• Book Release Party – A private book launch party is scheduled for August 3, 2013. Media is also invited. For further information, please contact: Jennifer Thomas at info@finalwordpress.com. Press Tours are currently in progress. If you would like to schedule an interview, please contact: Marissa Curnette at marissa@jkscommunications.com   Artwork by Robert Waxman

  • The McMillen Family Foundation serves Southern California by funding non-profit charities that serve people affected by drug and alcohol dependency. The Foundation continually seeks out new avenues for making a difference in the lives of substance abuse sufferers. Background The McMillen family built a very successful wholesale plumbing supply business consisting of nine highly-respected facilities… [Continue Reading]

    The McMillen Family Foundation
  • #1 Bestseller in SoCal, Karl McMillen’s Triumphs and Tragedies: A True Story of Wealth and Addiction Exclusive Offer – Signed by Karl McMillen Jr. First Edition Hardcover List Price $24.95 Sale Price $19.95 For wholesale ordering inquiries or if you have problems using our online purchasing system, please contact: info@finalwordpress.com Surf Artwork by Robert Waxman

  • Bill Hayes and Jennifer Thomas are a powerful publishing duo—Hayes, an established author; Thomas a prolific writer, editor, designer, and publisher. Their individual and collective works include the award-winning Hullabaloo!: The Life and (Mis)Adventures of L.A. Radio Legend Dave Hull and the perennial bestseller, The Original Wild Ones: Tales of the Boozefighters Motorcycle Club. With… [Continue Reading]

    About the Co-Authors, Bill Hayes and Jennifer Thomas
  • Born in 1928, Karl McMillen, Jr., grew up in a young and developing Southern California. From an early age, Karl displayed a drive for greatness; working odds-and-ends jobs, soaking up knowledge and skillsets from every available source. Karl began plumbing tract houses in Southern California as a partner in Alert Plumbing. He went on to distribute… [Continue Reading]

    About Karl
  • Hermosa Beach, California, in the mid-1960s. Sun, surf, swanky sand castles along The Strand, and a soundtrack of “Fun, Fun, Fun.” But the hang-loose life of the locals would soon be drowned out and painted black. The social storm brewing could turn even the most perfect wave into a brutal riptide. #1 Bestseller in SoCal… [Continue Reading]

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