This has been a book long in the making for well over 10 years or more. Itas about the life of a black babyboomer growing up in the city of Charleston, South Carolina amid revolutionary and significant social changes of the 50as, 60as and 70as. In addition, it offers a commentary on life in the palmetto state and on some of the memorable events and personalities as seen through the eyes of this babyboomer. You may have noticed inside the cover that the author mentions being the son of Mary Frazier (phrased as Mary [sic] son) as opposed to the correct phraseology, aMaryas son.a As indicated by the sic erat scriptum, the author has done this with the intention of conveying to the reading audience the aflavora and character of the speaking dialect consistent with the people indigenous to Charleston proper. I thank you for buying my book and sincerely hope you enjoy the read !The mini-dress which had been made popular by a young lady out of London by the name of Lesley Hornby ( Twiggy ) was ... About this same time, the a#39;big boysa#39; ( older boys) were making the local merchants and haberdasheries, in downtown Charleston, rich. They were wearing bright, outlandish-colored silk pantsa green , pink, orange, blue.etc. with Italian imported shoes, shirts and hatsaall of which anbsp;...
|Title||:||Memoirs of a BabyBoomer|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2012-08-15|