Santa Clara author inspires readers to face life’s challenges with perseverance, purpose in new memoir
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — This week marks the nationwide release of “Victim to Victory,” an enlightening new autobiography by author Bahram Khozairy.
In “Victim to Victory,” Khozairy takes his readers on board his time capsule to a rapid journey of his real life mission, heavily prompted by a zeal to reach the final goal by maintaining his loyalty to his calling — not compromising his faith or principles nor surrendering to the consistent disappointments, hurdles and brokenness of life.
“Victim to Victory” is a purposeful and encouraging volume set in an easy rendition and humorous style. It portrays a life of suffering, struggle and relentless obstacles presented in an unvarnished and autobiographical narrative with an ending that may surprise its readers.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Khozairy is an author of various books, including his last book, “San Jieh Dao: The Fundamentals.” He is the sole founder of the art and science of San Jieh Dao and, along with his wife and son, is managing and running his academy in Northern California. He is also a full-time electrical engineer with both hardware and software expertise.
Khozairy is a professional martial artist, martial arts innovator, professional engineer, scientist, author, lecturer and apologetic theologian. With close to 40 years in martial arts involvement, he is a second-generation certified and authorized instructor from Bruce Lee’s original student in Southern California in the art Jeet Kune Do & Jun Fan Gung Fu.