Starting Next Week: GoLocalProv Starts Publishing “Rescuing Providence” By Michael Morse
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Monday, March 07, 2016
GoLocalProv News Team
Starting next Monday, March 14 GoLocal begins pubishing weekly the chapter’s of Rhode Islander Michael Morse’s books that chronicles the challenges and frustrations about being being a first reponder. The first book to be published is RESCUING PROVIDENCE.
Over the past year, GoLocal has published H Philip West’s SECRETS & SCANDALS which tells the inside story of events that shook Rhode Island’s culture of corruption, gave birth to the nation’s strongest ethics commission, and finally brought separation of powers in 2004. No single leader, no political party, no organization could have converted betrayals of public trust into historic reforms. But when citizen coalitions worked with dedicated public officials to address systemic failures, government changed.
Next GoLocal Publish Weekly the Gripping Account of Life as a First Responder
Michael Morse, a veteran firefighter and EMT, takes you along for the ride as he and his fellow officers respond to emergency calls on the streets of Providence, RI. Race from one call to the next as Morse goes from facing life and death emergencies to treating minor injuries and carting drunks to detox.
See for yourself how difficult, frustrating and at times heartbreaking this job can be, as lives are lost, scarce medical resources squandered and futures altered. Experience the heartache and joy of losing and saving lives during this incredible journey. The story that unfolds is true and the people are real.
Michael Morse, Author
About Michael Morse
Michael Morse lives in Warwick, RI with his wife, Cheryl, two Maine Coon cats, Lunabelle and Victoria Mae and Mr. Wilson, their dog. Daughters Danielle and Brittany and their families live nearby. Michael spent twenty-three years working in Providence, (RI) as a firefighter/EMT before retiring in 2013 as Captain, Rescue Co. 5. His books, Rescuing Providence, Rescue 1 Responding, Mr. Wilson Makes it Home and his latest, City Life offer a poignant glimpse into one person’s journey through life, work and hope for the future. Morse was awarded the prestigious Macoll-Johnson Fellowship from The Rhode Island Foundation.