Raymond E. Kaufmann's New Book 'Walk This Way' is an Insightful Autobiography of an Inspiring Man in His Nineties

Fulton Books author, Raymond E. Kaufmann, an incredibly intelligent man who survived a variety of serious childhood illnesses, has completed his most recent book "Walk This Way": a riveting nonfiction peppered with nuggets of wisdom and some conclusions about psychiatry, health, and the ultimate reality of knowledge. It's a beautiful read about life as seen through the eyes of a man living from 1931 up to the present. 

"The title of the book, Walk This Way, was taken from a joke that Ray and his good friend, Boris Boskovich, used to tell each other over and over again as they traveled together on Honeywell business. The punch line of the joke has the guy saying to the nurse, 'If I could walk that way, I wouldn't need the talcum powder.' The title also is a double entendre referring to the advice given in the various opinions the author presents, which he believes can lead to a healthier and more productive life."

Published by Fulton Books, Raymond E. Kaufmann's book is an endearing and insightful piece narrated in effortless language sure to reach a lot of people. 

Kaufmann is enjoying his nineties with no heart trouble, cancer, nor dementia. He is undeniably an inspiring individual.

Get to know more and his journey in this amazing volume.

Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase "Walk This Way" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books