Biographies by Ronald Joseph Kule
"WOW is a great start! This is a wonderful account of one man's voyage and how in so many ways every reader will connect with something. It is engaging - it's a testament of the human spirit.”—Tracy Repchuk, #1 Amazon.com Best Selling Author
“Kule’s work is a ‘Must Read’ for all Foodies, especially those aspiring TV cooks or chefs. FIVE STARS. FASCINATING, HARD TO PUT DOWN.” -- Chef Charles Knight, Tampa, FL
“Chef Tell made cooking on TV the new frontier. He did it with humor, a thick German accent and was rather bossy. ‘Let me show you how to cook this,’ he would say. He showed, we learned, we laughed. I am honored to be a part of the book!”—Jan Yanehiro, First Co-Host, Evening Magazine, San Francisco.
“Author Ronald Joseph Kule's excellence can be felt in the pulse that beats from within the pages. I stood back in amazement as Ron took a complex, infuriating, yet ultimately appealing character, and produced one superbly crafted work of literature.” — J. David Miller, sports journalist & published author
“The story you have written is fantastic! I knew Chef Tell as a talented Master Chef and worked as his pastry chef for more than 10 years.” – Suladda May, Restaurateur, Thai Orchid, Grand Cayman Island
"My dad, who is 99 and has the mind of a 25-year-old, reads one to two books a week. He said, 'It is outstanding, and the author is a very gifted writer.'" -- Sharon Dacey, Actress, Pennsylvania.
“Fans of The Cooking Channel, as well as those who are making cooking their profession, may find this book the perfect companion to their morning coffee. FIVE STARS.” -- Maggy Graham, Web Designer, Largo, FL
NOTE: Order copies of this book - hardcover, Kindle book, Audiobook formats - through your favorite online outlet or at Amazon.com.)
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Terry Hitchcock, a businessman, and entrepreneur ran the distance of 75 marathons in 75 consecutive days ... at age 57 ... after he'd suffered a heart attack. He ran to bring media attention to the plight of single-parent children after he'd raised his three children alone. A subsequent film and book won acclaim in 27 countries and awards at film festivals. Now, his life story is captured in this book. A feature film is also in the works. 347 pages, softcover.
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“Terry Hitchcock’s story is as riveting as it is purposeful. This extraordinary account will keep you mesmerized as you wind through an improbable yet quite thrilling life as told by Ronald Joseph Kule in a whimsical, engaging style that captures you from the onset ... an incredible tale of perseverance, dedication, and love.” — Teresa Reile, Public Relations Executive.
(NOTE: Pre-release ordering now available. Release Day is May 27, 2019. Pre-release order offer: 50% off retail now; delivery on Release Day.)