Author Ronald Joseph Kule
I write across several genres, winning five-star reviews and, according to my readers, changing lives for the better.
How does a 2.7 ounces infant survive long enough to become the man whom many call "The REAL Forrest Gump?" at age 57? What were the adolescent events, who were the people, which shaped and molded his mettle into steel-like invincibility?
That was my challenge when I took on the task of researching and writing Terry Hitchcock's lifetime.
In 1984, at the age of 42, C-level, Coca-Cola executive Terry Hitchcock was happily married, a father and husband with three youngsters. A year later, his wife had succumbed to cancer, and he had lost his job.
Left to single-parent his children, he switched to entrepreneurship and created one of the country's largest business incubators, for which he received recognition and awards from Presidents Clinton & Reagan.
Importantly, he cared about the plight of all single-parented children and he wanted to do something about it. In 1996, at age 57, after suffering a heart attack, and against his doctor's advice, he decided to run the distance of 75 marathons in 75 consecutive days to win media attention to the growing problem affecting millions of children worldwide. HE SUCCEEDED!
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CHEF TELL The Biography of America's Pioneer TV Showman Chef
Forewords by Emmy-winning TV hosts Regis Philbin and Chef Walter Staib introduce this acclaimed hardcover book of the life and times of one of America's culinary icons, CHEF TELL, whose fan base numbered 40,000,000 Baby Boomers!
At 452 pages, with 70 photos and a seven-course dinner of new recipes from Chef Tell, this hardcover book is a rollicking, uplifting, inspirational read!
Published by Skyhorse Publishing, NYC.
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COMING in 2020:
CONVERSATIONS WITH ANIMALS
(Farm Girl to Veterinarian - the Dr. Ava Frick Story)
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