Author David Dossous takes inspiration from his personal experiences to pen his new novel, “The Chronicles of Kryptic Volume 1: The Genesis: Savage Incarnate” (published by Xlibris).
“My inspiration came from the kids and my current day job,” says Dossous, who works at an after-school care program.
David Muller, a college student who works part-time for an after-school care program, loves his job mentoring kids and teenagers, and providing a positive male role model in their lives. Working in a dangerous neighborhood, David tackles many of the biggest issues that face society today, including gun violence and drug abuse.
An excerpt from “The Chronicles of Kryptic Volume 1: The Genesis”:
“‘Alright guys I’ll see you tomorrow.’ David said as he was leaving work. David is a college student who works at a neighborhood community center where he mentors kids as well as teenagers. In a neighborhood filled with drugs, violence, and bullying, it’s an everyday struggle for residents living in the area. As David was walking home after a long day at work, he noticed a disturbance a few feet away.”