Dr. Richard Leatherman Pens A MAN'S LOVE STORY
RICHMOND, Va., July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ Dr. Richard "Dick" Leatherman, a noted author of management books, has written an engaging novel titled, A Man's Love Story: Flora, Mariana, Dena, and Xinia. This 450-page book is about the life of Steve Williams, a southern college professor, and the women he loves. It is written from a man's point of view and deals with life's tragedies and joys.
On a trip to Costa Rica, Dick said he stopped at the Newark airport bookstore to pick up a paperback to read on the long, five-hour flight from New York to San Jose. As a various reader, he discovered he had already read the typical "guy books" on the shelf. He was struck by the fact that there were no new novels for men that he liked and usually bought. He sensed a new market for something other than the typical paperbacks about lawyers, detectives, doctors, wars, or end-of-the-world scenarios. He said a minister once told him that everybody has at least one sermon to preach. Dick said "I think this is likely true for authorswe all have at least one story to tell. This love story is mine."
This different and exciting novel is featured on Amazon and is available in paperback as well as in digital format for the Kindle reader.
Dr. Richard Leatherman, or "Dr. D" as his students fondly call him, is a retired professor of Human Resource Management at The University of Richmond (UR). As he loves teaching, he still teaches one class a semester at UR as well as the University of Virginia. Prior to his service to the University, for 25 years he was the founder and later Chairman of the Board of International Training Consultants, Inc., a major vendor of training programs and needs assessment instruments. He is the author of five professional books, including the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Editions of the Training Trilogy and the Quality Leadership manual. He also wrote a popular consumer book, Is Coffee Break the Best Part of Your Day, 1st and 2nd Editions.
Dick is the proud father of five children, reside in the family home he lived in when he was a teenager in Richmond, and enjoys teaching, reading novels, and writing.
Richard Leatherman, Ph.D.
4701 Patterson Ave.
Richmond, VA 23226
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