Books author C.L. Black Jr., a tenured and successful business owner who resides in Virginia, has completed his most recent book "My Next 24": an engaging and remarkable work that conveys everyday experiences that will help establish a common ground for all to build upon.
Author C.L. Black Jr. believes the past is the past, the future has not yet arrived, and the present is the only thing within one's control. He feels that the present has a direct impact on how people perceive the past and the future, and he encourages readers to truly live in their next 24 hours.
C.L. Black Jr. grew up in Baltimore City and graduated from the Milton Hershey School, an orphanage in Pennsylvania. Overcoming adversity and defying the norm have become a habitual sanctuary for Charles. He would like to submit a formal change for the well-known term "Murphy's Law" to "Murphy's Lineage."
C.L. Black Jr. writes, "Jumping right in, let's say you did die, what would matter to you if you were to speak? If you were to give a eulogy for yourself, what would that sound like? I took an elective in college called death and dying, and one of the assignments was to do your own eulogy. Talk about creepy; however, it was very interesting and informative. It really made me think about everything from a different perspective. I was younger, so of course, what I thought about was a bit more superficial than now with some years of wisdom behind me."
Published by Fulton Books, C.L. Black Jr.'s book offers valuable insights for readers seeking to live their lives to the fullest and truly make the most of their time on this planet.
Readers who wish to experience this uplifting work can purchase "My Next 24" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: C.L. Black Jr.'s New Book 'My Next 24' revolves around the premise of gaining more perspective on the 24-hour period in which people live their current lives