Hard Night: Growing Up in the Land of Endless Summer

KristineKristine Posts: 2Member
"The glue’s gone,” I murmured, clutching a red-starred poinsettia with both hands. Stamping my feet to ward off the December chill, I gazed at the name on the plaque. White block letters on a marble background. Fifty-four years condensed into a name topping two dates and a hyphen. So begins this gentle, elegiac memoir of growing up in San Diego, it's full-circle trip to Washington State, and the glue that held one family together during the turbulent 1960s and 70s. Told with a twinkle and a dose of hope as bright as a summer sky. Includes favorite family recipes and photo gallery.

Find Hard Night: Growing Up in the Land of Endless Summer here.


  • LoraConnorLoraConnor Southern CaliforniaPosts: 61Administrator
    Congrats on your publication!
  • Walker855Walker855 Posts: 41Member
    Sounds awesome 
  • SouthernLadySouthernLady Posts: 12Member
    Must be logged on
    Reminded me between staying at my grandparents house (where winter is white and cold) and living in central Florida. Where the big bugs grow.  Read the preview of your book on Amazon, thought it was great. 
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