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Raised on Dirt and Sunshine: A Book of Short Stories By Gary Smallwood
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Raised on Dirt and Sunshine:A Book of Short Stories This is a book of short stories about my life growing up in Kentucky, in the 1950’s and 60’s. My adventures include lots of time... More > spent with my family, especially my Grandmother and each one of those memories is etched in my mind. Those were the days when kids could be kids; living life to the fullest with no worries other than getting home before dark. Perhaps you might say, a more peaceful time, when people were more civilized or maybe we all just lived simpler lives.< Less
Looking in the Mirror at Two Genes By Gary Smallwood
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The Prelude Have you ever stood in front of a mirror, I mean really stood in front of a mirror and just wondered what were you going to look, or act like, when you got older? You might have even... More > asked yourself questions like; am I going to be skinny, or fat, will I be tall or short, how will I look with a full head of hair, or just plan bald, will I have big breasts or no breasts at all? And just maybe, as you were looking into this reflecting glass of many mysteries, you realized that the answers to your questions were too obscure to see.< Less
Looking in the Mirror at two Genes By Gary Smallwood
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Follow me through the Mirror of Life, in search of my DNA Gene Traits of a Huckster and the Mystical Powers of a Seventh Son of the Seventh Son with some good ole Kentucky Folk Lore
Raised on Dirt and Sunshine: A Book of Short Stories By By Gary Smallwood
Paperback: $13.99
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This is a book of short stories about my life growing up in Kentucky, in the 1950’s and 60’s. My adventures include lots of time spent with my family, especially my Grandmother and each... More > one of those memories is etched in my mind. Those were the days when kids could be kids; living life to the fullest with no worries other than getting home before dark. Perhaps you might say, a more peaceful time, when people were more civilized or maybe we all just lived simpler lives.< Less