Author Bic Rogers’s Newly Released “Don’t Call Me Hunchy” is a Candid Autobiography, Recalling a Childhood Defined by Humiliations Great and Small.

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“Don’t Call Me Hunchy” from Christian Faith Publishing author Bic Rogers is an unconventional reflection on an offbeat childhood in 1950s America.

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“Don’t Call Me Hunchy”: an engaging yet poignant memoir of a life seemingly forever defined by an unfortunate incident at the age of five. “Don’t Call Me Hunchy” is the creation of published author Bic Rogers, a high school dropout, former international diamond smuggler, lobbyist, and petty thief who joined the Navy at age sixteen with a driver’s license borrowed from a recently deceased relative.

Rogers shares, “Funny, sad, profound, ‘Don’t Call Me Hunchy’ is a must-read for any high school graduate, collegian, or drop-out! This book takes the reader into the mind of a child forced to play an accordion because of the “incident.” What follows are years of learning and retribution. Inside this book you will delve into his and your inner mind, where character is formed, either by your willing conformity or by a forced social conformity! Come and read about the shocked and unshocked monkeys and gain understanding of how to separate oneself from becoming one. Hopefully, you will gain some knowledge about compassion and forgiveness. If not, I’m sure Hunchy will give you plenty of laughs, not only from his adventures, but surely from his humiliations, again and again, naturally.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Bic Rogers’s new book is a thought-provoking reflection on a life profoundly affected by the external pressures of social conformity.

View a synopsis of “Don’t Call Me Hunchy” on YouTube.

Readers can purchase“Don’t Call Me Hunchy” at traditional brick and mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Don’t Call Me Hunchy”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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