SOURCE: H.S. Publishing Co.

November 23, 2009 10:52 ET

Former Homeless Fugitive Reinvents Himself as Inspirational and Motivational Public Speaker, Community Leader, and Author of "The Long Road to Humanity"

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - November 23, 2009) - In 1995, Walter Rossie Jr., author of "The Long Road To Humanity," took advantage of a rare opportunity for a second chance at life after having been trapped in a lifestyle of violence and crime for almost a decade. Beaten into submission by living a life on the run, Walter said his first sincere prayer in years, leading to a profound spiritual experience that inspired him to make a courageous and full-hearted change, embracing a positive and new way of life. During his search for success, self realization, and confidence, Walter became inspired by the idea of impacting teens with inspirational talks and teaching public speaking. Witness his struggles achieving success at his ultimate legitimate dream job and beyond, his experience will truly show you that if he can, anybody can!

Follow Walter as he narrowly escapes justice from Texas Law Enforcement and a personal vendetta from a Sheriff, being caught by border agents red handed with a duffle bag of marijuana, getting kicked out of Mexico, and existing in a dark subculture of transvestites, gangs, pimps, prostitutes, smugglers, thieves, convicts and drug addicts. Roll with Walter hopping freight trains, living in homeless shelters, violent jail experiences, bum fights, and a stint on Los Angeles' "Skid Row." What was his turning point? What will yours be? His message will inspire; his words will touch your heart.

H.S. Publishing Co., established in 2009, has headquarters in Simi Valley, California, and is the publishing company of "The Long Road to Humanity."

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