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Dr. Norman Hall proudly presents his book titled “Back Roads of My Memory”

This book will be on exhibit at the upcoming 2020 LA Times Festival of Books

McQueeney, Texas, USA – WEBWIRE

“An enlightening and entertaining book recalling of people, places, and the emotions that went with the times.”

Dr. Norman Hall has lived a full life ninety-four years and counting, and he looks back at navigating change, overcoming challenges, and bearing witness to history in this memoir. Along the way, he ponders his successes and failures, the whys and the why-nots, the might-have-beens, the near-misses, and the what-ifs. While he grew up as a Texas country boy with limited success in school, he graduated from college, served four years in the Army, and spent seventy years as a school administrator.
He recalls adventures dating all the way back to the 1920s and 1930s when his boyhood ranch was one of only two in a three-mile area. His playmates were Mexican children, and as he played with them, he learned their language and many of their customs. The roads were mainly dirt, and the rural mail carrier was the chief source of news for most families. Life was made up of many carefree days enjoying the small-town atmosphere.
Join the author as he relives bucolic tales of rural life, serving in the Army, starting a family, and educating children and young adults in “Back Roads of My Memory.”
Immerse yourself in the Dr. Norman Hall’s nostalgic portrayal of early Central Texas and his experience there by supporting his book “Back Roads of My Memory” as he presents it this July 22 - 26, 2020 at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase, or purchase a Kindle or paperback copy of it on Amazon.
Back Roads of My Memory
Author | Dr. Norman Hall
Publisher | LifeRich Publishing
Published Date | March 29, 2018
Genre | Short Stories
ISBN-13 | 978-1489714985
Paperback Price | $20.31
About the Author
Dr. Norman Hall at age ninety-four is often asked why he is still actively engaged in the field of education.  He serves as superintendent of a charter school system with ten campuses throughout Texas.  He is in good health and still has ample energy and a strong desire to help young people as they grow toward adulthood.

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