Tom Williams is currently a resident of Los Angeles and president of his own successful computer based business. Primarily a software developer, Mr. Williams enjoys gadgets and most electronic ‘things’. He works long hours combining his job and hobby
interest into one.
Originally from Coatesville, Pa. (just outside Philadelphia), Mr. Williams is a graduate of the University of Toledo in Ohio and enjoys movies, listening to and playing music (jazz). After years of writing software and publishing various technical manuals,
Tom Williams decided to put his writing skills to work by addressing a topic that was personally important to him. In his own words:
“The emerging African American middle class is an often misunderstood and certainly underestimated phenomenon. Even the people that make up that group are just now coming to grips with respect to their new identities and their connections to the neighborhoods where many of them grew up.”
Where to find Tom Williams online
How To Be Black Only On Weekends
by Tom Williams
How To Be Black Only On Weekends is a funny, engaging and suspenseful novel that captures the underbelly of life for several successful black families that made it "from the hood". This book is an exciting, fast paced journey that is spiced with ethnic humor which will often make you laugh out loud. Great for all audiences. Guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.
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