C. Jeff Oakes writes from his home in Texas, USA. With a BS in Criminal Justice, he is an ardent student of human nature, criminal justice, law, and politics.
He has written numerous books, blogs, and newspapers and currently works as a Ghost Writer for clients worldwide. His recent publications include many genres, mostly related to the human condition.
A father of one, he is especially concerned with the future of the nation at this time for it appears that politicians seem bent on destroying the economy. His concern is that his son will not enjoy the same lifestyle as past generations for he and his generation shall be burdened with the debts we have created over the last 20 years.
He has a number of books currently published on Amazon. Many are available in both Kindle editions and Paperback.
Some are non-fiction books dealing with politics and justice as these are passions of Mr. Oakes’, but also can be found are fiction and poetry.
His books are listed below. Be sure to check out the excerpt provided and either click on the book or follow the links to order.
Soul Mates. Everyone has one, but how can one know when they have met theirs? How can one know if all those tiny similarities are the result of cool fate or cruel fate?
Jack Jackson is a widowed man reaching middle age who only once came near to connecting for life with the passion of soul mates. Now stoic and a bit of a neat freak, he meets a much younger woman, Jillian Russell, who turns his life completely around. Through Jillian, Jack learns to live again, to love again, to experience passion like he has never before known, and to finally start believing in fate.
But as we all know, fate can deal some pretty strange cards at times and in this graphic, erotic Novella by C. Jeff Oakes, Jack, Jillian, and the reader discover that soul mates are not always what they seem.
Does Size Matter? Not if you’re a Q-Tip®.
Learn how to drive your girl wild using nothing more than a lowly cotton swab. Also, learn how to use such everyday items as Jolly Ranchers®, Carmex®, and Bomb Pops® to add extra thrill to your sex life.
Never had a Supergasm? Never gave your girl one? Now’s the time. In this book, you will learn how to not only give your girl a Supergasm, but to get one yourself. It’s all in the technique. And not just the Q-Tip Technique, but also in the many other sex tricks found here.
Take your sex life to extreme new heights with the Q-Tip Technique and more.
Sometimes we want what we should not, while not wanting what we have.
A Novel told in Poetic form, Beware of What You Wish tells the story of a man reaching middle age who falls in love for the first time in his life, though married at the time. It is a very different kind of love triangle with both tragic and eye-opening consequences.
If you have read Survive and Thrive After the Collapse of the Dollar then you already know it is not only possible to survive that looming disaster, but also thrive in the aftermath.
Now in this second part of the series, learn how to prepare for the most important element in both survival and thrival…obtaining food. The best thing you can do to prepare now is learn how not only to provide ample food for your family, but more importantly, how you can become a supplier in the new economy.
A must for anyone concerned about the state of the nation at this time when Congress seems bent on destroying what little is left of the economy. And should collapse spill over into the rest of the world (which is likely), this book will help people worldwide prepare.
Read it, but do more. Plan and Prepare…then Survive and Thrive.
How often do we take the little things in life for granted? We are all guilty of this.
In this collection of Short Stories, this theme is explored with sometimes joyful results, sometimes tragic.
Americana is a collection of Poems reflecting life in America circa 1992-2012.
Some poems are whimsical and others serious, but all serve to show us how we are great, yet hold the potential for better.
Many today believe that the U.S. is in danger of economic collapse on the scale of the former Soviet Union. The so called Fiscal Cliff. Is it true? Is the danger real? If so, what can we do to protect our families? Even better, what can we do to thrive should that occur?
These are the questions answered in Survive and Thrive After the Collapse of the Dollar.
Recent violence in America has sparked heated debates over gun control. On the one side are those calling for control to stop the killing and on the other are those who believe guns are the only safety we have. Can the two sides find reconciliation and middle ground?
This book examines the issues in light of the Principles upon which the nation was founded with a view to understanding how middle ground may be found.
The first in a series of Essay Collections, these focus on some of the nuances of our Justice System along with the historic contexts by which these were derived. Researched and written in scholarly APA style, this collection is useful both for students of Criminal Justice or anyone with an interest in justice in America.
After Justice Antonin Scalia made the comment that the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was causing African Americans to feel entitled to the vote, people all across America were finally beginning to see just how racist the Republican Party really is. What is more, this comment demonstrated just how ingrained in their thinking this attitude has become.
But how did the Party of Lincoln become the party of hatred towards Blacks?
By tracing the matter to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Election of Nixon in 1968, author C. Jeff Oakes makes a connection with the Drug War which few suspect, but makes perfect sense in light of the evidence. A must read for anyone concerned with civil rights, the Drug War, and the future of American justice and politics.