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From the Barbershop to the Beach By Randall Bullard
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This witty narrative tells the story of a backwoods boy, who dreams of traveling the world and seeing the bright lights of the city. The story starts on a farm in rural North Carolina and continues... More > through 20-years of travel with the U. S. Navy. This light-hearted story takes the boy off the farm, along the east coast and across the Atlantic Ocean, delivering a humorous perspective of the many not so adventurous Navy travels.< Less
Dinner at Noon, Supper at Night By Verla Bullard
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Dinner at Noon, Supper at Night is an insightful journey through the early life and times of a self proclaimed “naïve country girl”. Based in the rural town of Foosland, Illinois, we... More > follow our author, Verla Bullard, through the trials and travails of small town farm life and beyond. From the bustling, cosmopolitan streets of Chicago to the hardened, gray atmosphere of wartime Washington D.C., she provides an up close and personal account of the formative years of the American Century. Through her first-hand experiences and colorful, unforgettable characters, Mrs. Bullard paints a classical portrait of 20th century Americana. Her story collectively serves to weave the rich tapestry of a bygone era that is quick to be forgot, yet longs to be remembered.< Less
Dinner at Noon, Supper at Night By Verla Bullard
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Dinner at Noon, Supper at Night is an insightful journey through the early life and times of a self proclaimed “naïve country girl”. Based in the rural town of Foosland, Illinois, we... More > follow our author, Verla Bullard, through the trials and travails of small town farm life and beyond. From the bustling, cosmopolitan streets of Chicago to the hardened, gray atmosphere of wartime Washington D.C., she provides an up close and personal account of the formative years of the American Century. Through her first-hand experiences and colorful, unforgettable characters, Mrs. Bullard paints a classical portrait of 20th century Americana. Her story collectively serves to weave the rich tapestry of a bygone era that is quick to be forgot, yet longs to be remembered.< Less