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New Compilation Features Stories that Have the Potential to Change the Views of Many Around the World

One would have to be born in the past, to truly appreciate how communication has evolved throughout the years. Author Gerry Gialogo Grindulo witnessed its evolution from the snail mail that takes months before reaching another country to the email that takes one click to send to the recipient. He shares many emails and stories in his new book EMAILS Fwd: FW:.

In this book, the author shares a compilation of fiction and non-fiction stories based on what could happen in the real world. Most of these tales and anecdotes are forwarded emails; thus, accreditation can be lost throughout such long chain mails and whatnot. He does not own these works and encourages those who own some of the works to contact him so he can give credit where it is due. He feels that these stories are meant to be shared as they have the potential to change the views of many in the world.

Essentially, EMAILS Fwd: FW: is all about impacting other peoples’ lives. Readers can find stories about love, stories about faith, stories about relationships, stories about emotions, about morality, and much more. These have helped shaped and formed the author’s life, and they changed him in ways that he had never thought before. And so, he compiles the works of various writers, some known, some unknown, so that there may be a chance that these words may make a difference in the lives of readers as they did to him.

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About the Author
To know Gerry Gialogo Grindulo is to know his faith, family, friends, and feat. He believes in One God, the Father Almighty; Jesus Christ, the Son of God; Virgin Mary, Mother of Christ; and The 10 commandments. He concurs with poem Desiderata, and that people should love and respect each other, no matter what their religion, belief, color, nation, or orientation is. His family is his reason for living. All in the family has great love and concern for each other. His dad left the family with the legacy of unconditional caring. His mom devotes her entire life, all her deeds, and all her thoughts for the welfare of her children. Gerry hopes this kind of love be carried on to the next generations by their children. Still very much in touch with old time buddies from different parts of the glove (thanks to emails), his business associates and clients now relate to him as a friend, as well. Valuing education a lot, the author pursued a Master’s Degree in Business and licensures in securities, insurance, and real estate brokerage, even after completing his degree and professional licensing in chemical engineering. Endeavored to make a difference on people's lives, Gerry incorporated The Difference in 1997. His Financial Engineering concept helped clients secure their future today. His business is the only source of funding for his project, Bagong Planeta (New Planet) a crusade aimed to empower the Filipino people and to increase wealth in their community. This book, EMAILS Fwd: FW:, envisioned to inspire readers on different aspects of life, serves as a gateway to Gerry’s succeeding books: In Search of the Difference, Little Gears That Make the Difference, and We, the People, The Difference Then and Now, as here, readers are invited to share their own stories. To learn more about the author, visit http://www.Grindulo.com.

EMAILS Fwd FW * by Gerry Gialogo Grindulo
The Difference Communication Generation
Publication Date: May 5, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 385 pages; 978-1-4500-1358-1
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 385 pages; 978-1-4500-1359-8

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