John Lewinski was a "Fixer" for his company based out of Chicago. While John was great at his job, he was completely inept at fixing his own life. Since losing his wife two years back,... More > nothing seemed to matter to him, except doing his job.
When he was assigned to shut down an old family food factory in Nacatish Louisiana, he thought it would be business as usual. But little did he know that down south it wasn't just how they spoke that was different, their idea of how to run a business made his life a bit more interesting. To John's suprise, he would find a new home, new friends and even love for the second time in his life.< Less
When a group of pre-teen boys join together one summer, they know that they don't just own their town, but the whole world.
The Boys of Summer is a snap shot story about pre-teens in the 1970's. A... More > time before computers, electronic games and the internet. A special time before parents were too afraid to let their children run wild around town and in their neighborhoods.
This humorous coming of age story introduces you to the Double D twins, Dozer, Outlaw, Stich and Hot Rod, who experience life that was not so uncommon back then. While the story takes place in the seventies, you will recognize and know these boys from your own life regardless of your age. That is because the Tom Sawyer's and Huck Finn's of the world will always be timeless.
Another Great Book by Wyvern Publishing
Every adult has a moment in time that is unforgettable and becomes a memory that is visited again and again. Some of these memories are special enought to be told as stories to family and... More > friends.
The Summer of '73 is about just such a time in the authors life, where he and his Evel Knievel Gang explored the small towns of Orting and Eatonville Washington on their bicycles getting into many humorous mischief. It was a time when families were still large and cousins actually knew each other and were best of friends. A time where parents were not afraid to let their children play outside and away from home for house on end.
The Summer of '73 is a fictional book based on real live places and people and will appeal to any reader looking for a humorous afternoon read.< Less