Providence Book Promotions Spotlight: Five Years To Live by Frank Zaccari

Posted 5 February, 2013 by Molly in Book Spotlights / 1 Comment

Self Published

October 2012

Purchase: Amazon

It is the phone call every person lives in fear of receiving. There has been an accident and your loved one is paralyzed. A spinal cord injury is the single most devastating and life altering event. Based on a true story, Michael and Donna were young, successful, in love and planning their life together. That life was radically changed by a tragic car accident. Now a wheelchair user as a quadriplegic, with limited movement, constant infections and multiple surgeries, doctors projected Michael’s best case life expectancy to be five years. See how this young couple battles through his injury and spends his five years making a lasting impact on hundreds of people. It will make you realize what can be accomplished when a person does not let circumstances dictate their life.

About The Author:

Frank Zaccari is a native of western New York. He received his bachelor’s in finance from California State University at Sacramento after serving as a military medic in the United States Air Force. He spent more than two decades in the technology industry, holding various positions from account representative to CEO. He also spent time specializing in turn-around management of companies under $100 million. Zaccari left the industry to provide primary care of his children, purchasing a small business that was more accommodating to his family. He presently owns an insurance agency in Sacramento, where he currently resides. “Five Years to Live” is not his only book for sale. He has also written, “When the Wife Cheats,” “From the Ashes: The Rise of the University of Washington Volleyball Program,” and “Inside the Spaghetti Bowl.”

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Posted 5 February, 2013 by Molly in Book Spotlights / 1 Comment


One response to “Providence Book Promotions Spotlight: Five Years To Live by Frank Zaccari

  1. Maria D.

    This sounds like a very intense book – it’s amazing what we can accomplish when our backs are to the wall so to speak. Thanks for spotlighting this book.

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