How to pitch (to me) (plus, what I would give my right arm to read more of)
Jessica Reed
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Hi Ms. Reed: May the chalice of your life always be filled to the brim with blessings of Happiness, Peace, Success, prosperity.Fulfillment and Auspiciousness.in all your initiatives.
Please allow me a brief introduction.My name is Jose Antonio Cotto, a Puerto Rican living in San Antonio Texas. I wear more labels than a well-traveled Samsonite Suitcase. I’m a Third-Age lgegally blind veteran, retired Pharmaceutical Quality ManagementcSystems Consultant, secular Buddhist practitioners, Grandfather of three grandsons and a self-proclaimed Folk Philosopher, just to name aa few.

Right now my most important project in life is to be a life skills mentor to my grandsons just like my grandmother was to me. I don’t know if I will ever be able to fill her shoes, but I will give it my best effort.

I would love to collaborate in your effort, but I need some guidance because although I have experience with technical writing I have no experience in story telling.

Please let me know your thoughts.

Namaste,

Jose Antonio Cotto-Folk Philosopher
2719 cedar Sound
San Antonio,Texas 78244
210–01–4995 210–837–1105
borinqueneer1@aol.com

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