ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) September 15, 2014
In “The Eastside of Town,” (published by Xlibris) author Bob Williams shares with readers the experience of living in the 60’s — an era that he believes is one of the most colorful and eventful times in American history.
“The Eastside of Town” follows the lives of five friends who grew up on the Eastside of Orlando, Florida during the eventful sixties era. It follows their coming of age journey and how they grew apart through the years only to be reunited after the murder of a girl who taught them the importance of passion and compassion. Protagonist, Tommy Smith, convinces his friends they need to find out what happened to Jackie. This would change their lives forever. New York Times bestselling author Maxine Paetro says, " The Eastside of Town is a readers delight. A story with nostalgia, history, lost love, suspense and a touch of American Graffiti."
This nostalgic read was predominantly made to show readers the essence of the sixties and to highlight the many differences between then and now.
“The Eastside of Town”
By Bob Williams
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 258 pages | ISBN 9781499033298
Softcover | 6x9 in | 258 pages | ISBN 9781499033304
E-Book | 258 pages | ISBN 9781499033274
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dr. Bob Williams is a retired department chair in the College of Education at the University of Central Florida. He has also worked as a teacher, school psychologist, principal and superintendent of schools. He has published articles and co-authored a leadership book for educators. In addition, he has been a keynote speaker at conferences/workshops. “The Eastside of Town” is his debut fiction novel. He and his wife, Linda, live in Orlando, Fla. — on the “eastside of town.
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