Buddy Buchanan’s Newly Released “Those Good Old Days” Is a Nostalgic Memoir of Family Life in 1950s America

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“Those Good Old Days” from Christian Faith Publishing author Buddy Buchanan, is a seductively immersive, sprawling mosaic of recollections from the author’s life growing up in Olanta and then Walterboro, South Carolina, in the 1940s and 1950s, reminiscing on the memories both good and bad, and the haps and mishaps that define a full and colorful Christian family life, kept alive in warm and loving memory.

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“Those Good Old Days”: a tender book of nostalgia. “Those Good Old Days” is the creation of published author Buddy Buchanan, a South Carolina Christian family man who takes the time now to honor his family.

Buchanan writes, “The reason I titled the book ‘Those Good Old Days’ was that it seems those days are no more. I know times change but seems some of those times would still be. Lots of times I’d love to go back to those good old days but can’t. But they are etched in my memories. I pray you enjoy the book.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Buddy Buchanan’s new book is a touching collection of anecdotes, poetry, and photographs that offers a glimpse into the life of a family who made the author the man he is today.

The Bible is full of wisdom regarding family—honoring thy parents, training up a child in the way he should go—and in Buchanan’s mind’s eye of the good old days, the reader will be heartened to find that his family held fast to such wisdom through the years, even as that world of good old-fashioned Christian values steadily fades away from the photographs if not from the heart.

View a synopsis of “Those Good Old Days” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Those Good Old Days” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Those Good Old Days”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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