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Jamiyl & Tracy-Ann Samuels



Jamiyl Samuels has been creatively writing for over 25 years. Whether it is screenwriting, blogging, creating poetry or song lyrics, he continues to do what he loves while striving to make an impact with his work. Within the last few years he has added the title of author to his impressive resume self-publishing a book on the importance of fatherhood in the Black community entitled "Pass The Torch: How A Young Black Father Challenges The Deadbeat Dad Stereotype" in 2011. In 2016 Samuels re-released a revised version of his debut with the intent on sharing his story with at-risk youth and families.

Tracy-Ann Samuels (left) is the Co-Owner and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of W.R.E.a.C Havoc Enterprises. She earned her Bachelors degree in Psychology and her Masters degree in Social Work from New York University. She has 18 years of experience in the Social Services field. Her educational background, training and passion for assisting youth, analyzing people, and relationships, qualifies her as the resident consultant on everything from advocacy, research, resource advice & counseling. Her social work experience provides vital information as it pertains to material published by the company dealing with children, families, and more. Her presence and expertise provides the balance necessary for W.R.E.a.C Havoc to succeed.  




It’s the first day at a new school for Amani and he is a bundle of nerves. Not only is he meeting a new principal, new teacher, and new friends, he must deal with JITTERS and FEAR following him around everywhere he goes. Will Amani summon up the strength to conquer these ghastly emotions, or will they overcome him?

W.R.E.a.C Havoc Heroes series presents the story of a boy who is faced with the challenge of adapting to a new environment and finding the courage to deal with his feelings head-on. This is a tale about CHANGE and how it affects the mind of an amazing boy.


Target audience: 3-9 years
Published April 2, 2019





  • The Amazingly Awesome Amani
  • Pass The Torch: How A Young Black Father Challenges The Deadbeat Dad Stereotype