Gagnon wasn't the biggest or the baddest in the pen, in fact he had the disadvantage of youth to contend with.
He adopted the philosophy that you don't fear what you understand while viewing his incarceration as a learning experience.
Life at fifteen takes the reader through a 9 1/2 year journey as seen by a teenager and then a grown man. Ten years
in the making, it is intended to give readers an idea what prison is really like.
For years the author has helped kids by verbally telling his story in the streets, and in the classroom. The
response has always been positive. For each crime prevented or child that alters his course the author feels his experience
was not a waste of time but a lesson to be shared.
Now living in Palm Beach Gardens Fl, Gagnons hobbies are videography and photography.