My first non-fiction book, fully explains how my former employer, one of the world’s top-ranked casinos, pilfered my ideas for boosting profits without giving any thanks, credit, or promised remuneration while leaving out the most important component: giving a ten percent portion of that increased profit to struggling Native Americans.
A portion of the proceeds of this book will be devoted to a cause that is dear to my heart: reducing the incidence of animal cruelty throughout the world.
Pascale Batieufaye attended Johnson & Wales University, where he studied travel and tourism. He is an animal rights activist and aspires to open an animal rehabilitation center for rescue animals. At the end of 2012 he gave up his full-time occupation to concentrate on writing. which allowed him to produce five unpublished manuscripts in his spare time. Before that, Batieufaye ran a video store and has held various positions which allowed him to obtain a first-hand glimpse of the world and fed his writing career. He has done everything from being a courier driver (independent contractor) and Skycap/baggage handler, to take his career with a major, casino corporation, which is detailed in his book Beware of Companies
Pascale's mission for creating this manuscript is to help raise people's awareness about the corruption of one particular Native American gambling. In addition, he hopes that through his book, he can provide comfort and encouragement to those who are feeling disheartened because of the anxiety and stress caused by the workplace—things that antidepressant pills and other pharmaceutical drugs cannot offer.