(MENAFNEditorial) Online PR News 10-January-2018 Blackshear, GA We lived longer and better than we ever expected these are the empowering words from authors , , and . They have found literary influence from each other, thus the birth of their non-fiction work entitled, .
Coming of Age in Boston, Georgia 1938-1959 is a collection of real stories that takes the reader back to the very special little town of Boston, Georgia, where the three authors grew up. Over the years, their childhood friendships were renewed through their exchanging of messages and telling of experiences while growing up. This book is a collection and collaboration of real-life events, achievements, and experiences that many readers can relate to themselves.
The authors recently returned to their home town and were hailed as local heroes for bringing Boston, Georgia, onto the national stage. Residents, former residents, and visitors were overjoyed at reading about what these three boys and some of the residents did while growing up without television, computers, and cell phones. The book signing, complete with the annual Boston Festival parade and mini-marathon race, was highly successful and gratifying to the authors and recipients alike. What a book blast!
The authors share how Margaret Meads book inspired them to record their notes that have turned into a book with a story-telling style inspired by that of South Georgia author, Bailey White. Coming of Age in Boston, Georgia 1938-1959 is a true inspiration that displays stories of true friendship that paved the way to bring their stories and the South Georgia town into the literary limelight!
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Sports hero Jerry Alderman turned trailer park magnate spills over his competitiveness into stories of his growing-up experiences, whether fish mongering, whiskey running, shooting fish, or playing basketball.
Farm boy and retired UPS manager Allan Bruce describes the hard work of shocking corn and raising steers and the fun of horseback riding and bird hunting, punctuated with poignant stories of losing the family home and best bird dog.
Amateur rocketeer and retired engineer Keith Huddleston explains how to build a rocket while describing the difficulty of pulling cocker burr plants from a corn field, plowing with a mule, and how he barely escaped from a catawampus.
Hardcover: 298 pages
Publisher: BookBlastPro Inc. (August 1, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
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