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Author BJ Mayo, a 1974 graduate of Big Spring High School, made a stop in Big Spring over the weekend to promote his first book “Alfie Carter” with a book signing at Hotel Settles and at the Heritage Museum. 


Mayo told KBest News that he wrote the book over the course of six years to write and was published in January 2021. The book covers from Angola, West Africa to West Texas. It’s two parallel stories that co-mingle together at the end. One is about a little African girl whose village is wiped out by a group of boy soldiers, which was typical in the Angolan War, and a workaholic, small-town detective who is also battling memories of his past.


The book was published out of SkyHorse Publishing of NYC and marketed by Simon and Schuester. 


Money from the “Alfie Carter” Book sales from Saturday would be matched by Mayo and donated to the Heritage Museum.


Mayo’s second book “Sparrows of Montenegro” is expected to hit shelves in mid-October 2021. According to Mayo, the book is heavily rooted in Hispanic culture and Dia de Los Muertos. It is a fictional western based in the 1870s that starts in Mexico and travels through areas of Texas including Big Spring.


For more information on BJ Mayo and his book "Alfie Carter" visit

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