David W. Coleman


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I am a writer based in the Phoenix metropolitan area, where I live with my wife, three children, and three cats. My love of sports has been a lifelong affair. I began sports writing professionally while I was still in high school. In addition to boxing, I am also a fan of football, baseball, and basketball. I am a recent (2009) graduate of Axia College of the University of Phoenix. In my spare time, I read, write, sing, play with my children, and explore the musics of Soul, Rhythm & Blues, and Funk, which were such an essential part of my foundation as a child, and have remained a passion of irreplaceable scope in my life.

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K.C. At The Bat
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 4,110. Language: English. Published: July 28, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Sports & Recreation / Baseball & Softball, Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
David W. Coleman's K.C. at the Bat is a fun, new, 2,800-word rhyming poem in an entirely original setting, but inspired by the classic 19th-century American verse, Casey at the Bat. It is designed for parents to read aloud to their young children, for children to read on their own, and (eventually) for children to read aloud back to their parents. Of course, it can also be enjoyed by adults!
The Cassius Clay Story
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 50,210. Language: English. Published: August 14, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Biography
This biography of the boxer better known as Muhammad Ali, details the early part of his career, when he was still called Cassius Clay. The book focuses on the action inside the ring, but also spotlights the men who fought Cassius Clay: who they were, where they came from, how they got to fight Clay, and what happened to them. As such, it is a pocket history of heavyweight boxing during the 1960's.

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1960s    baseball    beginner    biography    boxing    casey    cassius clay    childrens books    muhammad ali    poetry    reading    rhyming    sonny liston    sports    verse