Testimonial from Paul, a current collaborator and life story subject:
Child of an Uncertain Future.
“The unexamined life is not worth living.” I choose this quote made by Socrates at his trial to illuminate the profound effect that Natasha Collins has made upon my life since she agreed to collaborate with me on a book about my life.
In the past it is my contention that no amount of counselling voluntarily undertaken by myself in an effort to understand or offer critical insights into the vicissitudes endured in my life or, given me a greater semblance of self through rational and measured comment that is since until I started the process of writing this book with Ms Collins.
It has gone some way to healing this troubled and wounded soul . Additionally, I must add to her credit the boundless enthusiasm and constant encouragement , literary contribution, research capabilities, and just as significant she has demonstrated patience and kindness beyond the call of duty to a self-acknowledged complex and occasionally difficult character as myself.
For all of this and for what she has brought to my endeavour in having my story heard I am eternally grateful and consider myself forever indebted to her.
Testimonial from Simon: Rise from Infamy – a snapshot of Dr. Simon P. D. Best’s life story.
When Simon Best was presented with a copy of his life story turned into a novel, he had to sit down to take in the monumental moment. As he took-in the title, he smiled and knew it would be a good read, Rise from Infamy – a snapshot of Dr. Simon P. D. Best’s life story.
Simon P.D. Best:
“Literary Lifestories captured the emotional truths of my life story. It was both entertaining and bitter-sweet to read the recreation of my real life events.”