Sept. 30th is the release date for Forgotten Tennessee. You’ll be able to pick it up on Amazon as well as brick and mortar book stores, and anywhere else books are carried. Sat the 21st I attended Wine Around The Square in Murfreesboro, TN (courtesy of the RAA) where I was pleasantly surprised with 3 copies of my book sold quickly. Forgotten Tennessee and its content were, to say the least, well received.
What could possibly cap that? Finding out the Lynchburg_Times had put out a great review on Forgotten Tennessee! You can read it at https://bit.ly/2m7dAGq
Sept. 30th is the official release of my book Forgotten Tennessee. If you like the photos in this teaser, you’ll love the actual book. Where will you be able to buy Forgotten Tennessee? Barnes and Noble, Books-A-Million, Amazon.com as well as any store that has a decent book section, can’t wait to be the first to own a copy?
Sept 30th, 2019 is the drop date for Forgotten Tennessee Backroads and Roadside Surprises! This is a pictorial journey of some of my explorations in Tennessee and Alabama! It will be available in actual physical bookstroes and on Amazon!
and one day, one day that building is going to fall.
This is the United Warehouse building in Memphis Tennessee. From a distance you can see that on top of this sealed up building is a water tower. A very big water tower who’s contents leaks constantly like a waterfall. On the top floor there can be seen greenery. Trees and more have taken root and I can only imagine what has grown inside on the walls even as the floors themselves weaken from this watery assault. As I said one day, one day this building will fall. The sound will be deafening, the bricks and dust will not settle, rather it will be swept away by the countless gallons of water that pour forward from the buildings water supply.