Retired Engineer Publishes Book Elaborating the Existence of an Omnipotent Creator

Author debunks and negates the popular theory of evolution

“The Myth About Evolution” by John Constantine Capleton is an engrossing read, giving a rational explanation of the universe’s origin.

At an early age, Capleton already had a fascination with creation and evolution. Through this book, he offers a scientific viewpoint on why God, an intelligent and omnipotent creator, is real. He believes that only God has the attributes to be the source of our existence. Further, he elaborates why the universe was planned and executed to manifest itself as an ordered system.

He also presents a detailed exploration on whether we have a real purpose here or not. In analyzing these, he attempts to determine which best fits how the world manifests itself and the possible source of its existence. He finds that there is nothing random about the order that people see and experience. He believes that order and randomness are mutually exclusive. The laws that control the material world are fixed and never change. Together, these generate universal order. These laws, he says, work to maintain harmony in the universe.

Well written and researched, “The Myth About Evolution” is recommended to skeptics, agnostics, and atheists alike. Capleton’s studies, observations, and experiences debunk the theory of evolution and will enlighten readers that there is indeed a higher power that guides us to maintain a spiritual order.

Author John Constantine Capleton was born in Oracabessa, a small town on the north coast of Jamaica. A retired engineer, Capleton had several hobbies and would switch from one to the other depending on his mood at any point in time. His hobbies included drawing, from an early age, which led to oil painting. He also made model cars, boats, and planes as a teenager. He also became interested in electronics, music, and woodworking. He now lives in Arizona with his wife. They have three daughters.
The Myth About Evolution
John Constantine Capleton
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Towson, MD Retired Judge And Lacrosse Coach Publishes Book

Ten Hounds: A Personal Journal, a new book by Judge G. Darrell Russell, Jr., has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

Lacrosse has been a special sport in Baltimore and Maryland since the turn of the twentieth century. It flourished as an amateur sport in Baltimore in a manner unrivaled in the United States, except perhaps on Long Island and in upper state New York. Most of the colleges and universities in Maryland flourished in their lacrosse programs, primarily due to the presence of the best high school league in the US, namely, the MIAA (Maryland Independent Athletic Association). Schools like Navy, Maryland, Towson, Baltimore University, UMBC, and especially Johns Hopkins all produced strong nationally ranked lacrosse teams and many US championships. Amidst all these strong programs, Loyola College (now Loyola University Maryland) was floundering in mediocrity until the mid-1970s. Coach Darrell Russell convinced the Loyola administration to indulge the lacrosse program with scholarships and financial attention. A steady rise to the top began until Loyola won the NCAA Division-I national championship in 2012. This is the story of that journey, filled with entertaining anecdotes along the way.

About the Author
Judge G. Darrell Russell, Jr. retired as a member of the Maryland judiciary in 2011 after twenty- one years on the bench. He has since returned to the practice of law in Baltimore County, Maryland, specializing in criminal and traffic defense. As a young attorney in the 1970s he spent afternoons on the athletic fields of Loyola College coaching cross country, tennis and lacrosse. He later served as the first commissioner of the MILL, which became the NLL (National Lacrosse League). He became the general manager of the Baltimore Thunder of the MILL (Major Indoor Lacrosse League). Many of his players were Loyola College alums. He had a brief dance with stardom on the lacrosse field as an undergraduate at Loyola, wherein he earned a lifelong nickname of “Diamond.” He received his law degree from the University of Baltimore and his masters of liberal arts from Towson University. Judge Russell has four adult children, whom he coached in youth lacrosse. He lives in Towson, Maryland.

Ten Hounds: A Personal Journal is a 186-page paperback with a retail price of $15.00 and eBook ($10.00). The ISBN is 978-1-6480-4900-2. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For members of the press, to request a review copy, visit our virtual pressroom at or to buy the book visit our online bookstore at

Las Vegas, NV Retired Educator Publishes Book to Help Fellow Educators

An Educator’s Journey to a Successful School: Moving a Failing School to Success, a new book by Leary B. Adams, Jr., Ed.D, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

The book is about building a dedicated, professional team with a common vision of educating every child. This school included a majority of historically under-represented students and second language learners. An Educator’s Journey to a Successful School emphasizes the realization that we all come to the classroom with both conscious and unconscious biases, and the importance of realizing and addressing our biases. It tells how a group of Professional Educators with training, a systemic school wide plan, and a dedicated “no excuses” attitude, did in fact, find success.

About the Author
Dr. Adams is a retired educator, serving parents and students for more than twenty-seven years. Starting in 1987, he performed duties as a classroom teacher, assistant principal, and Highly Qualified Principal. He presented on various educational topics and best practices at the national level including The Council of Great City Schools, Association of Black School Educators, and the National Association of Elementary School Teachers. Presently, Dr. Adams serves in numerous ministries within his church. His community service activities include President of the James B. Knighten Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen. He is a life member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Finally, prior to embarking on a career in education, Dr. Adams served in the United States Air Force from 1976 through 1987, attaining the rank of Captain. He is the recipient of numerous civilian and military awards and honors. Dr. Adams has been married for thirty-nine years to Regina Jones Adams. They have four sons, Leary, Christopher, Cory and Royce. He resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.

An Educator’s Journey to a Successful School: Moving a Failing School to Success is a 38-page paperback with a retail price of $9.00 (eBook $5.00). The ISBN is 978-1-6366-1227-0. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For members of the press, to request a review copy, visit our virtual pressroom at or to buy the book visit our online bookstore at

Retired PA Teacher Marveta Clark Writes Inspiring New Children’s Book

Halloween Colors, a new book by Marveta Y. Clark, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

About the Book

“Halloween Colors tells the story of an eight-year-old African American who discovers she is ‘colored’ from her white best friend during a Halloween party, a time that should be fun. Her friend Iris does not realize how hurtful this is to her and now she must face some difficult truths about the world we live in.

This important book for children of all ages and skin colors seeks as a way for parents to begin the long-overdue discussion of race to our children and seeks to explain how hurtful words can be when talking to people of different races. Parents are encouraged to use Halloween Colors as the prompt for this discussion and to provide a new generation with more insight and empathy than those of the past.”

This book encourages learning and open discussing in budding readers. Then when the story is over, there are blank pages in the back of the book for readers to express themselves creatively through journaling or drawing.

About the Author

Marveta Y. Clark is a gifted teacher and has taught elementary school for thirty-seven years and Sunday school since 2003. She was a mentor in the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization from 2017 to 2019 and continues to mentor her little sister. From 1998 to present, she has worked for QVC as a guest coordinator, sales associate, and the only African American tour guide. She is also a life member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Her family consists of one older sister and one younger sister and brother, five nephews, and ten grandnieces and grandnephews. Having never married, she considers her students to be her children. Clark has always enjoyed writing and telling stories and is excited to share this first published work with the world.

Halloween Colors is a 30-page paperback with a retail price of $9.00. The ISBN is 978-1-6495-7120-5. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, or to request a review copy, please go to our virtual pressroom at or our online bookstore

Retired Teacher from Woodland, CA Writes Faith-Based Children’s Book

Fruititude: Growing Spiritual Virtues Through Adversity, a new book by Shyreece D. Pompey, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

This new book is a faith-based primer for troubled youth or teens, young adults, or even mentors who wish to walk alongside them when experiencing adversity. Young married couples starting their own families can use this primer to begin healing from past broken relationships. It is great for youth group Bible studies or small group talks. This book is not to define the fruits of the spirit for an exhaustive content study of each one, but instead it’s designed to depict what each desired character trait listed could look like as it’s applied or lived out in the circumstance of the fictional fruit-named characters.

This book uses personified fruit characters who go through relatable circumstances that broken individuals or families can identify. Author Shyreece D. Pompey uses the wisdom of the Scriptures, reflective drawing/journaling, and cooking, so that individual families can begin to heal from traumatic experiences.

About the Author
Shyreece D. Pompey, retired Public School Teacher in 2015, is now a faith-based Author. HOPE: It Will Not End with My Death is another book that challenges the heart to endure times of suffering with grace. Shyreece received her master’s degree in Educational Leadership shortly after being diagnosed with a rare Stage IV lung cancer. Despite the illness, Shyreece diligently served on nonprofit boards and held offices that positively impact local communities. Being trained as a Stephen Minister equipped her to face her ongoing medical challenges while helping others with traumatic situations. Overcoming insurmountable odds to become a professional teacher for 17 years was Shyreece’s childhood dream.

Shyreece is married to Minister Douglas W. Pompey of 30 years and is actively involved with her three grandchildren. She loves container gardening, singing, and making lap quilts. Nothing brings Shyreece greater joy than watching God work in the lives of Believers living in a fruitful relationship with Christ Jesus. Growing in the image of Christ is the reward now, and dwelling with Jesus forever is the ultimate gain. Originally from the “Michiana” area, Shyreece taught there for 28 years alone. Currently, residing in Woodland, California, she loves the community she has found there, but Michiana will always be her home.

You can keep up with Shyreece and her inspiring journey on her official website

Fruititude: Growing Spiritual Virtues Through Adversity is a 104-page paperback with a retail price of $37.00. The ISBN is 978-1-6491-3851-4. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, or to request a review copy, please go to our virtual pressroom at or our online bookstore