I Lost My Hug

I Lost My Hug

by Dr Simon E Mills

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Overview

I Lost My Hug by Dr Simon E Mills

You know that feeling when you can't find your stuff? You look and you look and you look in the same places you already looked 3 times before. Then you finally think you remember where it is and you rush over and it's not there either. Then weeks later it turns up in the most unexpected place and you smack yourself in the forehead because you now know that you left it in a stupid place. Well this is much worse than that. I Lost My Hug is an emotional journey of discovery that leads a young boy home to the realization of the importance of a mother's love. There is literally nothing like it.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997322354
Publisher: Enigami & Rednow Publishers, New York
Publication date: 01/01/2016
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.08(d)

About the Author

Dr. Simon Mills is a versatile and passionate writer. In addition he is also a skilled and successful entrepreneur with over thirty years of business experience. Born in Perth Western Australia in 1967 he studied at the Conservatorium of Music in New South Wales and went on to become a piano tuner - restorer, tour with many successful rock bands and to co-host a radio show called Friday Live which became nationally syndicated. Mills founded London Music Group ("LMG") with business partner Wazza Bray in 1990 and grew that company to the number one commercial music house in the country, winning award after award and culminating in the world's best jingle award. In 2003, with several successful startups completed, Simon moved from Australia to New York City with his wife and three children. Simon grew LMG digitalMedia in the US to attract customers as significant as Hyatt, AIG, BBDO, CBS,Starbucks, Pepsi, The Economist and many more.

As a writer, Simon's current focus is on books for children. Mostly because he still considers himself one.

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