The Life & Times of a Boomer Baby

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Personal anecdotes about growing up on a farm in the rural south during the 1960s. The author's sometimes humorous and sometimes poignant recollections tell the story of one family's joys and struggles amid changing times.

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Words: 23,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452316529
About L.K. Campbell

L.K. Campbell started her writing career as a newspaper columnist for her hometown daily newspaper where she worked from 1986-2007. When she began writing fiction she wrote in the romance genre, because that was what she enjoyed reading. In 2000, she became the newspaper's composition supervisor. In 2007, she left the newspaper business behind and now does e-book formatting on a freelance basis for “indie” authors and for two publishers. She and her husband still live in their hometown, because they both enjoy the pace of small town living.

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Review by: M Chambers on Jan. 03, 2012 :
Just finished "Life and Times" and thoroughly loved it! Mrs. Campbell grew up several states away from me and with a larger family than I had, but so much of her story reminds me of my early life and times. I well remember the scent of Coppertone, summers before sunscreen, and being both fascinated and a little suspicious of those aluminum Christmas trees. I will be looking into some more of her stories.
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Review by: Robert White on Feb. 17, 2011 :
Very nice short read. Like a cross between Rosamunde Pilcher and Prairie Home Companion. Reading this book is a great way to spend an afternoon.
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Review by: Margo Kenney on Sep. 26, 2010 :
Was reading this when the author described her
MIA POW bracelet of a Hugh A Stafford. One of
My Navy pilot husband's best friends was in the
Hanoi Hilton for seven years and wrote a book about
His experience. We called him Al. I asked my husband
What Al's first name was. Hugh. Oh my what a
Coincidence. I wish she had contacted him. He
Was a great and interesting guy. He would have
Loved to have met her. He died a few
Years ago, though. He was studied by the Govt. Every
Year because Vietnam was the first time
Americans were in captivity for so long.
We could fill her in on his life after Vietnam. I'm sure
Her prayers helped him.
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Review by: Anthony A. Policastro on Feb. 20, 2010 :
Excellent. The narrative is well written, very thoughtful, and nostalgic. I highly recommend this book to all readers.
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Review by: Lynn on Feb. 01, 2010 :
Loved it. I love stories about family life in "The Good Old Days" takes my memories back as a child.We all had to take the good with the bad back then, but didn't we have fun.
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