“I realize how fortunate I was to spend the first half of my life with a passion, thanks to my hockey career. It took me a while to realize it, but now I feel fortunate to have lived the second half of my life with a purpose.”
– Travis Roy
The dream goes from euphoric reality to tragic nightmare in a split second.
The life of a hockey player ends; the life of a quadriplegic begins.
Travis Roy: Quadriplegia and a Life of Purpose looks at Travis Roy’s search for meaning as a quadriplegic, and finding it.
All proceeds from this book will be donated to the Travis Roy foundation, which funds research into a cure for spinal cord injuries and provides individual grants to survivors.
|Publisher:||David H. Hendrickson|
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About the Author
His short fiction has appeared in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Heart's Kiss, Pulphouse, and numerous anthologies, including over a half dozen issues of Fiction River. His story "Death in the Serengeti" was selected for Best American Mystery Stories 2018, and was also honored with the Derringer Award for Best Long Story.
Hendrickson has published over fifteen hundred works of nonfiction, most recently his first book for writers, How to Get Your Book into Schools and Double Your Income with Volume Sales, and also Travis Roy: Quadriplegia and a Life of Purpose. He has been honored with the Joe Concannon Hockey East Media Award and the Murray Kramer Scarlet Quill Award.
Visit him online at www.hendricksonwriter.com.