About the Book
The title refers to some of the blurred and unclear pictures in the due to the inexpensive phone and tablet cameras Mr. Jackson used. Within each image could be a story the reader may uncover in greater detail and enjoyment.
The publication is inspiring, regardless of where you live or work. Curtis W. Jackson is the author of Late Afternoon in the Hop and Bark Park, 57 Sections: A Book of Cartoons and My Anyway Possible Alphabet coloring book.
Curtis Jackson is a long-time resident of Suffolk County, Long Island and the author of several books. He recently revised his first publication, 57 Pages: A Collection of Thought-Motivating Cartoons (2014). It is currently entitled as 57 Sections: A Book of Cartoons (2019, Nook Books). He is also the writer-artist of a blog memoir, Curtis On The News, The Unfinished Chronicles: 2008-2013 and visual short story, One Blue Eye Jake’s Twilight Board. The Long Islander also illustrated coloring books, for example, My Anyway Possible Alphabet (2018, Lulu books). Waiting for Regina is his first novel (2017).