Bill Sheridan


Bill Sheridan has been a freelance writer for 40+ years with articles published in magazines and newspapers nationwide. In addition, he's been a radio personality, high school English/Speech teacher, and trainer for two Fortune 500 companies. "Depot Street Memories--The Lawler Stories" is a memoir based on his life growing up in a small Iowa town in the 1950s and he describes the writing of it as a labor of love.

His favorite reaction from readers goes something like this: "I grew up in (New York, California, Florida) and have never set foot in Lawler or even the state of Iowa. But after reading your stories, I feel it was exactly like my own (Italian, Irish, German) neighborhood. What memories you brought back from my own childhood. Thanks for sharing!"


Depot Street Memories---The Lawler Stories
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 48,670. Language: English. Published: April 30, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
Growing up in the small northeast Iowa town of Lawler in the 1950s, the author shares marvelous short tales that relate to anyone of that era. Whether you're from a huge city like New York or a small village in Wyoming, you will laugh and cry as you read both funny and poignant real life stories of a simpler time and world. Lawler...a town of character and a town of characters.

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1950s    depot    essays    iowa    irish    lawler    memoir    memories