Authors Take Readers to Boston, Georgia
Online PR News – 08-February-2018 – They say a good friend knows all your stories, but a best friend helps you write them. Keith Huddleston, Jerry Alderman and Allan Bruce give their avid readers a triple treat as they share their childhood memories in a book!
The authors take the readers to a very special little town in Boston, Georgia, where they grew up and made great remembrances. Their book entitled Coming of Age in Boston, Georgia 1938-1959 accounts true stories, events, and achievements that have impacted them as they were approaching manhood during the 1940s and 1950s. As senior adults, they had good email communications, enabling them to share stories and exaggerations about their experiences while growing up. Later on, at Aldermans suggestion, the three co-authors agreed to record those notes and write a book with Margaret Mead and Bailey White as their main inspirations.
The authors invite everyone to read their stories about small-town Americana. The book encourages every reader to laugh and learn more about life, more importantly, to live life and cherish every moment. One day, one will look back and realize that his or her experiences in the past made an impact of whatever is in the present. This is a very special book that entails a celebration of life and friendship that is recommended for all ages!
About the authors:
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.
|Gene Keith Huddleston / Jerry Wayne Alderman / James Allan Bruce|