"I cannot tell you what a profound influence those two periods of seventh grade English with you wound up having on my life. It was all those assignments written in a fat cursive hand in a red spiral-bound notebook that I still possess that made me realize how much I enjoyed writing and think of myself for the first time as a "writer."
--From Mike Stuckey, who is a senior writer for MSNBC out of Portland and won national awards for his series on prostate cancer and Katrina
I wrote my book for my grandson who is five. I'm hoping that it will inspire him when he's a teenager. The teenage years are tough times...We often forget the values that were instilled in us when we were "young" and "stupid." I'm lucky because even though I suffered a head injury in 2001, I still remember what those before me taught me, and that is why I wrote the book. For my grandson to remember what he has learned through the years.
--Thank you, John Koza
"This work is riveting because it is creative and a trap for lazy readers, who when they start they will be forced to go on and on.....like my self.
Little angel, well-done, keep it up and keep storming this world and let the world see your creative products. I wish you all success and happiness as I wish the readers a good read and joy..."
--DR.Aboudi Hassan, English professor, Ajman University, United Arab Em