Local Father and Son Co-Author First Book In New Series For Children

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(Columbia, SC) – There is an old adage that says, “If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.” Torre A. Stocker, a serial entrepreneur from Columbia, South Carolina is instilling education into his son, Torian A. Stocker that will create multiple streams of income for a lifetime. Torre, a three-time author, is releasing a series of children’s books with his son, Torian that will address a wide variety of topics from life skills to education and entrepreneurship.

One of the greatest gifts that a father can leave a son is the exchange of generational wealth. To celebrate Torian’s 7th birthday, Torre sought to create a source of legacy that can be shared forever. It’s Time To GO! is the first book in a series for children. The story educates children about traffic signals and the basic meanings for each light. The underlying theme of the book is to encourage children that they can make an indelible impression in the world as the future generation of leaders by making the decision to simply GO! with maximized momentum.

It’s Time To GO! will be available through all participating online book distributors and at www.redpeneditsllc.com.

Michael Bailey, a trailblazer in the field of photojournalism and a profound political writer, possesses the exceptional ability to distill complex political issues into accessible narratives that resonate with readers of all backgrounds. As the vanguard of the editorial team, Michael not only serves as a new media correspondent but also showcases his distinct talent as a photojournalist. His portfolio is a testament to his expertise in crafting news stories and intimate profiles that vividly portray the cultural, social, economic, and political journeys of minorities, both in South Carolina and beyond. With a rich tapestry of experience spanning media, business, and politics, Michael has emerged as a highly regarded voice and a sought-after commentator, offering invaluable insights into the challenges faced by people of color.

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