Book Details

“As a child I looked at my father and saw my future status as a man.”

In Codis Hampton II’s highly anticipated book, the author pays tribute to his late father, eloquently capturing the spirit and soul of Codis “Moz” Hampton, Senior. A dedicated family man, Moz touched everyone he met with his kind and generous personality and was held in high esteem by family, friends, and coworkers. Remembering Moz not only honors one man’s father and the rich heritage of family ties; the book also explores the broader themes of man’s career, social, and political expectations, the ramifications of individual choices, and other social commentary, both serious and humorous. It takes you on a ride through Moz’s Roots as far back as the beginning of the Civil War and explores the State of Arkansas role in it.

 

About the Author

Codis Hampton II

Codis Hampton II retired from civil service in 1996 and turned to his true love: writing. He is the author of Unchon-ni, a semibiographical tale about his military tour in Korea, and Gracie Hall-Hampton, the Arkansas Years, 1917-1953—a book about his grandmother’s life in the segregated South. Codis began broadcasting “Hamp’s Corner of America” via Blog Talk Radio in June of 2014 and released his third book, The Episodic Thoughts of Hamp, or a Blogger’s 1999-2014 Perspective, shortly thereafter. For more information about the author, visit www.blogtalkradio.com/HampsCornerOfAmerica/ or http://hcofa.net for a compilation of his works, interests, and musical taste.

Also by Codis Hampton II

The Episodic Thoughts of Hamp
Misguided Intentions