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Alene Veatch Dunn Shares Stories of Times Past in Her Book “Memories of the Way It Was”

The author’s anthology will be displayed at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase on July 22 to 26 at the Javits Center, NYC.

Jasper, TX – WEBWIRE

Don’t miss Alene Veatch Dunn’s book exhibit at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase.

The author of “Red Dirt and Sand Hill Stories” Alene Veatch Dunn regales readers with stories of the good old days in “Memories of the Way It Was” (Book Fuel; 2017).
This collection of short stories is a throwback to the days of old when mothers did laundry down at the creek on a washboard, family members enlisted to serve in World War II, and people cooked on wood-burning stoves, among many things that serve as a trip down memory lane for the Silent Generation, as well as Baby Boomers.
“They all have a smidgen of truth in them with a bit of fiction laced in to make them readable,” says Dunn about her entries in “Memories of the Way It Was.” “That’s what these stories are about. The stories cannot die and this book won’t let them. That why it is called ‘Memories of the Way It Was.’”
This collection of short stories will not only drive nostalgia among certain readers but also inspire them to recall precious memories and share them with the next generations.
Know how life was in the past – and how charming and beautiful it was. Order Alene Veatch Dunn’s “Memories of the Way It Was” today on Amazon.
Memories of the Way It Was
Author | Alene Veatch Dunn
Published date | August 23, 2017
Publisher | Book Fuel
Paperback price | $13.00
Author Bio
Alene Veatch Dunn enjoys writing about growing up in East Texas and about the people who lived there. She is an avid genealogist and has followed her family history to the 1600s. Her wish is to cherish their stories and never let these memories die, by passing them on to others. She hopes these stories will touch her readers in some way bringing back precious memories. She is an active member of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Jasper Historical Commission. She is a member of the Jasper Church of Christ. She has two sons and one precious daughter-in-law, plus two granddaughters. She has published two books, writes family history, scrapbooks, teaches ladies Bible Class, an avid reader and loves spending time with her family.

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