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  • 02/2019
  • 978-1-7323753-1-4
  • 136 pages
  • $15.95
William Harry Harding
Author, Editor (anthology)
The Warrior
Subtitled, Tales of a Substitute Teacher and Job Coach. A funny, touching first-hand account by someone who claims, "I have always had the ability to get lost." Wanting to be seen as "cool" and be accepted by his peers, failure haunts Andy in his attempts to be a Substitute Teacher, until he surrenders to his faith. This spiritual journey leads him to a fulfilling career as a Job Coach.
Reviews
Kirkus Reviews

". . .hilariously self-effacing  —  he was once replaced by another substitute in the middle of class for his incompetence. In addition, his recollection is brimming with thoughtful aperçus, especially about teaching and art. . .An amusing but rambling series of recollections."     

Lisa A. Ratnavira

"In The Warrior the author reveals his vulnerable and heart filled moments of discovering a deeper journey.  He laughs at his experiences as a substitute teacher, a student, a family member and in regards to his inner turmoil. He uses laughter and humility to achieve his unique identity and perspective.  The reader will try on a lens that leaves them laughing out loud and thinking deeply about how they treat others. The Warrior is about much more than discovering one's career, rather a spiritual journey with humor and gratitude at its helm."

Lisa A Ratnavira, author of Grief's Labyrnith and other poems

Ying Wu

The Warrior is hilarious, poignant, and profound through and through.  This book is fun to read – however, the light-hearted, easy-going narrative belies its depth of insight on the human condition.  The Warrior is a book that I find myself going back to again and again.

Ying Wu

award-winning poet

Executive Editor, Kids! San Diego Poetry Annual

Formats
Paperback Details
  • 02/2019
  • 978-1-7323753-1-4
  • 136 pages
  • $15.95

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