“My mind is like someone emptied the kitchen junk drawer onto a trampoline” – Pinterest
Before I go any further, I think I have forgotten something Very Important. I have forgotten the Many people I need to Thank.
First of All, Ryan – for being the awesome person he is. Second, his parents – my daughter and son-in-law, for letting me tell Ryan’s story. My son and his family, for not being resentful about all the attention that Ryan gets. My husband – who always believes in me. My sister, my niece and nephew and their families, who are always there. My best friend, Sue, my best critic. All my friends and sewing buddies, who have been so supportive.
About the business side of writing:
Ingram Sparks who allows an unknown author to actually publish a book. Through their company, I became involved with 1106 Design – a fabulous company located in Phoenix. As I am Not located in Phoenix, you would think that it would have been so difficult to get the project underway. However, they have made the process so easy. To Michele, Ronda, and all their crew, a HUGE THANKS.
Through 1106 Design, I met Josh Flanigan; a fabulous illustrator. This book would have been only words without his wonderful drawings. He captured Ryan’s personality, and I do not believe that I gave you enough credit. I could NOT have done this without you.
Lynn McGinnis, who I also met thru 1106 Design. A great marketing coach.
Jerome McLain, who constructed the website, and with whom I am still working.
I feel like I have forgotten many others – and as my brain is always scattered – I will include those people in other posts as I think of them.
I hope you enjoy Ryan’s story.
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