Agoura Hills resident Sheldon Lefkowitz didn’t think he had a book in him until he found a pile of essays cluttered together in the bottom drawer of a neglected file cabinet.
The writings were short pieces that he had created over the years: unfinished stories, a series for a widely distributed parenting newspaper, detailed reports for various online forums.
“I couldn’t get really motivated to put all that effort into an entire novel when I assumed I’d h...
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