Available Now. BLESS ME FATHER has captured the curiosity and evoked enthusiasm of law enforcement professionals and a former Catholic priest. “Bless Me Father is a departure from Lou Saulino’s previous books about growing up with the love of sports. His ﬁ rst crime story hits it out of the ballpark….a great read and deﬁ nitely a page turner.” - John E. Sullivan Det. NYPD Ret.
“As three best friends enter into parenthood, each together with their childhood mate, historical sporting events are cast through a revealing lens. The reader is afforded an insightful recounting of the past, either learning pristine facts or simply receiving a refresher course. In any event, Framily (friends considered family) will have you laughing out loud, perhaps shedding a tear, and most certainly emboldening the true meaning of friendship.”
DOPEY BASTID is the sequel to “8” Center Field in New York, 1951 – 1957, the historical fiction account of Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle and Duke Snider, as told by three thirteen year old friends in 1957. The ‘best buds’ discuss their baseball idols as they complete a book report in their 8th grade class.
There has never been an athlete who has played three major professional sports. Will Scott Thomas be successful in drafting Marc Stevens for all three sorts and then convincing the conflicted athlete to become his Athlete For Hire?
Lou Saulino’s historical fiction tome, “8” Center Field in New York, 1951 – 1957, recounts the history of baseball in the 1950’s as told through the eyes of three thirteen year old friends in 1957.
Lou Saulino is the Founder and President of Lou Creative Inc.
After forty years in Civil Engineering, the last thirty as an Executive, he ventured into the field of writing about sports and his life experiences and also developed several Copyrighted works and a Trademark.
Lou has now authored his fifth book, Bless Me Father, the author’s initial foray into the mystery drama genre.
Now Available- Bless Me Father
BLESS ME FATHER has captured the curiosity and evoked enthusiasm of law enforcement professionals and a former Catholic priest. “Bless Me Father is a departure from Lou Saulino’s previous books about growing up with the love of sports. His fi rst crime story hits it out of the ballpark….a great read and defi nitely a page turner.” – John E. Sullivan Det. NYPD Ret. “I liked this book. It is a tough, smart and compassionate story. There are memorable characters. I know of no one who could have written a book like this. Lou has the real-life experience and the heart to give all of us the life changing thoughts.” – P. Olsinski, Teacher, Counselor, Student of People “Family, families—intertwined by: love and protection of each other, right or wrong; sports, sorrow and guilt, Bless Me Father entertains with a little sports history; but also is thought provoking—what, how do you honor faith, a memory and vows to ‘family’. An enjoyable weekend read.” – Cecile T. Woodward, Assistant Police Chief, Phoenix PD Ret.