Frank  Nappi

Frank Nappi

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Frank Nappi has taught high school English and Creative Writing for over twenty years. His debut novel, "Echoes From The Infantry," received national attention, including MWSA's silver medal for outstanding fiction for 2006. His follow-up novel, "The Legend of Mickey Tussler," a groundbreaking baseball story, garnered rave reviews as well, including a screenplay adaptation ("A Mile in His Shoes") of the touching story which aired nationwide in September of 2011 and was released on DVD in January of 2012.

Frank continues to produce quality work, including "The Legend of Mickey Tussler: Sophomore Campaign," the intriguing sequel to the much heralded original story, and he is presently at work on a third installment of the unique series, as well as his first mystery /thriller entitled "Nobody Has To Know." Frank lives on Long Island with his wife Julia and their two sons, Nicholas and Anthony and continues to support organizations such as Autism Speaks, Best Buddies, and Challenger Baseball. For more about the author, visit his Web site at www.franknappi.com

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  • Jim Militano posted 740 days ago

    Jim Militano

    Hello Frank, I see your a Jets fan from Long Island, were neighbors! I'm a huge Jets fan from Franklin Square. I apologize again for the rude response but I have to say I imagined you were a Pats fan from Nebraska or something, not that it makes my resoponse more acceptable its just I would think being a Jets fan and going through the whole off-season of being the laughing stock that with you having the ability to write about the Jets you would write about football knowing all of the possibilities for good things from this years team. My response from your article was just "the straw that broke the camels back" kinda thing. I thought with camp finally opening that I had seen the last of all of it and was looking forward to greener pastures. Regardless, I'm glad I came to your page and also congratulations on your accomplishments, while I did question some of your facts I never said anything about the way you wrote it. I say that cause a fan was correcting my use of your and you're and I wasn't sure if it came out as if I was trying to correct your work, believe me that wasn't the case. I hope you can accept my apology if I offended you and I look forward to more articles on all teams NY, Have a great weekend!

  • Pete McAvoy posted 877 days ago

    Pete McAvoy

    Great articles Frank!

  • Brandon Warne posted 883 days ago

    Brandon Warne

    Awesome first article!