Vincent Alexandria is a nationally published author, who resides in Kansas City, Missouri. He is married and is an actor, producer, director, composer, lyricist, playwright, screenwriter, ghost writer, children’s author, vocalist, and bass musician. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Rockhurst College and a Master’s degree in literature from Baker University. He is working on his Doctoral degree from Southern California University Online.
He is the founder of the Brother 2 Brother Literary Symposium. Its mission is to enlighten men and women in reading and comprehension in order to enhance their quality of life. Nationally published authors show a commitment to their communities by giving back to their readers in gratitude of what they have done for them and their careers.
He has completed four murder detective mystery novels and has signed a book contract for If Walls Could Talk, and Postal Blues.
Vincent has completed his first short film for his novel, Black Rain and is currently marketing it for a major movie deal. You can view the short-film on YouTube at Vincent Alexandria/Black Rain.
The world comes crashing down when one of Detective Joe Johnson’s enemies orders his family to be killed. Detective Joe Johnson must rely on his partner, Vernon Brown and his hoodlum friends to spoil the murderous plot and face his own demons as he enters into this mystery of Black Heat. This stor...