Hometown Memories Good Old Days Regional History Books
Welcome to Hometown MemoriesUnpublished
The 20th Century saw tremendous change, from horses and buggies to space travel. Never before in history has such profound change occurred during so short a period.
This rapid change has created a unique historical opportunity. There are people alive today who remember what life was like before much of that change occurred. These people represent a wealth of historical information. We believe it is imperative to capture their memories in print before they are lost forever.
THE PURPOSE OF OUR BOOKS...
IS TO PRESERVE THE SPIRIT, CHARACTER, AND MEMORY OF A TIME THAT WILL NEVER BE SEEN AGAIN. THE PEOPLE WHO APPEAR IN THEM ARE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE. THEIR EXPERIENCES ARE SO UNUSUAL AND VARIED THAT IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO CATEGORIZE THEM. YOU'LL FIND HUMOR, ADVENTURE, ROMANCE, HARDSHIP, AND EVEN A FEW GHOST STORIES.
Today many of us are interested in genealogy and family heritage. Many of our children and grandchildren are interested in old stories about the good old days and ask about our childhood memories. Our good old days memories books offer an opportunity to reminisce and learn about what it was like to grow up in specific areas of our country. By participating as an article author you will help us preserve our heritage and offer unique experiences from your childhood.
Old stories are often new stories to our children and grandchildren. If you are looking for unique birthday gifts for grandma or the ideal Father's Day gift for grandpa, our good old days bookstore would be a great place to find them.
Our nostalgic books are collections of true stories from those "good old days." For a most unusual trip down Memory Lane, check us out thoroughly. They definitely make excellent nostalgic gifts for both young and "not so young" family and friends.
"The Good Old Days"
If you are in my age group (65 plus) you've seen a lot of change. Perhaps you remember when soft drinks were a nickel, when we listened to drama programs on radio (television hadn't begun), when "indoor plumbing" was a luxury for the city folks and when we learned Bible verses in school.
Our books are collections of true stories from those "good old days."
For a most unusual trip down Memory Lane, check us out thoroughly.
Bob Lasley (Founded Hometown Memories Publishing in 1993)
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