I enjoyed reading about the nuns Jon. The principal always grabbed my cheeks when I had none to grab...but she always found some skin. Sister Doris terrified me, but I loved how she taught math. Well, write on....nice to know I wasn't alone!
You opened the flood gates of my memories. Thank You & I still need my signed copy!!!
I'm a reader. Love to have a book in my hands. I read "The Bogus Buzz" by Glen Keough and enjoyed going back through time with him. I like how he touched on some very sensitive
subjects; but didn't dwell. The part about his best friend and how life ended for him was so well written that I cried and could feel the Author's pain. Glad I bought the book; even happier I read it and own a signed copy.
Hi Jon. Just read the excerpt below. U r very eloquent and I sense a very passionate tale is in store for me. I will get back to u. Would love to chat. Peace. Congratulations on your literary expression. Peace.
The Bogus Buzz brought me back to my days in Redlands and the great, and sometimes, not-so-great memories of growing up and facing life's challenges. The book made me laugh, cry, shake my head and realize that you never know what someone's life really is when you see them at school or on the football field. This is one young man's story of his struggles and of trying to find his way in the world of Catholic schools, divorce, adolescence and tragedy. Along the way were many funny and amusing moments that I totally related to with the author.