J. M. Wieland

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Press Release for From Thorns

Nomad Books

For Immediate Release

Contact: J. M. Wieland
Email: jwdesignco@gmail.com
Website: www.jmwieland.com

QUEEN CREEK, Arizona,  — Local poet releases his second collection with the launch of From Thorns, Collected Poems, Vol. 2 by J. M. Wieland. In this sophomore volume Wieland dives deeper into the worlds of our public conscience and reflects on the topics of life, society, sex, death, and hope during an age of frustration with our current direction as a culture.

For more information on From Thorns, Collected Poems, Vol. 2 visit: jmwieland.com, or search for the book on Amazon.com.

Book Facts:
Title: From Thorns, Collected Poems, Vol. 2
Publisher: Nomad Books via Create Space
ISBN-13: 978-1979921305
ASIN: B079LS9HQY
Paperback Price: $7.99
Kindle Price: $2.99, or free with Kindle Unlimited

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About the Author
J.M. Wieland is a storyteller and creative who grew up all over the United States working in the fields of writing, marketing, design and business strategy. He is a graduate from the School of Business at Grand Canyon University with a B.S. in Marketing and is pursuing another B.S. in Computer Information Technology from Northern Arizona University. He resides in Queen Creek, Arizona with his two beautiful daughters and amazing wife.

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Press Release for Getting Out

Nomad Books

For Immediate Release

Contact: J. M. Wieland
Email: jwdesignco@gmail.com
Website: www.jmwieland.com

QUEEN CREEK, Arizona,  — The United States incarcerates more citizens than any other industrialized nation in the world. The U.S. has just 5% of the world's population, but holds 25% of the entire world's prisoners. What happens when those people are set free and need to find food, clothing, homes, jobs and self-respect? How do we expect our crime and recidivism rates to drop if we leave this population of Americans out to dry without offering some form of help?
The only way to lower the criminal recidivism rate in the United States is by offering help for those who have made mistakes in the past. Getting Out: success after incarceration is dedicated to providing a general direction for those moving from incarceration back into normal society. It is written from the perspective of a convicted felon in order to help others get back on their feet by finding decent jobs, safe places to live, stronger relationships and forming supports so they will not reoffend.

This book is meant for any family, friends or person with a criminal conviction looking to renter society after prison or jail incarceration. Getting Out explores the steps to organizing the life of a convicted criminal and how to approach many of the hurdles that get in the way of simple happiness and security like finding work, a place to live and rebuilding relationships.

  • Guiding criminals in reentering society
  • Helping felons and criminals find work
  • Helping those with a past conviction find places to live
  • Rebuilding lost relationships
  • Exploring our current legal system
  • Breaking the stigma of "criminal for life"
  • Dealing with the loss of civil rights

For more information on Getting Out: success after incarceration visit: jmwieland.com, or search for the book on Amazon.com.

Book Facts:
Title: Getting Out: Success After Incarceration
Publisher: Nomad Books via Create Space
ISBN-13: 978-1539052548
ASIN: 1539052548
Paperback Price: $12.35
Kindle Price: $6.99, or free on Amazon Unlimited

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About the Author
J. M. Wieland is a storyteller and creative who grew up all over the United States working in the fields of writing, marketing, design and business strategy. He is a graduate from the School of Business at Grand Canyon University with a B.S. in Marketing and is pursuing another B.S. in Computer Information Technology from Northern Arizona University. He resides in Queen Creek, Arizona with his two beautiful daughters and amazing wife.

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Press Release for I Know Where Monkeys Sleep

Nomad Books

For Immediate Release

Contact: J. M. Wieland
Email: jwdesignco@gmail.com
Website: www.jmwieland.com

QUEEN CREEK, Arizona,  — The first work of poetry from American author and poet J. M. Wieland is now available on Amazon.com in both paperback and on kindle. Inspired by the life events of a young man moving from childhood to adulthood and dealing with death, love, reality and incarceration, I Know Where Monkeys Sleep is the first collected volume of poems by a creative soul who enjoys the oldest art of storytelling.

For more information on I Know Where Monkeys Sleep visit: jmwieland.com, or search for the book on Amazon.com.

Book Facts:
Title: I Know Where Monkeys Sleep, Collected Poems Vol. 1
Publisher: Nomad Books via Create Space
ISBN-13: 978-1540684783
ASIN: B01MU11ZOB
Paperback Price: $6.38
Kindle Price: $2.99, or free with Kindle Unlimited

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About the Author
J.M. Wieland is a storyteller and creative who grew up all over the United States working in the fields of writing, marketing, design and business strategy. He is a graduate from the School of Business at Grand Canyon University with a B.S. in Marketing and is pursuing another B.S. in Computer Information Technology from Northern Arizona University. He resides in Queen Creek, Arizona with his two beautiful daughters and amazing wife.

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Press Release for Chains of Change

Nomad Books

For Immediate Release

Convicted felon writes self-help book for other felons to help them succeed after incarceration.

Contact: J. M. Wieland
Email: jwdesignco@gmail.com
Website: www.jmwieland.com

QUEEN CREEK, Arizona,  — J. M. Wieland, Author of Chains of Change, is hoping to help other felons through his unique guidebook focused on providing opportunities to those that have been incarcerated as well as support for their friends and family. Estimates put the total felon population, those in and out of prison, at roughly 20 million. A felony conviction restricts a person's ability to find decent housing, secure employment and a beneficial social standing. Along with these restrictions is the increased chance of re-offending due to the lack of resources available to offer felons help.

Chains of Change is dedicated to providing the general path of success many people have taken in order to improve their lives. It is written from the perspective of a convicted felon to offer help for other convicted felons and their friends and family. This guide focuses on simple and straightforward advice to help felons get back on their feet and deal with the public sigma of "criminal."

"I just wanted to offer what little support I could to those that have made mistakes in the past and are looking to reform and live normal lives for the future," says Wieland. "While this won't provide every answer, it is an excellent start point to getting your life back in order after you've been convicted of a felony."

For more information on Chains of Change visit: jmwieland.com, or search for the book on Amazon.com.

Book Facts:
Title: Chains of Change: Success After Incarceration
Publisher: Nomad Books via Create Space
ISBN-13: 978-1523459476
Paperback Price: $5.99

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About the Author
J. M. Wieland is a storyteller and creative who grew up all over the United States working in the fields of writing, marketing, design and business strategy. He is a graduate from the School of Business at Grand Canyon University with a B.S. in Marketing and is pursuing another B.S. in Computer Information Technology from Northern Arizona University. He resides in Queen Creek, Arizona with his two beautiful daughters and amazing wife.

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