Michael Beattie’s New Book ‘I Tried Not to Cry’ is a Fascinating Life Story of a Man Who Overcame Poverty to Feed the Hungry

Press Release

updated: Nov 11, 2020

Michael Beattie, a former police officer and retired security business owner who became a spokesperson for hungry and homeless veterans, has completed his most recent book “I Tried Not To Cry”: a gripping and potent novel that accounts the life, both past and present of one man who triumphantly overcame health complications and began a fulfilling mission of helping others in need.

Michael writes, “An incredible true story of one man’s rise from poverty to feed the hungry.

After overcoming severe medical complications, and fighting to walk again, a promise was made to help mankind. After selling his home for funding, sixty-seven-year-old veteran Michael Beattie embarked on a life-changing mission to feed hungry veterans and their families, never realizing that his promise would change his way of thinking forever. And maybe, this incredible story will also change how you see others.”

Published by Fulton Books, Michael Beattie’s book is an awe-inspiring biography where everyone will witness how his life changed from the lowest. His interesting story will make readers astonished and inspired of how he transformed his own life to make way for others.

Readers who wish to experience this brilliant work can purchase “I Tried Not To Cry” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books

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