Type in Ethen Carrell at Amazon.com and you will find College of the Sequoias student Ethen Carrell’s published books.
The Hanford West High School graduate and basketball player started writing books in college and continues to help writers and students overcome obstacles.
The 21 year old sells his more than ten published books through on-line sites such as Amazon.com, LuLu and Barnes and Nobles.com and by vending signed copies in Las Vegas and other locations.
Carrell’s best selling books include 101 Reasons Parents Should Be There For Their Kids!, with Angelica Ortega , Over Coming Obstacles; The true story of how Ethen Carrell went from being in a straight-jacket to receiving the most scholarships of his graduating class, and Calling All Writers; Can we change the world one page at a time?
Carrell’s favorite and current best selling book is Calling All Writers; Can we change the world one page at a time?
Carrell said this book is intended for every type of writer including articles, commercial, book, scripts and news writers. The book is intended to help writers reach their full potential and contains a challenge for the writer.
“It encourages people to reach their full potential in their writing,” Carrell said.
Carrell helps fellow students and makes spare money with his tutoring service. Ethen’s Independent Tutoring Services can be reached at (559) 572-2461 and rates are flexible. Carrell tutors most subjects and focuses on english, public speaking and sociology.
“I have a A, B or C or no fee policy,” Carrell said. “I stand by that and never have had to give a refund in 3 years.”
Carrell also helps authors to become published for a small fee. Carrell said that if someone has a finished and edited book on file he can help them become published and marketed.
“I can make someone a published author in literally one day,” Carrell said,
Carrell will graduate with a Liberal Studies Asscociates Degree from COS this May. Carrell plans on earning a second degree in social and behavior science to help further his writing by observing society.
“I like the way we observe society,” Carrell said. “The sociology classes have given me a whole new persective and understanding of Society.”
Last year Carrell was injured while playing basketball for Reedley College and went through a 1 year recovery. He wants to play ball next semester either as a walk on for COS or by returning to RC.
“I’m healed and I am ready to go,” Carrell said.