Press Articles Indie Reader writes that “whether the reader has recently lost a beloved friend or family member, or simply wants to ponder the role of energy in the universe, All Roads Lead to Lawrence provides a reassuring and enthralling take on the subject.” Self-Publishing Review says that the author of All Roads Lead to Lawrence isn’t heavy-handed in his messaging, explaining that “existential undertones are delicate things to express effectively, but they handily drive this book down the court from start to finish.” The US Review of Books says All Roads Lead to Lawrence carries a “truly original plot that is centered in a credible and relatable reality, with all the odd moving parts of the existential subplot woven through like the oft-rehearsed moves of a finely tuned basketball team.” Joe Godina writes a book blog for his students, family, friends and “anyone else who will listen.” He explains that while the book title This Was Never About Basketball suggests it isn’t really about the game, basketball plays an important role in the story. Joe Godina follows up his review of This Was Never About Basketball by taking a close look at All Roads Lead to Lawrence. The teacher writes that the author’s sequel is about “resilience and our ability to survive when we think we may fall apart.” Desert Press reporter Joselyn Villalobos sorts out the details of the 4th annual High Desert Book Festival in Hesperia, California. IndieReader.com says the author of This Was Never About Basketball “marvelously marries his knowledge of basketball with his interest in science fiction to create a fun, fascinating read with page-turning action, unexpected plot twists and laugh-out-loud humor.” Self-Publishing Review awards 5 stars to This Was Never About Basketball, calling the book “thoroughly entertaining” and “a remarkable young adult novel.” The author takes time away from outlining the sequel to This Was Never About Basketball to write an article for the Lawrence Business Magazine on the economics of high school sports. Craig Leener discusses story structure with award-winning writer, speaker and social entrepreneur Beth Doane. Mason Nesbitt, sports editor of the Signal Newspaper in Santa Clarita, California, sits down with the author for a candid Q&A.