Who We Are
The aim of W.R.E.a.C Havoc Enterprises is to educate and entertain through the creation of informed written content, film, music, public speaking, and other media platforms. It is of the utmost importance that all services provided by and work distributed bearing the W.R.E.a.C Havoc name deliver a positive experience to the public in which we seek to inspire.
Created in 2005, it was with the 2011 self-published release of "Pass The Torch: How A Young Black Father Challenges the 'Deadbeat Dad' Stereotype" that launched W.R.E.a.C Havoc Publishing. Here W.E. (Write and Educate) offer literature that challenges the mind and tackles important issues in an accessible and entertaining fashion. W.E. strive to promote critical thinking, constructive conversation, and positive solutions to real issues impacting communities. W.E. are available for in-stores, interviews, live readings, speaking engagements and community events.
Why the name W.R.E.a.C Havoc?
When you see or hear the term "wreak havoc" it is normally used in a negative connotation to denote destruction, devastation, or some sort of catastrophic event. The term was utilized for this company for the specific purpose of flipping the script on how it is commonly used. Our goal is to create and produce content that will leave an indelible mark of positivity and make an unforgettable impact on the public and in communities around the world.
Books available from W.R.E.a.C Havoc Publishing
Pass The Torch: How A Young
Black Father Challenges The Deadbeat Dad Stereotype
The touching literary debut memoir from Jamiyl Samuels about a young father determined to break the cycle of absentee fatherhood experienced during his childhood. When his father walks out of his life as a young boy, Jamiyl grows increasingly angry and resentful. Samuels finds refuge in the power of Hip Hop music channeling his angst into the art of rhyme.
The birth of his child adds new purpose to Jamiyl's life and "Pass The Torch..." is his story of reflection, heartbreak, forgiveness and determination to become and remain a hero to his own children. Samuels also makes the case for Hip Hop music and Hip Hop inspired films as positive examples of the willingness of Black men to be fathers to their children.
$20.00 Order from Amazon
W.R.E.a.C Havoc Enterprises presents:
Just My Thoughts, Ladies and Gentlemen: a collection of short stories and poetry
A collection of short stories and poetry aimed to educate and entertain from the mind of Jamiyl Samuels. The author broaches controversial subject matter with the retelling of a fictional "driving-while-Black" traffic stop, jail through the eyes of an adolescent, and a strong opinion on the reasoning behind NBA superstar LeBron James' departure from the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2010.
With the true story of his first week as a challenger on BET's televised Hip Hop battle 106 and Park Freestyle Friday, a salute to the life and legacy of Michael Jackson, and a strong statement on fatherhood through poetry, "Just My Thoughts..." promises something for fans of drama, music, sports, and real life experiences.
$15.00 Order from Amazon
The follow-up to "Pass The Torch: How A Young Black Father Challenges the Deadbeat Dad Stereotype"!
The Amazingly Sensational heroes have moved to a new home! See our new T.A.S.K. HERE