Born Dead on a Winter's Night
🌈 Free --- Rolland Love’s writing style is compared to Mark Twain’s. Love's coming of age memoir 'Born Dead on a Winter’s Night' is a tale of joy, learning and loss growing up when folks pulled together to make a life in the beautiful, and at times forbidding, Ozark Mountains. Self-sufficient in a land of rushing streams, haunted caves and deep woods. Google Rolland Love for five star reviews. More
JANUARY 2018 AMAZON selected Born Dead on a Winter’s Night as one of the best books to read. The author has offered the publication 🌈 FREE as a taste of what his books are about. There are over 800,000 eBooks on Kindle and love's was showcased. Here are a few Born Dead reviews. http://tinyurl.com/javugkd -https://www.facebook.com/rolland.love - http://tinyurl. Rolland Love’s writing style is compared to 😇 Mark Twain’s timeless adventures of Tom Sawyer. Rolland’s coming of age memoir is a tale of joy, learning and loss growing up when folks pulled together to make a life in the beautiful, and at times forbidding, Ozark Mountains. Self-sufficient in a land of rushing streams, haunted caves and deep woods. Google Rolland to see why so many readers love to read about his real-life adventures.
Born Dead on a Winter's Night is one of (8) books published by Rolland Love. Other book titles, which have received over 500 five star reviews are Blue Hole, River's Edge, Dark Side Stories. (Mystery Suspense, very scary but all ends well) Ozark Mountains Fishing Stories. (How to catch the big ones) Love's Look @ Ozark Life, #1 Ozark Mountain's Back In The Day Memories, #2 Back in The Day More Ozark Mountains Memories, (Award winning stories that provide insights into the Good, Bad and Ugly growing up in the Ozarks.) Toe Tags & TNT. (The only adult book Love has written. Is based on being abducted by a psychotic old man and held hostage in and RV for 1,000 miles from Las Vegas to the Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, Missouri. TNT is blood curdling hilarious and full of dark humor.)
Growing up in the Ozark Mountains in a self-sufficent family Rolland learned to write and tell stories from an old moonshiner when he help his uncle run a fishing camp during the summer.
Love was born dead in the dead of winter, still as a stone. Doc Barnes, a tall rugged-looking man with bushy white hair, worked frantically when he realized there was trouble. His white shirt covered in blood and the flickering light of a kerosene lamp added ghost-like dimension. Cold enough to see your breath, the only source of heat came from a cast iron wood-burning stove in the living room of a farm house. Love was saved because Doc carried him outside and rolled him in snow that covered the ground from a midwinter storm. The cold caused him to take a breath and began to cry.
Rolland say's he's pretty sure starting life dead has had an effect. Often, he feels, sees or thinks about something and it stalks him. Intuition has been his companion since he was a kid. Many readers say they experience the same syndrome.
What Readers Say About Love's Books.
Amazon Kindle — Featured Author Review — Rolland Love “Love’s writing transfigures his Ozark Mountains stories into a series of fantastic tales Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer could have only dreamed of.”
"Rolland, your writing style is Awesome, You're Born Dead on a Winter's Night memoir is the Best, Nature, Adventure, Danger, Wisdom, Unique, Vivid, Enjoyable by all Ages, Natural Storyteller, Simpler Times, You Think Outside The Box, Know How To Make Things Happen, Intriguing, premonition and intuition you're not alone, felt like I was along on the journey, Excellent Resource for Classrooms, kids are captivated, Born Dead has it all! Congrat's on your masterfully written books, intriguing. I experience premonition and intuition almost daily, keep me posted about your next book. WOW, love the way you write, I'm reading everything you have written."
"Rolland Love is an excellent storyteller. He writes about his real life experiences and he writes from the heart. Funny, too, like Mark Twain. This is not just my personal opinion. I have 4 years of 5th grade students who agree from reading Rolland's fine work that he's one of the best. Some of his stories are scary but everything he writes end well. All ages love his tales. Review by Tom Gilbert, Teacher/Writer/Personal Historian
"Everybody has a story to tell"