‘”Directions to Mercy Street”‘ By Edward Campagnola

“Directions to Mercy Street”
Manuscript for book proposal

I would be honored if you would consider this manuscript for publication.

“Directions to Mercy Street” is a follow up novel to published literary work, “Directions to the Dumpster” Novum Publishing. www.directionstothedumpster.com

Non-fiction Chronicles a homeless activist writer’s journey. It provides accounts of pandemic and civil unrest from a street viewpoint. We follow this advocate for the Un sheltered, as he promotes his first published work, “Directions to the Dumpster”, and works for socioeconomic justice. His second book. “Directions to Mercy Street” was originally titled “Directions Home” but with no direction home, his search changes to mercy. He draws parallels of his personal situation with that of the entire human experience. He presents his journey as a microcosm for all of humanity. He feels society, like himself, has been directed to a dumpster. The same requirement exists for the human experience to persevere, they must also be merciful.

The manuscript is an autobiography.

A market analysis might be found in “People Power and Profits”, “The Price of Inequality”. Joseph Stiglitz. However, this book reflects the socioeconomic viewpoint from a person surviving on the street.

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