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Bradley J. Stewart was raised in Topanga Canyon, California, the fifth of eight children. He harbored an interest for writing since his childhood in the sixties when his seventh grade teacher said, “You have a natural style for writing.
One day many years later, fate stepped in with a writing assignment from his daughter’s middle school, which she had forgotten to do. With only a few days to complete the assignment, they worked together day and night. Three days later, she received an “A.” Two years later, Stewart completed the storyline of Kayak Reef: Eye of the Arctic.
For over thirty years, Stewart has been involved in the building trades. Two of many U. S. government projects he worked on were the replacement of the Hoover Dam turbines and the reconstruction of the Panama Canal. Ten years after completing preconstruction assessments for the Hoover Dam venture, he stood on top of the dam and witnessed the enormous turbines being lowered hundreds of feet into the magnificent Colorado River Canyon. His correspondence with organizations on many levels, and his sense of plot and suspense have contributed to his writing technique.
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Inuit Nation and their fight to sustain the Arctic environment and wildlife
D I D Y O U K N O W ?
Did you know, today in the Inuit civilization there is a two-fold dynamic brewing? Yes, on one side their nation has a very high per-capita suicide rate. On the other side of their spectrum, is a world of young people dedicated to a mission
Young adults on a mission in life are a catalyst from which come our brightest lights. They're filled with self esteem, purpose and family values. As they selflessly engage in the ancestral tradition to their environment, one can't help from being encouraged with a sense of wonder and Imagination.
Inside our deepest emotions where sensitivity to the smallest details arise, comes vision and through this, change! Such a place instantly brings about inspiration on a proactive stage that matches only those highest reaches in our faith. A platform so hot with inner strength we're humbled inside just envisioning their world. Moreover, as you step out into the light everyday, ready to complete the tasks that lay in front of you, come days end, you're blessed by a sensation of pride.
A movement set in motion can cast eyes around the planet channeling it back to your very spirit. Consider the Inuit ways. Their sons and daughters have expressly sustained the Arctic for hundreds of years. Their hidden world is so
inspiring, if you step in, you'll frequently see monumental achievements protecting the mystical Arctic environment, and a culture which sees well beyond the riches of keeping earth clean.
The legend of 1888, in Kayak Reef; Eye of the Arctic, is real life, but it is the teens' mission that pivots on the secret story's theme and in the mind of the reader.
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