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"Why Make A Name For Yourself, Use The One You Already Have" - Jamiyl Samuels

"An uplifting tale of empathy and courage..."

Click here to read the full review from Kirkus Reviews

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Jamiyl Samuels (left) is the Founder/Owner of W.R.E.a.C Havoc Enterprises. The acronym stands for Write, Record, Educate, and Create

He has been creatively writing for over 25 years. Whether it is screenwriting, blogging, creating poetry or song lyrics, he continues to do what he loves while striving to make an impact with his work. Within the last few years he has added the title of author to his impressive resume self-publishing a book on the importance of fatherhood in the Black community entitled "Pass The Torch: How A Young Black Father Challenges The Deadbeat Dad Stereotype" in 2011. In 2016 Samuels re-released a revised version of his debut with the intent on sharing his story with at-risk youth and families.  


Tracy-Ann Samuels (left) is the Co-Owner and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of W.R.E.a.C Havoc Enterprises. She earned her Bachelors degree in Psychology and her Masters degree in Social Work from New York University. She has 18 years of experience in the Social Services field. As a Director at the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) she works with children who are Developmentally Delayed, Seriously Emotionally Disturbed, and Medically Fragile.  

Her educational background, training and passion for assisting youth, analyzing people, and relationships, qualifies her as the resident consultant on everything from advocacy, research, resource advice & counseling. Her social work experience provides vital information as it pertains to material published by the company dealing with children, families, and more. Her presence and expertise provides the balance necessary for W.R.E.a.C Havoc to succeed.  

NY1 News anchor Angi Gonzalez reported on our book signing at Barnes & Noble Union Square on April 6th, 2019. Click on image to view the interview.

It was a triumphant and nostalgic return
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Fox 5 NY News reporter Jodi Goldberg visited Tiegerman Elementary School on Thursday April 11, 2019 to interview the Samuels family. Click on image to view the interview.

The Samuels family was interviewed by Brandon Carter at BookCon 2019 on June 1, 2019. Click on the image to learn about "The Amazingly Awesome Amani" series of children's books

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The follow-up interview with Fox News Radio National News Correspondent Tonya Powers is now available. Please click the photo to listen to the entire Give Me Some Good News segment! We are at the 17:30 mark!

The crew of the Social Media Arts and Sciences also known as the Snazzy Awards interviewed Jamiyl at the Harlem Book Fair on July 21, 2018! Click below to see the interview.

Click on the icon above to listen to our interview 6/8/18 edition of Fox News Rundown with Fox News Radio's National News Correspondent Tonya Powers live from BookExpo2018. (Catch us at the 15:40 mark)

"The Amazingly Awesome Amani" children's book has started a movement that has taken us on a journey to different places!

Book Signings/Trade Shows

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Thank you to Ms. Rachael for supporting
In-School Readings
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