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A Bucket List of Thank Yous
ISBN: 9781005191382

A Bucket List of Thank Yous is a compilation of Thank You letters I've written to the people who have had the biggest influence on my life. These letters to my parents, friends, teachers, mentors and others explain how people throughout our lives help mold us into the individuals we are. Even though my father possessed seemingly endless artistic talent, he found it difficult to write. He inspired me to honor my ability to write. This book is for everyone out there like my father, who find it difficult to put the words together to thank those who have left an imprint on their life. My hope is that you find inspiration to thank those individuals. Buy them a copy of the book, and send it along with a note about which letter best reflects your feelings toward them. The year 2020 has presented tremendous challenges for everyone, and through it all we've been able to see who we really are. Here's your opportunity to thank those who help you become the person you are today.


“Wow! Just finished the first few stories from your book. They sure bring back memories of the strong friendships we created early in life and the impact they have had over the years. ”

“Of course you would publish a book that all of us need for survival these days. Thinking of someone else other than ourselves and thanking the people in our lives for that emotional investment of time and saw the value in us."

“What a great tribute to (leaving name out) — and to your friendship. How wonderful. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of your thank yous!"

“What a beautiful read. It is so special the gift you have to recognize, embrace and put into words these life moments.”

“I think the book could be misrepresented as just letters? It’s not quite that. Letters would be wonderful but this is much more than that. They are more like short stories.”

“I'm about halfway thru your book (going to save the rest for tomorrow) … all I have to say is ‘Wow!’ You are rocking my world …”

“What an amazing book … wish I could write something similar to acknowledge everybody who played a formative part in my life.”