Chronicles of an Uncommon Kid

Chronicles of an Uncommon Kid
46 Pages
ISBN 978-1546843825

This book is written by a boy about a boy. Johnny is the boy the book is about. People say he’s uncommon. When someone says or does something wrong or mean, he can see or speak the best in them (even when it’s himself!). He doesn’t really like school – not because of learning new stuff (that’s cool!) – but because so many people are always saying and listening to jerky stuff, but I guess that’s what he’s there for… to balance all that stuff out.

Reggie Legend

About Reggie Legend (Chicago, Illinois Author)

Reggie Legend

Reginald Kee (d.b.a. Reggie Legend) is the author of over 16000 poems and haiku. Reggie has had his work featured on several online websites and forums for over a decade.

Seeking to increase his platform as a motivational speaker and workshop facilitator, Reggie began writing social commentary known as poetitorials: a combination of poems and editorials. These writings have gone on D6to spark dialogue in forums rangingpp from sites such as to collegiate student newspapers and composition courses at Columbia College Chicago. The catalog of these writings can also be found on his “With a Strong Hand” blog at

He is the author of two self-published books: Steel Waters VOLUME I: DUPLicate AuthentICITY and Defacing the Music: What Slips into the Grooves Once God Gets Removed.

As a youth advocate, Reggie tours local school districts motivating a variety of students with material geared towards specific needs. Reggie offers direction to students in college-preparatory classes based on his own experiences through a series of workshops that reclaims the status of the word “genius” as an accessible commodity that exists in all of us through the formula GENIUS = PASSION + TALENT + PURPOSE. For young men who find it difficult to gain traction in school at the elementary and middle school level, Reggie created the Fox Valley Kings program to instill purpose and a sense of ownership in the one resource that makes us all rich: words. With the motto “Crowning Achievement One KING at a Time,” the students learn that they can influence their environment and determine how well they rule as kings by how well they manage the richness found in the power of words.

Reggie married his wife, minister Quiana Kee, on August 21, 2004. Together, they have two children and are co-founders of Ink Well Spoken and Manu Forti Ministries which serve as the marketplace and faith-based umbrella programs for their motivational speaking initiatives, respectively.

Reggie studied at the University of Delaware; receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering in 2000. He went on to earn a Master’s in Business Administration from Argosy University with a concentration in Leadership Management in 2006. Having spent over a decade of his career in the field of post-secondary education, he has honed his expertise and best practices in customer service to equip students and families with sound college preparatory skills and the ability to identify resources and effective strategies for financial planning.

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