Anthony Klatch is a successful Hedge fund manager who is simultaneously completing his non-fiction theory “The Market is Not Random.” A highly soughtafter consultant for investment strategies and his “story-telling” style of fundraising, TWS is a direct argument against the theories presented in NYT bestseller about scientific uncertainty called “The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable” that was written by Nassim Nicholas Taleb.
THE WHITE SWAN (SUPER BUBBLE)
With the US government on the edge of a catastrophic $100 Trillion debt collapse, an emotionally love-torn, young financial prodigy is called into action. He naively believes his success and market insight are the only considerations calling him to Washington, but pulling the strings is an envious foe. This older rival is not only the father of the prodigy’s only love, but also an insanely wealthy, sociopath, with a personal agenda. With the men’s personal issues starting to be exposed they are slammed into a legal battle by a government they are ultimately trying to save.
received his MBA in Finance from Loyola University in Chicago. He is one of the heirs to the Scripps Family Fortune and is currently serving a 10 year prison sentence for a charge that was brought to the FBI by his own mother.
SCRIPPS DESTRUCTION OF A LEGACY
The Scripps family is considered one of the oldest and richest publishing families in the world. The darkness surrounding their dynasty has crippled each generation with greed, mistrust,murder, lust, mental illness, alcoholism, and infidelity. With an empire crumbling beneath them, one mother, a self-admitted drug addict clothing herself in Princess Diana dresses, delivers her only son to the FBI as part of a settlement with Merrill Lynch to secure a merger deal for the family business. A court case with the absurdity of a Jerry Springer episode produces hit men, porn-stars, and government officials. The case erupts as U.S. Federal District Judge Davis instructs the jury to determine if a crime occurred, and disregard if people had “squandered, in a profound way, their lives.” A glimpse inside the cover-ups and newspaper articles, which lead the family to this point, is exposed. Michael Scripps is currently serving a 10 year Federal Prison Sentence for wire fraud totaling $6500. The Scripps Empire is growing again.
is an author who according to his records has ghost written over 108 self-help books (although only 54 can be directly attributed) for movie stars, politicians, and business leaders. He often wrote these books
without permission and without guidance. You’ve never heard of him. He wrote these books while sustaining crushing addictions and being hunted by organized crime. He used to tell those who knew him later in life that if he wasn’t physically and mentally exhausted from drugs and alcohol, he just couldn’t get the “filth of self-help” off himself.
Originally from Chicago, DeHaven earned a MBA from Tulane after being ejected from college for arguing Frost cried out for sexual acceptance in Birches. An unknown fiction writer, perhaps his own sarcastic reveal is best: DeHaven, who resides in Virginia, struggles with stunning good looks and adherence to moral fortitudes. Described as a thinking man’s Tucker Max as well as an idiot’s Hunter S. Thompson, he hopes to die while trying to emulate Hemingway. He and Michael Enzo were friends.
Confessions of a Self-Help Writer (The Journal of Michael Enzo)
A ghost, a philanthropist, a con man, a devout Catholic, a gigolo, a savior, an heir, a common man, a writer, and an addict are just some of the words used to describe Michael Enzo. He defrauded an industry for almost 20 years by exploiting people’s insecurities and profiting from them.
After failing to make an impact on society he began to destroy those closest to him, including Benjamin DeHaven, the author of this book. More than likely these two friends contributed more to the field of self-help than they had intended. Their friendship is a story clouded by fiction and fact and was ruptured by an adult film star. Believing they could only understand people’s problems by suffering along with them they lived on the razor’s edge. Enzo was seen in a Federal building last year, but mysteriously disappeared before sentencing.
This journal was salvaged from Enzo’s New Orleans estate after hurricane Katrina and was originally hidden by Enzo’s wife. In an effort to seek forgiveness for his deception, DeHaven found this journal and hopes people will start helping themselves again after reading it. Discover what turns someone from preaching salvation towards seeking its destruction. This is a true story.
Charlotte Monaco was an elementary school teacher for over 20 years before leaving her passion behind due to health complications. During her career, faith grew as she observed how children viewed world events, which we as adults thought too complicated for them to comprehend. “God Bless the little children, while they are still too young to hate.” All of the Proceeds from Charlotte’s Books go to either: