In “The Choice: Was It All Worth It?”, author Lost Lenny’s new novel, readers join Lester Nilsson as he tries to find his footing during his first semester teaching.
East Hampton, CT (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
In “The Choice: Was It All Worth It?” (published by AuthorHouse), author Lost Lenny’s new novel, readers join Lester Nilsson as he tries to find his footing during his first semester teaching.
“This book dares talk about the taboos that other writers shy away from, such as drinking by teachers and students, what can go on at a high school dance, the frustrations that young teachers face, teenagers hormones and many, many others,” says Lost Lenny.
After graduating college, Lester Nilsson landed a job teaching industrial arts in a small country school. But no amount of teaching would have prepared him for the problems and frustration that his first semester brought with it. With each flip of the page, readers will be shocked and awed at the troubles Lester encounters. Through funny and awkward moments, Lost Lenny knows readers will come away feeling entertained.
An excerpt from “The Choice”:
“Suddenly, the yellow blur of the school bus moves past him. The distraction causes the young man to look up until he can see a black rear bumper, then a yellow emergency door. His eyes continue rising and stop at the window where two offending fingers are being thrust at him.”
By Lost Lenny
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 550 pages | ISBN 9781481761642
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 550 pages | ISBN 9781481761635
E-Book | 550 pages | ISBN 9781481761659
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About the Author
Lost Lenny grew up on Long Island, N.Y., and later, he attended Oswego State University College, where he had earned a teaching degree in industrial arts. While he was attending graduate school at Oswego, he ran out of money and was forced to take a teaching position in the Industrial Arts Department of a small country school in northern New York. He is retired from education and lives in Connecticut with his family, driving his 1977 BMW motorcycle or his 1931 Model A Ford.
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