A Baker's Dozen

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About the author:
Richard Edward Noble was raised in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He attended St. Rita's grammar school in Lawrence, Central Catholic high school also in Lawrence, Northern Essex Community College in Haverhill and Merrimack College in North Andover.
His mother and father and grandparents - on both sides of the family - were Lawrence textile workers.
Richard lived in Lawrence until the age of twenty-seven and then migrated to Fort Lauderdale, Florida where he met his wife Carol. Richard and Carol have been a team for over thirty-five years. They have both worked a variety of jobs. Richard has been a butcher, a dishwasher, an oysterman, a fruit picker, a restaurant manager and chef and the owner/operator of an ice cream parlor and sandwich shop in Carrabelle, Florida. These experiences and many more were published in Hobo-ing America - A workingman's tour of the U.S.A.
Richard is now retired and working as a writer. He writes fiction, non-fiction and poetry. He published a column in a local newspaper. In 2007 he received a first place award for humor from the Florida Press Association for this column.
Richard has a variety of interests - philosophy, history, politics, the American and world labor movements, economics, poetry, music, biography, autobiography and the unique history of Lawrence, Massachusetts.

A Baker's Dozen
 

Featuring Cain & Bernard's Along with 12 other Selected Short Stories

Authored by Richard Edward Noble

I've come to the conclusion that most of what I write can be classified under one category, Creative Non-fiction.
It is all true ... but not exactly.
When I write about things that are common to my wife Carol and me, her comment is, "I love reading my husband's descriptions of our adventures. I get the enjoyment from the adventure that I experienced and then the added pleasure of reading about the trip he went on."
And that about covers it. All the stories in this book happened. They just may not have happened exactly as I have described them.


Publication Date:
2010-05-13
ISBN/EAN13:
1452860858 / 9781452860855
Page Count:
204
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Short Stories




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