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Dallas Native and Writer donates 50% of profits from Book Sales

February 2, 2012

James Edward Fryar, author of Patrick Patterson and the World of Others, will be donating 50% of his profits from sales of his book from now until April 30, 2012 to the JDRF Greater Dallas Chapter to further fund diabetes research. Fryar’s younger sister was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at a young age, so he understands the importance to continually spread the word and raise awareness of the seriousness of this disease.

“I can only hope that the little bit of money that could possibly be produced by this promotion would go to the discovery of a cure.” – James Fryar

“A match was struck in the distance, bringing light to what was otherwise darkness.”

And so begins the story of Patrick Patterson…

For almost thirteen years, he’s lived a quiet, simple life in the tiny town at the edge of Texas, called Farwell… with big dreams and small hopes… Suddenly, he is whisked away by a rag tag group of warriors and others across the United States to discover his true identity and a destiny clouded in mystery.

Never in his wildest dreams did he think that he’d walk through an underground city filled with citizens from across the universe, contend with powerful enemies from the edge of the galaxy, or travel to the Arctic Circle on a high speed train.

Now, he must decide what he truly desires and whether he even wants to take up the mantle of hero…or alien.

“The only part of this story I found less than satisfying was the end…
because I cannot wait for the sequel!”
– T.J. Dell, author of Saving Face

“Fryar seamlessly melds the fantastic into the common place…
I can’t wait for the next book!”
– Kae Cheatham, author

Purchase the book today through one of the below sites and the author will donate 50% of the profit to JDRF!

e-Book available for $2.99 on: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, SmashWords, iTunes

Paperback available for $10.99 on: Amazon


To learn more about the JDRF Dallas chapter, visit our JDRF Dallas website!

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