Authors Spring A Different Perspective About Life Struggles That Lead To Success.
Online PR News – 01-June-2017 – Honolulu, HI – Life demands struggles. There are instances when one would feel like there's just no point of return, and or there is no way to go forward. But life as they say, is a constant battle, and to keep on fighting is what authors Kazuko Sakaki and Haruko Moberg want to impart to the readers, through this inspirational literary piece, Ooh La La My Angel.
This book stages the daily life-challenges that every human around the world faces. This will make the readers grasp that in certain occasions, rewards and punishments are substantial in the journey of overcoming anything that comes in the way. Having a positive attitude can make one win over any opposing circumstance.
"When my sister and I were children, we were confined in our study room by our mother as punishment for neglecting house chores or when we were busy with school activities," Moberg points out as she tells the story about how their mother helped them grow up to be the people that they are at present. They took punishment as a guide in their journey to happiness. Being able to explore the world of mental and healthy situations, they make a bold standpoint that every difficult situation leads to a whole new one – a wonderful one.
Ooh La La My Angel will inspire the readers in their journey. It offers a different perspective in dealing with tough situations. This will motivate people to look at failures and problems as blessings in disguise, seeking solutions to a problem instead of dwelling on it, and most importantly, it will give them the strength to believe in themselves and their gifts.
About the Author:
Kazuko Sakaki, who is a lifelong children's book author, lives in Tokyo Japan. She has published ten books (Home Founded by Peach, Wonder Child Named Soreu, Thread Telephone Never Break, My Dog Chiron, Story of Festival Doll, Midnight Dance Party, Lion Who Become Sick, Mr. Crow, Please Fly over from Nowhere, Thief's Cookie), including publications on Japanese national newspaper. Art and Translation Haruko Moberg is a lifelong designer, artist, and poet. She lives in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, and Kazuko is her sister. She graduated from Minneapolis College of Art and Design and received the honorary PhD degree from Stafford University. She published artwork on Women's Wear Daily, Vogue, McCall, newspapers, etc. She is CEO of Haruko Design Company, and her designs have appeared in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, the New Yorker, New York Times, and other publications. Her designs have been featured internationally, including such major US retailers as Sakes 5th Avenue, Lord & Taylor, I. Magnin, etc. She received a number of prestigious design awards in USA as well as internationally and also the Governor's Award for her volunteer work.
Publisher: Authorhouse (November 4, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.1 x 11 inches