Nick Sabatino, Dayton, OH (MMD Newswire) December 3, 2012 -- WWII veteran and ex advertising guy loses retirement income, overcomes all odds and creates www.nickslibrary.com. Several years ago he authored and illustrated four children's books; two that were published. He then was diagnosed with ARMD. He didn't give up and began writing quick read stories for all ages and never stopped. He has authored over 100 books. His new idea of marketing his stories in manuscript format rather than hard cover published was developed to make the books more rapidly available and house the book manuscripts in the Nicks Library binder. All of his books can be stored in the binder creating a family library of reading for all ages.
Asked at one point how he keeps coming up with these ideas for his book stories at age 93 he explained that as a teenager he often went into his backyard, sat on a bench and forced himself to come up with ideas about anything. Out of that mind set came books titled, Fickle Pickle, The Tattooed Princess, Harold's Ears are on Backwards, Lt. Keith and His Dog Rev-Tap ,The Mouse in a Can, The Roll-Away Pumpkin, Jesus Visits Santa Claus and A Snowflake That Wanted to be a Star to mention a few.
Nick's stories are written for all ages. Some are make believe and yet real for the little ones, some are faith based, others are stories about animals who affect society and their relationship with children, stories about troubled teens that turn their lives around and stories about the troubles in the Middle East. But, most importantly, all have a life's lesson which come from a highly imaginative and sensitive mind set.
Nick's story is one of encouragement to all. Despite age and medical set backs Nick has focused forward and not backwards. He emphasizes that he learned one important lesson to pass on. "Never, never, ever give up".
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