A Snowflake Never Falls in the Wrong Place by Richard Zakka

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"A Snowflake Never Falls in the Wrong Place doesn’t need its central metaphor to succeed; the author’s life is sufficiently full of stories to hold reader interest without it. While removing the snowflake metaphor would improve the book, readers will nonetheless find much to appreciate here."
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Richard Zakka’s story began in Aden, a British colony, during the 1950’s. At an early age, it occurred to him how every detail in life is so perfect. No accidents, even in what appeared to be an accident. As each snowflake is original in character and majestic in beauty, tiny in size, it will always fall in its perfect place on earth according to God’s perfect plan, a perfect “13”. He realized that all of life’s events are but steps to condition his evolution to perfecting his relationship with his Maker.

When he was thirteen, his family moved to the US and began a new chapter. After studying civil engineering in Texas, Richard decided to move to New York and enroll at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and became an actor.

After graduation, he was fortunate to land several roles in films and commercials. At the same time, to fulfill a promise to his father who was skeptical about an acting career, he started several businesses in the “Big City”.

A whirlwind of marriage, family, filmmaking, and successful businesses were like snowflakes landing one after another, guiding his life path. Richard weaves a fascinating story that traces the arc of a creative entrepreneur’s career from one exciting endeavor to the next.
 

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Published November 6, 2016 by iUniverse. 128 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Children's Books.
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on Oct 10 2016

"A Snowflake Never Falls in the Wrong Place doesn’t need its central metaphor to succeed; the author’s life is sufficiently full of stories to hold reader interest without it. While removing the snowflake metaphor would improve the book, readers will nonetheless find much to appreciate here."

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