The Crown by JACQUES NAZAIRE

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This story which is part novel and part play was written in the year 1999. The setting is the dark ages approximately 800 AD. The theme of this story regards integrity, loyalty and promises. We are introduced to a now bitter officer who makes a promise to a king, not for himself but for the love of his friends. This story includes violence, nudity, foul language and touchy subjects however at the end it is simply a story about making a promise and keeping it.
 

About JACQUES NAZAIRE

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Jacques Nazaire begin writing short stories at the age of ten (10). While Jacques attended Junior high school in Brooklyn, he begin reading plays by William Shakespeare and became inspired to write many medieval themed plays. while in High School, Jacques continued writing plays but also wrote articles for the school newspaper, whereupon he served as an editor as well. While attending college, Jacques begin writing novels. He had completed five novels by the time he graduated college. In 1996, Jacques graduated with a Juris Doctorate from New York Law School. Thereafter he begin practicing law and decided to take time off from creative writing. Jacques decided to rather concentrate his time on drafting legal briefs and motions in order to pay his bills. In 1999, after becoming financially successful, Jacques decided to return to creative writing and penned this story "The Crown" which is part novel and part screenplay. Jacques who is an accomplished attorney with excellent editing skills realized that his story did not have to be written in a conventional format as long as it was easy to understand. He considers this story to be one of his finest works. Realizing that technology is changing and that soon every child will have an e-book reader, Jacques decided to finally publish this play on line.
 
Published August 31, 2010 by Trafford. 240 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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