About the Author
Peyton Rose is an award-winning author, Spartan athlete, husband, father, and Founder of Alpha Wave, LLC. He believes anything is possible for people when they put their minds to the task. His mission is to help folks optimize their daily lives and reach their full potential by changing mindsets and creating small habits that have huge impacts.
I am so proud to share a snapshot of all I've learned on my journey.
Lessons For the Little Boy Summary
What does it mean to be a man? For many, that definition and description may vary.
Lessons For the Little Boy presents the stories of 13 amazing men ranging in age from 23-66. They share their transparent stories of dreams, hopes, struggles and successes. Through their personal reflections you will experience their journey in life, love, business, friendship, family, and fatherhood.
We invite you to journey with these men, embracing the lessons they have learned on their paths to, from and through manhood.
Their stories are not just just for men and young men, but for anyone who desires to seek to learn life lessons through the eyes of men.
The Long Way Home Summary
The Long Way Home immerses the reader in a story that explores drama, tragedy, triumph, defeat, love, and the wonders of comedy. It addresses some hard realities that young adults face when forced to mature before their time. The novel explores and translates them in a way that is exciting to read, leaving one with an overwhelming sense of hope for American society.
At fifteen years old, Oscar Brighton must leave home to attend school in a new city. He soon meets a cast of characters who change his life forever, encountering the hilarious twists and terrifying turns that only come with being young. Follow the enduring story of five young men, coming of age in the South, at the turn of the millennium.
After a brutal fight with his father, fifteen year old Oscar Brighton leaves home to attend school in a new city. But when he arrives, struggle follows his every step. He makes enemies with a despicable bully and befriends a gang of troublemakers. The group’s strong, yet unlikely bond is driven to its edge as they face the viscousness of racism, the cruelty of violence, and the sorrow of death. Their determination and unwavering friendship are the only things that help them survive and change their lives forever. Follow the enduring story of five young men, coming of age in the South, at the turn of the millennium.
This book is the first of it’s kind, a universal experience for many Americans. But for most others, this is a glimpse into a world they didn’t know existed. The Long Way Home takes on some hard realities that young adults face when forced to mature before their time. It explores and translates them in a way that is exciting to read, leaving one with an overwhelming sense of hope for American society. Published by 220 Communications, this story is geared towards readers between the ages of 16 and 86.