Crazy Summer

By Cole Hart

Summer begins her journey in the streets at the tinder age of fourteen. Growing up in a notorious South Augusta neighborhood called Barton Village, infested with goons and heavyweight drug dealers. Summer made it her business to get in where she fitted,using her well shaped body and looks to get her where she wanted to be. Regardless if it was male or female,Summer was taking all invitations and wasn’t turning nothing down but her collar.Highly motivated by the streets and the material life that came with it. Summer becomes a mother of twins at fifteen and a mother of four before she’s twenty. Soon tragedy strikes for Summer and she looses her first real love along with her dear brother and furthermore she looses her mind. That’s if you let the public tell it. As she pick up the ball where her brother and kids father fumble, she begins to evolve into one of the most treacherous women that the city of Augusta would see. After being released from a women federal prison. Summer is back and she feels that the world owes her.



About the Author

Author Cole Hart was born and raised in Augusta Georgia, at the age of twenty-four he made a life changing decision that cost him many years of his life to the Georgia prison system. But it took that for him to turn his life around. While incarcerated he fell in love with reading, then he found some his favorite authors like Sidney Sheldon, James Patterson, Dan Brown and John Grisham. After years of studying his favorites he wrote his first book with pen and paper. From that point on he wrote twenty books in prison and started his own publishing called Cole Hart Signature. He was released in March of 2018 and continued his writing and publishing business. Cole Hart is now home and resides in Atlanta Georgia. He has released his first African American christian fiction novel called The Sunday school Teacher 1&2. Now with nearly fifty authors under his umbrella. To this day, people ask him how did he do it. And his reply was. Pray every morning and night. Stay focused, stay consistent, keep God first and remain humble even when it seems as if the world is crumbling around you.
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