Biography Forthcoming

(27 JANUARY 2018, Clearwater, Florida) Terry Hitchcock, known in some circles as “the REAL Forrest Gump,” is a man who did the impossible: run the distance of 75 marathons in 75 days… after he had a heart attack while in training… after he had found a way to raise three children and juggle a thriving business career single-handed… after his wife died of cancer… and after he’d come to the end of his wits.

This quiet, gentle man believed his grandfather’s words, “Nothing is impossible.”  One result was this book. The news-media attention he garnered for the plight of single parents everywhere was astounding. His run was captured in a documentary film, MY RUN, narrated by Academy Award winner Billy Bob Thornton, and directed and produced by Tim VandeSteeg. The film won top honors in 11 of the 15 film festivals where it was shown, as well as the coveted Dove Award. Terry’s book, A Father’s Odyssey, became a best-seller in 27 countries, as well as winner of the DOVE Award.

A feature film about Terry, PUSHING LIFE, is slated to release late in 2018, along with Terry’s official, authorized biography now in progress, Living Beyond Impossible.

Learn more about Terry and his amazing life and accomplishments by visiting Terry Hitchcock’s personal web site. Prepare yourself for the forthcoming film and biography book – both could be the feel-good stories of 2018-2019!  BUY and READ Terry’s fascinating book.

© 2018 by Ronald Joseph Kule. Reserved.

http://terryhitchcock.wixsite.com/personalsite

The Dove-Award-winning, best-selling book that chronicles this man’s amzing run from Twin Cities to Atlanta, Georgia in the name of single-parenting, bringing attention to how hard it can be.

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