“Quest of the Keys” Author Scotty Sanders to Participate in Meet the Author Event with High School Students January 29th

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“Quest of the Keys” author Scotty Sanders will do a Meet the Author event with high school students in Florida as a part of Celebrate Literacy Week. The event is expected to encourage and inspire students to pursue dreams of becoming an author as well as educate them as to why he wrote the book.

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I hope that the students will come away from this Skype call encouraged that they too can become an author if that is their desire

Author of fantasy novel “Quest of the Keys” Scotty Sanders will participate in a Meet the Author event through a Skype call with a small group of students at J.P. Taravella High School in Broward County, FL. The call will take place on January 29th.

The event is part of Florida’s Celebrate Literacy week, which the high school has been participating in for two years. The initiative is an annual event that celebrates the successes that students, educators, volunteers, parents, and administrators have accomplished in promoting and improving literacy.

J.P. Taravella High School selects one book each year that all of the students will read, and “Quest of the Keys” is this year’s novel. The novel was selected by selected by a literacy committee at the school and will be read by some 3,100 students.

“When I read ‘Quest of the Keys’, my first thought was: ‘our kids have to read this book!’ It’s a great story, but I particularly appreciate the way it deals with common issues that young people face today,” said Parinaz Bristol, Assistant Principal at J.P. Taravella High School, who served on the literacy committee

“Our students are really looking forward to the Skype call with Scotty,” Bristol added. “We have some prospective writers in the group whom I expect will gain some great inspiration from talking to a real author.”

Classes at the high school are also engaging in other activities relating to “Quest of the Keys,” including a door decorating contest and a book talk.

"I hope that the students will come away from this Skype call encouraged that they too can become an author if that is their desire,” said Scotty Sanders. “I believe in encouraging young people to dream big. They need to know they cannot let their own doubts or the cynicism of others allow them to limit themselves."

Quest of the Keys is being used as English language curriculum throughout the U.S. and in several foreign countries. For more information on “Quest of the Keys,” go to http://www.questofthekeys.com.

About Quest of the Keys
Quest of the Keys” is a fantasy fiction book about a young man who sets out on a journey to free slaves in a silver mine. Upon seeking advice from a wise mentor, he is challenged with the task of seeking hidden keys along his way that will enable him to unlock the true secrets of success. Leadership coach Scotty Sanders based the story on his teaching “The Eight Keys to Success” in hopes that young people will be captured by the story’s adventure as they learn keys to success to apply in their own lives. The book as being used as English language curriculum in public and private schools nationally and internationally. An audio book narrated by B.J. Harrison and a personal development kit based on the book are also available.

About Scotty Sanders
Scotty Sanders has been leading organizations for thirty years, first as a CEO for a multimillion-dollar company and then as an executive for a non-profit organization. Scotty has been recognized as the Louisiana Entrepreneur of the Year, Chamber of Commerce Business Person of the Year, and has been noted in trade magazines for his success in the business world. Scotty is a sought after speaker who has traveled both nationally and internationally to deliver speeches that are passionate, relevant, and challenging. He is also an author of books, training materials, and published articles. He and his wife, Cindy, live near Dallas, Texas.

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