Saturday, December 17, 2011

Any Pub Is Good Pub

Beth Rickers Namanny wrote an article about me today in the Worthington Daily Globe. She is a feature writer for the paper and the younger sister of one of my classmates, Marty Rickers.

Here is a photo they used in the article: You may enlarge it by clicking on the photo:

She did a nice job and like most journalists who misquote me, Beth did not. It is always refreshing to read an article and know people are reading my exact words and not something I supposedly said or wrote.

You may read the article by clicking here.

She writes about my new book, I Still Believe in Tomorrow, and my hope is it will help inform people of the book to help sell it. If you have not ordered your copy, or you wish to buy copies to give as gifts for the holidays, simply click here.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions about ordering the book.

As always, I look forward to your comments.

Again, Happy Holidays!

Later,

Mike

3 comments:

Earl Hipp said...

THAT is a great article Mike. And your comments in her article sound just like a cool, professional speaker. Very nice! A nice holiday present if you ask me.

Anonymous said...

I have your book on my Kindle. I started reading it and didn't stop until I was finished. I found it very interesting and in some ways I could relate to it since I am a polio victim and now experiencing post polio syndrome symptoms. Your dad was my Biology teacher at Edgerton High School and he was my counselor at Worthington Jr. College. I presently teach at risk teenagers at an Area Learning Center. I am a Reading Specialist/Teacher. I wish you the best.

I'm Not Done Yet said...

Dear Anonymous,

Thank you for the compliment. I'm glad you liked "I Still Believe in Tomorrow." I have had several people tell me they couldn't put it down once they started reading it. That is a HUGE compliment. I appreciate it!

I'd like to know who you are. Please write to me at my email address at mike@patcom.com and we can communicate privately and not on this public forum.

Merry Christmas!

I look forward to hearing from you.

Later,

Mike