Other Books By Ronald Joseph Kule

Ronald Joseph Kule was born in Bogota, Colombia, the son of an American father and Chilean-Colombian mother; brother to seven siblings.

He co-authored with sports journalist J. David Miller, Carolina Baseball: Pressure Makes Diamondsforeword by three-time NCAA Coach of the Year, Ray Tanner; and the e-Book edition Pressure Makes Diamonds A Timeless Tale of America’s Greatest Pastime  — a meticulous account of the 119-year history of University of South Carolina Gamecocks baseball.

Kule’s short story, Carolina Baseball 2012 Poetic Justice, available on Amazon.com, traces the Gamecocks’ 2012 attempt for an historic three-peat: back-to-back-to-back NCAA College World Series national championships — a feat accomplished only once before by another team in 1970.

Kule also wrote and published the acclaimed sales training hard-copy and eBook Sell Better, Sell Easier, Sell Everything Artfully, (known as VENDERE meglio, piu facilmente e con maestria in Italy).

His latest sales training book, LISTEN MORE SELL MORE, contains a complete training course laid out in an easy-to-follow format called a checksheet. (A checksheet is a series of steps to be followed in sequence. Each item when completed is initialed by the trainee, attesting that he/she understands and can apply what was done.)

An UNDERCUT to other sales training and selling approaches, Kule’s book and course bring sales trainees to a whole new level of understanding for beginners and seasoned professionals alike.  Here is the textbook basis for his new series of Listen More Sell More Sales Training Workshops that are delivered anywhere in the world on contract with groups and companies. One-on-one consultation is also offered professionally.

Two more books will complete series: Listen More Sell More Intermediate and Advanced Selling, each with its own training course. Certification of completion of the Basic book and course is prerequisite for the next volumes upon their release.

The author’s short story, ThunderCloud and the Old Man, was published in 2008, in Better World Stories by Artists for a Better World.

Kule’s poetry credits include works in Bamboo Souls (2005) and Spirit of Humanity (2008) published by Artists for a Better World International and The Little Book of Cleveland Street Poetry, Volume II (2009) by Artists In Action International.  His eBook, Romance & Sensuality ~ Volume One of a series of poetry collections known as Haikulisms™  is available online at smashwords.com. JAZZ POETRY ~ Volume Two… is also available.

In 2014, Kule’s company, KuleBooks LLC, published an enlightening, historical romance novel, Ruined by Murder Addicted to Love by  newcomer P.J. Stirling. The story follows protagonist Carlos Alamaron’s rise from the devastating ashes of a love lost, through a series of daydreams and nightmares, to a unexpected discovery that his travails are commensurate to the pathway of his long-time friend, Carmela Ariana. Both seek lasting love, but only the help of three other women — one a lover they’ve shared unknowingly — puts them on the right path. In the end, love rises when and where least expected.

Forthcoming are two novels: the young-adult ThunderCloud, and a sci-fi thriller, Aleria~The Promise.  Upcoming biographies include FRAPAR! ~ Francois Parmentier, One of France’s Renowned Satirical Cartoonists, and Cassano: Network Marketing Millionaire.

Ronald Joseph Kule lives in Clearwater, Florida with his wife, Sherry Kule, a custom jewelry designer . He can be contacted through his publisher at KuleBooksLLC@gmail.com.

copyright 2012, 2015 by KuleBooks LLC. All Worldwide Rights Reserved.

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