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Tuesday 19 November 2019

✉ Bread Bags & Bullies: A Letter I Wrote to My Readers - Steven Manchester

Today author takes over our blog to tell us about his latest novel, Bread Bags & Bullies: Surviving the '80s (, Luna Bella Press, 208 pages), a fiction novel.

“In Bread Bags & Bullies, Steven Manchester captures the ‘80s to the smallest detail. With each page turned, memories flood back. Using the lightest of touch, he tells his story with tongue firmly planted in cheek. Bread Bags & Bullies is a delight!” – Nick van Eede, Lead Singer of Cutting Crew, Died in Your Arms

“If you loved the ever popular A Christmas Story, be prepared for another classic. Bread Bags & Bullies is a must read! Funny, poignant, and heartwarming—Steven Manchester is a master storyteller.”
– Jamie Farr, Actor, M.A.S.H.

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A Letter I Wrote to My Readers

Dear Reader,

On September 5, 1945, my father, William Manchester, entered this crazy world with the same promise we each get—life is what you make it.  He grew into a good man, the salt-of-the-earth, always willing to help anyone in need.  Dedicated to his family, he exercised a backbone forged from steel—usually working two jobs—to feed and clothe his five children.  He was funny.  He was kind.  He was my greatest hero.

On September 5, 2018, my father, William Manchester, left this crazy world with all that he’d earned—the eternal love and undying respect of a grateful family.

This book [Bread Bags & Bullies] is both a love letter to my father and a well-deserved thank you note.  Without my dad, I could have never been me.

Within each comical passage and every heartfelt scene, Bread Bags & Bullies is a tribute to my greatest hero—my dad—who remains present in every fiber of my being.

Steve Manchester

Bread Bags & Bullies: Surviving the '80s
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1 comment:

CMash said...

I read this book I could feel the love for the author's father.