Kurt Kurman’s new book “Homeless Not Helpless” is a gripping memoir of the author’s journey of rising from the depths of homelessness and tragedy

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Recent release “Homeless Not Helpless” from Page Publishing author Kurt Kurman is a riveting account of the author’s determination that ushered in hope and redemption from homelessness.

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Kurt Kurman, an amateur lyricist and a dedicated family man from Franklin, Indiana, has completed his new book “Homeless Not Helpless”: an encouraging autobiography about the author’s moments of homelessness and setbacks that shaped his will to survive and break free.

Author Kurman shares his love for his family that inspired him to thrive amid the misfortunes of his life: “In September 2009, my home for the past year was a no-tell hotel, so crime-ridden police were holding their nightly roll call in the hotel’s parking lot. Police were called to this hotel over one hundred times just that summer. I came home my last day there to find a SWAT team arresting my neighbor for (armed) robbery in the drug store across the street. I moved out then and there, fearing for my safety. The only option available to me at the time was to put myself out on the street. Homeless Not Helpless is my true story loosely based on a journal I kept during my homeless experience. With my protocol and (good) plan, I rose from the hole I was in, with my goal being to move to Franklin, Indiana, to be close to my son, who was in high school at the time. The whole ordeal exacerbated my existing PTSD condition. Still, I hope this truly amazing story will inspire whoever reads it. I was inspired to create this book by the rock band REO Speedwagon’s song ‘Keep on Rollin’.’ My mission statement is to give a free copy of the book to every homeless man, woman, and child I can find out there.”

Published by Page Publishing, Kurt Kurman’s invigorating book is a testament to the unyielding courage and wit of a homeless man that paved a path for transformation and purpose in his life.

Readers who wish to experience this uplifting work can purchase “Homeless Not Helpless” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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