This story proves you don’t have to have 50-inch TVs, Xboxes, mobile phones and designer clothes, that we had never heard of, to have your fun and excitement
WIRRAL, England (PRWEB) February 19, 2013
Author Brian B Rogers takes readers on a trip down memory lane as he recollects his school days in England during and after World War II in his new memoir, “The Testimony of Benjanim Smith: The Survivors Club” (published by AuthorHouse).
It had been over 30 decades since Rogers had seen his former classmates when he ran into his old friend, Graham. The reunion inspired him to track down other chums from his childhood, and eventually a group – dubbed the “Survivor’s Club” – began meeting each month to drink beer and reminisce.
Rogers and his group of old school pals share stories about their various adventures, loves and mishaps, all set against a backdrop of WWII-era England. Vivid descriptions of watching German bombers destroy ship builders by the river bring the experiences of this pivotal time in history to life.
An excerpt from “The Testimony of Benjanim Smith”:
“Paula stood in front of our homemade model’s couch and started to undo her dress. Our manipulative psychology appeared to be working as her dress fell to the floor and she made a twist. ‘Disappointed are we, didn’t expect the lot off did you?’”
“This story proves you don’t have to have 50-inch TVs, Xboxes, mobile phones and designer clothes, that we had never heard of, to have your fun and excitement,” Rogers writes.
About the Author
Brian B Rogers grew up on the Wirral Cheshire, England, during World War II. He is married with six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Rogers is also the author of “The Secret Life of a Nobody” and “The Mysterious Benjamin Smith.”
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