HEY! Look what the reviewer for Writers Digest's self-published book awards had to say about Henry Hits the Ball:
An excellent story...of a disabled young man having supreme talent, and the story of how he
shakes up the baseball world, one hit at a time...was drawn in from page one, and the narrative
third-person voice of the grouchy sports scout was surprisingly entertaining and realistic..the
book is written with first-person knowledge of sports and it reads like a pro-level manuscript that
has been edited very well.
Highly recommended to anyone who loves sports stories, underdog stories, or movies like
Remember the Titans or We Are Marshall. With its own unique spin, this sports story
grabs the reader and takes them for a wonderful ride that even non-sports experts will enjoy.