KPPC: A Journey Through History



Release Date of the Book

Posted on June 30, 2011 at 9:20 AM

     At the end of 2011 I completed writing the chapters for the book. Next I will edit them and choose which photos I will use for each section. I have several publishers in mind at the moment, but have yet to actually acquire one. I want to wait until the book is completely finished before I find one, so I don't have to deal with deadlines. I like doing this on my own time with no pressure.

     The longer I take to get the project done the more information I can add to it. I want to be as thorough as possible.

     I will definitely post information on a release date when it becomes available. I will even contact some of you personally to let you know.

     Thank you for your patience.

UPDATE: It is now nearing the end of April of 2014. Since the last time I've written here I have already published two other books. While both are fictional novels, one was about Kings Park. I am currently working on a book about my hometown, Yonkers. Considering I am under contract with The History Press I will complete the Yonkers book first, so that I can focus on my Kings Park book and get it published once and for all. I will most likely use the same publisher that I used for my first two books, Xlibris, so that I can do the book exactly the way I envisioned it. I hope you guys can be patient and wait just another year. I promise it will definitely be published by 2015. It's already pretty much written. It just needs a little editing and I still have to decide which photos I will use from the 1000s I have at my disposal. This book will be a two part project. The first will be the book you've all been waiting for, but the second will be purely a photographic journal of the KPPC. I hope both books will go a long way into fulfilling the satisfaction of all those who hold copies in their hands. I cannot wait for this book to be published and I know neither can you guys. Soon!

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Reply Jason Medina
4:41 AM on March 16, 2012 
I decided to hold off until May to see if they actually go through with the demolition project. It looks as though they will finally do it. What a shame.
Reply Jason Medina
11:06 AM on April 1, 2012 
The demolitions begin in May. I will take photos of the event to add to the book before it is finished. Sorry for the delay, but photos of the demolitions would be a great addition to the book.