“Runners” is a book for adults and children of all ages. The illustrations are creative and fun and the text is presented in English and Spanish so families can learn another language together! “Runners” discusses how all sorts of people run the race of life. Each of us runs a figurative race. We run at our dreams. We run into challenges. We run to keep pace with our global society. We run!
National Association of Black Journalists Authors Showcase
I will be speaking at the National Association of Black Journalists Authors Showcase in Philadelphia, PA. tomorrow. I will share the stage with big name authors like CNN anchors Soledad O’Brien and Don Lemon and former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin. I am so humbled to have been invited to discuss my book amongst many of the nations’ top journalists. Please view the link in this email and forward it to your philanthropic friends and associates. I sincerely hope I’m able to secure enough funds to make this important project happen. The invitation to NABJ validates the fact that my...
Paternity Fraud, Marcus L. Matthews
State legislator moved to resubmit bill for mandatory DNA testing after reading new book about the impact of paternity fraud, “I Am Not the Father.”
Author of “I Am Not the Father” discussed teen pregnancy and education
Marcus L. Matthews talks with FOX13 about the teen pregnancy epidemic in Memphis and the lack of funding for student support services in Tennessee.
Author gives man’s perspective on false paternity claims
Author gives man’s perspective on false paternity claims By: Erica Horton Marcus Matthews was a 17-year-old high school senior when he was accused of fathering a child. When he called to check on a girl he dated whom he had not heard from for several months, she told him she was pregnant. READ MORE (CLICK HERE)
New author explores world of men falsely accused of paternity
New author explores world of men falsely accused of paternity by Brittany V. Fitzpatrick Special to the Tri-State Defender Borrowing a line from talk show host Maury Povich, Memphis native Marcus Matthews released his first book this summer focusing on what he felt was an unexplored topic and a problem in our community: false paternity claims. READ MORE (CLICK HERE)