Death of a Husband: Wife of Famous Author "Vivian Jack" to Launch New Website
Online PR News – 26-July-2016 – Chesapeake, VA – Vivian Jack is the famous writer of one of the Best Indie Books recognized by Kirkus Reviews in 2013 titled, "TOCO" Tales Told Through The Eyes Of A Small Boy Growing Up In The Countryside of Trinidad, WI in the 30's & 40's. This book centers on actual events as seen by a boy named Gabriel Nathaniel, where the daily lives and culture of the superstitious but religious people in Toco were highlighted.
Kirkus Reviews describes "TOCO" as a lively engrossing book about home and family that a wide audience can relate with a sense of fascination and a magnitude of hope. This author's wife's new website will allow his fans to draw more interest in the book as well as stimulate sales and attract a wider audience.
In April, 2015, Vivian Jack's second book, "TOCO II" was released as a sequel to his first book seven months before he passed on November 6, 2015. In this book, the author shares his experiences as he journeys from teenager to mature married father and from Trinidad to England.
About the Author:
Vivian Jack was born in Trinidad in 1929 He received his education in the varied areas of the printing, publishing, and business professions including the London College of Printing. He has been driven to share his unique experiences and ways of coping growing up poor in the countryside of Toco, Trinidad. He has a family of two lovely daughters, one handsome stepson and two grandchildren.
He met his second wife, Eleanor, in year 2000 and married her in 2004. She describes him as a multi-talented person with a great sense of humor. She says she never knew life could be so happy when she married this remarkable wonderful man, Vivian Jack.