(PRWEB) April 28, 2011
“I believe in miracles. There are many reasons I do. For now, suffice it to point out two: Between Mommy & me, we have respectively survived late stage and very aggressive forms of cancer. Neither of us should be here. But we are…and we did it together.”
(Princess Sheba Spirit Brooks Pomerantz)
Richard Pomerantz shares the unforgettable stories of their family dog’s extraordinary gifts of nature in
“A Love Letter From Princess: Lucky, Mommy & Me”
(An Unusual Memoir of the Indelible Love, Loyalty, and Leadership of a Once-In-A-Lifetime Canine Cancer Companion.)
In her characteristically upbeat, confident and low-key manner, the central figure of this extraordinary “dog-autobiography” relates with candor, humor and poignant simplicity an inspiring, sweet, flowing true story...A love story on several levels...About a philosophy of life...About dealing with the deck we are dealt and doing it with grace, dignity and love…About the true-life accounts of the indelible bond of unconditional human/canine love, and the unwavering commitment to serve of an authentic once-in-a-lifetime gifted, yet twice-discarded, and once physically deformed Anatolian Shepherd, who helped not only save and forever change the lives of her deathly ill cancer-stricken human mother and every other member of her adopted family. But whose life story also touched most everyone she met from around the world.
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About Richard Pomerantz
As an executive leadership coach and strategy advisor; motivational speaker and award-winning radio and television talk show host, interviewer and news analyst; basketball head coach and political campaign manager; and most importantly as loving caregiver for his wife Barbara (partner in life and business) as she courageously battled and miraculously won her war with cancer, Montreal-born Dick Pomerantz has marched to the beat of different drums guided by his favorite quote. “If you treat people as if they were what they ought to become, you’ll help them become what they are capable of being.” And he strongly believes the same can be said about dogs. Which is why like millions of dog lovers, he knows that just about every dog is, or able to be a good dog. And why some can rightly declare their canines are not just good, but very special. And even more so, why it can be said that the “cover girl” of this unusual memoir was not just a good and very special dog, but much, much, more.
A Love Letter From Princess: Lucky, Mommy & Me
- by Princess Sheba Spirit Brooks Pomerantz, As Told Through Her Father, Richard Pomerantz
An Unusual Memoir of the Indelible Love, Loyalty, and Leadership of s Once-In-A-Lifetime Canine Cancer Companion
Publication Date: March 28, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 356 pages; 978-1-4568-6370-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 356 pages; 978-1-4568-6371-5
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