Looking Back on Tomorrow

A Life Story

by Edward F. Cassidy



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/21/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 340
ISBN : 9781467054454
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 340
ISBN : 9781467054447

About the Book

“Looking Back on Tomorrow” is a Life Story filled with the personal memories and recollections of the author. Within each of the early chapters, the author captures his emotions and strongest feelings - collected and compiled during the many years he lived in Brooklyn, New York City and later in New York’s Catskill Mountains. Covering this time span, the author manages to express his observations and experiences in verse of great depth, impact and insight. These are used as a foundation with which he looks forward and makes some stark predictions about what tomorrow may hold in store - both for himself as well as for his loved ones. In this book, the author’s everyday life amongst his closest family and friends was used as the basis for numerous international misadventures. These tales are not only fascinating and pleasurable to read, but are guaranteed to make the reader deeply reflect. In fact, some may find themselves laughing out loud at one escapade while tearing-up at another - sometimes even doing both simultaneously! It is a remarkable book for people of all ages and genres; it has a timeless appeal that is both enjoyable and unforgettable.

About the Author

Edward F. Cassidy was born in Brooklyn, New York City in 1958. He is a scientist and businessman, who has been working in industry - in the United States and Europe - for the past thirty years. He holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry and Polymer Science, and has a varied technical and marketing background. He has traveled extensively around the globe - for both business and pleasure - his entire life. In addition to this Life Story he has also written two AuthorHouse-published books: a comprehensive compilation of travel poems (‘My Year - Poems from the Road’, ©2008), and a 5-act play (‘The First Violin’, ©2008). He is married and lives happily with his wife, Judith, along with their two dogs, Bonnie and Kristie, in South Carolina - in the upstate at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. They have a daughter, grandson and granddaughter, who live in Belgium.