His latest book from St. Martin’s Press, “SAVAGE MESSIAH; How Dr. Jordan Peterson is Saving Western Civilization” is the biography of one of the most controversial figures of our time – Dr. Jordan Peterson. In the foreword by nationally syndicated radio host Dennis Prager, Prager writes, “The subtitle of this biography is “How Dr. Jordan Peterson is Saving Western Civilization.” It is not overstated. That is how important Jordan Peterson’s life and work are.”
Jim began his professional writing career at age 15 as a city reporter for the Lambertville (NJ) Beacon newspaper and went on as a journalist to write for the Bucks County Courier Times, Investor’s Business Daily and National Review Online. He has written screenplays for film and television producers including 20th Century Fox Television, Showtime Networks and numerous independent producers.
His first book, “Mr. Copacabana; An American History by Night” is in negotiations as an extended dramatic television series. The book reveals the outrageous life story of Jim’s father, Monte Proser, creator and operator of the iconic nightclub, and his involuntary business partnership with Frank Costello, the infamous “Prime Minister” of the mafia.
His second book, “I’m Staying with My Boys; The Heroic Life of Sgt. John Basilone, USMC” was published by St. Martin’s Press and awarded the United States Marine Corps Commandant’s Recommendation in 2011. It was the source material for the subsequent documentary film written and directed by Mr. Proser. The book and documentary have also served as the source material for speaking engagements to the United States Naval Institute in Washington DC, the University of Northern Idaho Writer’s Symposium, Bowdoin College Advanced Literature Studies, the Coeur D’Alene Charter Academy and numberous civic organizations and secondary schools.
His third book, “No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy; The Life of General James Mattis” was published by HarperCollins achieving the rank of #1 in its category and #17 overall on amazon.com. He has been interviewed about the book on television on “The Story with Martha MacCallum” and “Fox and Friends” on the Fox News Network and for radio on “Canon Calls”.
Jim lives in Pennington, New Jersey and spends his days working on his next book.