In this extraordinary memoir, Urban Miyares brings to life his adverse relationship with his alcoholic father, his secretive dual-life during his school years, and his battle as an adult with blindness, physical and mental disabilities to extend the diagnosis of a shortened life expectancy.
In candid prose, Miyares sheds light on his over-achieving personality, his obsession to recognize the meaning of love, and anguish to find his purpose in life.
"My Life Outside the Fish Bowl” is a compulsive, inspirational memoir, laced with vivid (and some not as vivid) memories which include recognizing how your past defines you. It is also a powerful story about never quitting, and forging your own path to reach goals considered insurmountable by others.
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About the Author
Urban Miyares is an award-winning entrepreneur, disabled/blinded Vietnam Veteran, former national Alpine ski champion, and competitive offshore sailor. Always driven to write, from his military service and early business career to writing newspaper columns, now retired, his destiny to be an author has arrived. His first book, “My Life Outside the Fish Bowl,” is to be followed shortly by “Hap: The Last American Hero,” a romantic novel, and then by “The Pebble Garden,” a mystery-crime novel series. Urban Miyares lives in San Diego, California, with his wife, their son, and grandchildren. Connect with Urban online: Email: UrbanM.email@example.com