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About the author:
Les Voth is a Canadian living in America. He has travelled 3.5 million miles north of the Mexican border.
Those miles were at the wheel of semis, hauling almost everything you've ever seen moving, by truck, over the highways of Canada and the US.
Les has always been more interested in, what the companies he was hauling to and from were doing, more than what they were doing to him. The result of that mindset allowed Les to learn a lot about how stuff works, how people get things done, or don't.
Couple the travel with an insatiable appetite for finding out new stuff, and his sense of humor, Les is never lonely.
There's always something new to see and appreciate, and talk about, too.
A Summer's Anthology
The summer of 2016, after spending six months falling down without warning, I began to seek medical help for my condition. In the days between doctor visits I wrote many letters to friends as my way of traveling out of the corner chair I find physical relief in.
The total of these letters is somewhere around 70, but I cleaned out my email too many times to know for sure.
A man who authored a book, and is a great influence in my life, convinced me to put a few stories together in a book, so . . .
This is a collection of 30 of those stories, and one lone poem, written to celebrate life experiences, inject humor, explain life lessons learned.
Questions asked in some of the stories can be provocative and thought provoking. Some are silly.
These stories are a reflection of the entertaining nature of the inside of my head.
Teenagers can't explain to their curious parents, the why, when their behavior gets odd - I try.
I can just try, and hope, that a few others can be entertained by the cartoon-like action cruising around the inside of my head.
I learned many things from my growing up years that I try to explain as useful.
My dog gets some respect, if you can call it that.
I time travelled in my corner chair one day for 1000 years - and was told to get it together after I got back.
The country of my birth is not the country of my residence, so my children are half alien. They tolerate me. I hope you can too.
- Publication Date:
- 1540509087 / 9781540509086
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Non-Classifiable / Non-Classifiable