A Hero Who Can Be You! is a 311-page episodic narrative that crosses the genres of humor, self-improvement, and inspirational fiction. Storyline: A comical but troubled young knight from Camelot journeys into the future; his quest is to feel and act like a king. With 50 knightly lessons in living, this mostly amusing, sometimes hilarious, knight-time story has something for everyone. Especially, the book will be entertaining and enlightening reading for anyone (Rated PG-13) who aspires to become the very best that he or she can be. Most of the problems in the world are character-related issues. If God suddenly appeared, perhaps at the White House, the first thing the Lord might say is this: If everyone could read just one more book in their lifetimes, other than the Holy Bible, that book should be A Hero Who Can Be You! On both the cover and back cover, I have inferred that A Hero Who Can Be You! should be considered to be THE BOOK in association with the increasingly recognized NO MORE slogan and campaign, which brings public awareness to our nation's problems with respect to domestic violence, sexual assault, rape, etc. This socially significant book addresses all of these issues and many, many more--the character-building book accounts for virtually every aspect of interpersonal communication and behavior. It also offers sound, practical, common-sense solutions to problems that affect our society on a daily basis. The book is available at Amazon.com and other online retail outlets. The book is also available in Kindle, Nook-book editions and on other electronic book-reading devices. And the book is available in an Adobe, PDF-file, eBook download at: OneSuperBook.com For more information, please visit: OneSuperBook.com
A native of Colorado who now resides in Pueblo West, I graduated from Metropolitan State College in Denver, where I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 1971. More important than my formal education, I also graduated with honors from the school of hard knocks. I have authored and successfully marketed two self-published books on the subject of business leadership: The Heart of Management and Practicing Dynamic Leadership in the Workplace. At the ripe age of sixty-seven, I have learned that the most effective way to teach various aspects of self-improvement is to employ subtle, self-instruction, motivational techniques. The elements of tact and humor in conjunction with the practice of basic or reverse psychology are also important. I have tried to combine all of these factors in authoring A Hero Who Can Be You!