Born and raised in the fog-shrouded streets of 1960s London, and with more than 30 years of travel writing experience under his belt, aspiring Buddhist and incorrigible cat-lover Frank Kusy is constantly leaping out of his bed at night to write down book ideas before he forgets them. Some of them lead to good things, like his humorous series of travel memoirs set in India/South-East Asia and his quirky ‘Ginger the Gangster Cat’ book, which won a Gold Medal in 2015 for middle graders. Many others lead to nightmares, however, since he often can’t read his own handwriting in the mornings. Nevertheless, his books have received international press acclaim and have made the Kindle Top 100 List several times. He likes to write to make people smile.
Check out Frank's book store at: frankkusybooks.weebly.com
For our 5th entry this year, it is my pleasure to welcome back a regular supporter of ours, Frank Kusy. This contribution comes from his newly released book Life before Frank: from Cradle to Kibbutz and is titled Poor Economy. Enjoy Frank's story here.
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