Growing up around a culture that feeds from tourism and agriculture, writing was far from the mind of young Cornell Bunting, but getting the opportunity to explore English literature and a world of expressing your sense through writing. The change of events within the walls of what became known as Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was life-changing. The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were debated, adopted, and birthed. Within the Constitution lies multiple Amendments. The First Amendment is essential and critical to what authors do: Freedom of Religion, Speech, and the Press. Understanding the First Amendment was for the Freedom of Religion, Speech, and the Press. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise of or abridging the freedom of speech, the press, or the right of people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievances. Value greatly that the Founding Fathers lit the author's writing path with … freedom. Freedom for words and the creation of books. True independence. Cornell Bunting wanted to join in the universal cheer and celebration of the power of words. The meaning behind the stories he writes, his work's impact on his target audience, and the ability to make a difference in the lives of people who didn't understand how to cope with their adversities. In the writing field, Cornell Bunting finds himself trying to create change that could solve problems, relieve pain and entertain. Many writers in the literary community see and experiencing clouds growing for censoring, even banning of words ... of books. More books. In 2023 the author saw tables filled with books on the banned book lists in bookstores they visit. Cornell Bunting had the privilege of speaking at the Florida Authors and Publishers Association meeting, and he also got a chance to interact with authors, librarians, and publishers. The author started his writing career by releasing a kid's book called "Lion with no roar" The book talks about a lion cub, Buptavius returning to face a challenge from his uncle, who wanted it all. He had learned discipline and was happy he brought joy back to the face of his parents; Buptavius found his purpose and would later bring life to the kingdom. Then he wrote a story about a boy gator who loves water dropping or dripping from anywhere. He wanted the kids' reading this one-sentence page book to understand how confused Peedie got with understanding the different types of water "drip drop." This short takes you on a quick journey with Peedie as he learns the difference between the "drip drops," so he called the book "Peedie likes the drip drop." Then his first number one book came when he published "Bunt Walk," A collection of poems that address the mindset Cornell Bunting had after being released from jail, seeing his boys create moments with them and cherish all the quality times—understanding the unknown and how certain it is by trying his faith. After escaping prison, Cornell Bunting finds himself in a complicated time, dying in sixteen minutes. After death knocks at his door, Cornell finds himself in between worlds, trying to figure out what's real and what's not. The chaos brought him closer to God and his purpose. Thinking back on the situation, Cornell wondered what got him into his life-changing situation. After Cornell spends ten months in jail, facing 32 years to a life sentence, getting out of jail, and stressing about his role as a father to his boys, the cause of his death, and how Cornell escapes his life sentence of the mind after escaping life sentence in prison. The drama unfolds as Cornell's memory quests to resolve his mental life sentence. After releasing the book "Escaping a life sentence," Cornell Bunting got his first big number-one book, sitting at number one for over a month on Amazon, selling over six thousand units daily. Later that year, Cornell Bunting released "The Bellman – A drug dealer assistant" In this gripping tale of a young boy with a big dream is filled with twists and turns as readers are guided into the dark world of the drug trade. The harsh realities of this secret lifestyle are chronicled in this harrowing tale of the man who becomes one of the most prominent players in the international crime scene, posing as a simple bellman. This story of family love, community dynamics, near-death experiences, and ultimate redemption will have you hooked. You will love and want to share this page-turner with your friends. This book got a four-day peak at number two on Amazon. Then Cornell Bunting released the sequel of Escaping a life sentence, named, Escaping the Darkness, where he describes the darkness he faced and the light that shone through to help him walk free from a jail cell and free his spirit. This new purpose drove him to tell stories, write books and share his message that often when everything is taken away from you, you can find out who you are and what you are meant to do. In this surreal and compelling journey, Cornell offers hope to those facing challenges beyond human power to solve and shows the way of faith and hope to those ready to rely on a power greater than anything here on earth. Walk this road with Cornell and find your inner peace and power to overcome all adversity you may face today. This book peak number one for a week and a half on Amazon. Nostril Adventure is a unique mouse book that tells the tale of a mouse with the gift to smell and identify the finest cheeses with his enormous nose. The story surrounds Nostrils' quest for survival and his mission to protect the most valuable cheese from his evil nemesis, Roscoe. This story is both adventurous and intriguing. You've probably heard the old saying, "If you love something, set it free. If it comes back to you, then it's meant to be." This saying can be true of any particular love relationship, including friendship. It may be especially true for the friendship found between people and animals! Author Cornell Bunting's Leslie Plover is an enchanting children's chapter book about just this kind of special love and friendship. The book shares the tender and heartwarming story of Liliana, a nine-year-old girl who, on one fateful visit to the beach with her parents, meets a special, black-bellied plover bird who drops a rose at her feet in the sand to say hello. Cornell Bunting reflects and honors this day; he embraces the power of his words. The storytelling represents Cornell's words, his passion, and his vision. He holds it high for the freedom to write what he images or his own experience that readers can relate to, so celebrate with Cornell Bunting by going to his website and purchasing a book that will entertain you or your child if you're a parent. As you get familiar with Cornell Bunting's work, brace yourself for his next.