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Praise for ‘Riding On Empty’

“Each of us needs to learn to appreciate the important people in our lives while they are still with us. In the book Riding On Empty, Craig Stephan takes us through his own personal journey and the realization of his dreams, while reflecting on the life and death of his mother. I think after reading this book, we will not only appreciate our mothers, but all those who are precious in our lives.”

—Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., M.D.
The Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., M.D. and
Dr. Evelyn Spiro, R.N. Professor of Pediatric
Neurosurgery Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery
Professor of Neurological Surgery, Oncology,
Plastic Surgery, and Pediatrics
The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine


“There is wisdom and courage in these pages. Craig Stephan has overcome his dyslexia to give us a moving portrait of family, love, and loss. I learned from his story, and I admire the example that he provides to others who experience learning problems.”

—Don Block
Executive Director
Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council

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