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A Hal Alpiar Short Story, “DIRT FLOOR VISIT” is included in a warm, fuzzy new book filled with touching and humorous grandparent experiences –suitable for everyone old enough to be one. (And skip the fake “Reviews”!) now on sale at AMAZON:

THE ART OF GRANDPARENTING

                                                                          

For a THE perfect gift for every . . .

action/adventure/romance/mystery story-lover, order Hal’s widely-acclaimed first novel: 

 

HIGH TIDE 

1981: AMERICA’S BIGGEST DRUG DEAL 15 MILES OFF THE JERSEY SHORE IN THE MIDDLE OF A FIERCE ATLANTIC OCEAN STORM. . . a work of fiction inspired by true events that actually involved the boat Hal lived aboard in his renegade professor days.

Hal has also authored:

                                                       

DOCTOR BUSINESS…How To Boost Practice Growth And Strengthen Long-Term Relationships   [A 5-star Amazon selection]

Practice Management Information Corporation (PMIC), Los Angeles, CA, 1994; 2nd edition 1995; 215 pages; hardcover; for physicians.

                                                  

DOCTOR SHOPPING…How To Choose The Right Doctor For You And Your Family   [National book award over 400 entries for Consumer Health Information]

HIP imprint of PMIC, Los Angeles, CA, 1996; 248 pages; paperback; for consumers; http://pmiconline.stores.yahoo.net/doctorshopping.html                                                                                              

. . . PLUS four other books. Hal has contributed significantly as well to books on human resource management, management theory and practice, online copywriting, book promotion, marketing, education, and healthcare.

His written works include many published poems and feature magazine articles. He has contributed to two national (WSJ/USA TODAY/NY TIMES) best-selling books. And completed the two following books on a commission basis.

  • Hal authored a 300-page private printing of a memoir titled GOOD LUCK! about a distinguished American named Ernst who –as a 15 year-old German Jew– escaped Hitler’s clutches by transatlantic ship to arrive unaccompanied with minimal English at New York Harbor. At first, a newspaper delivery boy, then poultry farmer, then door-to-door salesman,  Ernst rose to  US citizenship, became a decorated US soldier,  successful retail entrepreneur and realtor, and thrived in a sixty-year marriage to a Holocaust survivor he courted for sixty days! His voluntary service to government earned Ernst trusted positions as adviser to six different governors, a confidant to a US President, a Vice President, and scores of top level state and federal officials.

  • Hal wrote a second book for private printing entitled: HIGHWAY TO A HIGHER AUTHORITY. This biography traces the unlikely injection of religion into the early beginnings of what was once a crude, rough and tumble, atheistic American trucking industry. The story highlights the special family and career of the man who –starting with a one-man/one-truck produce-delivery business and a lifelong dedication to serving God– built the underpinnings of what has become a top global logistics company– tracking package deliveries for many of the world’s leading shippers.

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