Author Margie Tullos’s new book “I Want Shoes That Fit and Grape Jelly” is a slim volume of stories and anecdotes reflecting her ideas, frustrations, and boundless humor.

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Recent release “I Want Shoes That Fit and Grape Jelly” from Page Publishing author Margie Tullos is a collection of lighthearted short stories touching on topics from family humor to spiritual experiences.

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Margie Tullos, a Texas native and mother of two who attended San Jacinto College, the University of Houston, and the Paris American Academy in France before pursuing a career in interior design, has published her latest book “I Want Shoes That Fit and Grape Jelly”: a compilation of heartwarming stories reflecting upon the poignant humor to be found in everyday life.

The author shares, “The average person can relate and realize that everyone has issues in life and not one of us is better or worse than the other. Life is every day and we know that there will be challenges. We can either bury our heads or approach each day with a little humor or whatever our personal makeup consists of.

My hope for this book is to bring a little sparkle into someone’s life. I don’t expect to change the world but if I can encourage anyone to think that life has promise then I would be pleased.”
Published by Page Publishing, Margie Tullos’s engrossing book is a collection of short stories sure to appeal to readers of all ages.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “I Want Shoes That Fit and Grape Jelly” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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