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Still Another Time, Times Remembered

Paul Brown

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Title: Still Another Time, Times Remembered

Publisher: AuthorHouse Publishing

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Paperback. 128 pages. Dimensions: 11.0in. x 8.5in. x 0.3in.Still Another Time, Times Remembered is a collection of stories. Grandmas love created treasures for her family that money simply could not buy. Grandma crafted family heirlooms to pass along to her family, spending many hours of time, in Grandmas Quilt. Grandpas love of boating, fishing, and crabbing gave Tony, his grandson, plenty of time to spend as a youngster with his grandpa in All Aboard Grandpas Boat. Dwights world revolved around a mere few blocks where he lived and attended school. His fantasy world existed from a viewslider, sold in the catalog at Mr. Dugans store. Come along and travel into Dwights world in Viewslider Into Travel. Hope is, Hope Always, Hope Eternal tells the story of Henry, who has been in a coma for over four decades. Laura, his devoted wife and mother of the children he knew only as small youngsters, is surprised one day. Hope is a story of the power of love and prayer. Zelda was every students nightmare at St. Clairs Academy for girls. The Lady in the Black Dress is Zeldas story. Zelda, the witchy windbag eventually transforms after the home economics girls fashion her with a green outfit. From witchy to mellow. My Home has a Motor tells the story of two high school brothers, Carlos and Javier, and their mother Carlotta. The high school boys become homeless, and find a life that is turned upside down. The boys lead a secret life, until an observant coach brings the darkness of their days back into brightness. Jason wanted to be a big boy, and learn to wash his own clothes, just like his older sister. Into the Washer is the exploits of Jason, who learned in his own way from Uncle Zachary, how to wash clothes and somehow Jason ends up in washer land. Jared was a great student, had terrific younger siblings, and an older sister. Jared had parents, grandparents and he had plenty of activities to keep him busy. Life was normal, until he needed to bring his birth certificate This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781467025485

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Synopsis: Still Another Time, Times Remembered is a collection of stories. Grandma's love created treasures for her family that money simply could not buy. Grandma crafted family heirlooms to pass along to her family, spending many hours of time, in Grandma's Quilt. Grandpa's love of boating, fishing, and crabbing gave Tony, his grandson, plenty of time to spend as a youngster with his grandpa in All Aboard Grandpa's Boat. Dwight's world revolved around a mere few blocks where he lived and attended school. His fantasy world existed from a viewslider, sold in the catalog at Mr. Dugan's store. Come along and travel into Dwight's world in Viewslider Into Travel. Hope is, Hope Always, Hope Eternal tells the story of Henry, who has been in a coma for over four decades. Laura, his devoted wife and mother of the children he knew only as small youngsters, is surprised one day. Hope is a story of the power of love and prayer. Zelda was every student's nightmare at St. Clair's Academy for girls. The Lady in the Black Dress is Zelda's story. Zelda, the witchy windbag eventually transforms after the home economics girls fashion her with a green outfit. From witchy to mellow. My Home has a Motor tells the story of two high school brothers, Carlos and Javier, and their mother Carlotta. The high school boys become homeless, and find a life that is turned upside down. The boys lead a secret life, until an observant coach brings the darkness of their days back into brightness. Jason wanted to be a big boy, and learn to wash his own clothes, just like his older sister. Into the Washer is the exploits of Jason, who learned in his own way from Uncle Zachary, how to wash clothes and somehow Jason ends up in washer land. Jared was a great student, had terrific younger siblings, and an older sister. Jared had parents, grandparents and he had plenty of activities to keep him busy. Life was normal, until he needed to bring his birth certificate

About the Author: Paul Brown, a fifth generation Houstonian, resides in northwest Houston, Texas and is a dad of three. Paul has traveled the globe to eighty-one countries in six continents to date, works at an offshore drilling contractor, and teaches high school classes as a volunteer part-time. Paul once upon a time had a newspaper column in Houston at the 'Northwest News', worked at 'The Houston Post' newspaper, was a member of the Houston Press Club, and a legislative aide for The Texas House of Representatives. Paul graduated from Dwight Eisenhower High School where he was co-editor of the school newspaper, attended Aldine High School where he was a reporter for the 'Mustang', and Stovall Middle School where he was reporter for 'The Sentinel'. Paul graduated from The University of Houston, where he was a reporter for the 'Daily Cougar'. Paul is a Texas Alpha Mu Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity alumni member. Paul was born on a military base 'a long time ago', and has resided in Houston, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia; Ft. McMurray, Alberta, Canada; Rochester, New York; Mt. Clemons, Michigan, Wichita Falls, Texas and Irving, Texas, and worked in South Korea. Paul is the author of 'Passing the Time', 'More Time to Pass', "Still another Time-Times Remembered" and the upcoming "The Best of Times", due out later in 2011, and 'Times Then and Now', due out in 2012. Earlier publications were in books published in the early 1990's. Paul's kids are pictured in author scene: Eric graduated University of Texas San Antonio, Monica graduated Sam Houston State University and Terina is completing her studies at Paul's alma mater, The University of Houston.

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