MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) August 28, 2020
“Child of the Greatest Generation”: a stirring account of a man’s trail of literary and artistic circumstances during World War II that birthed powerful stories about patriotism. “Child of the Greatest Generation” is the creation of published author Richard C. Rocha, a former US Navy petty officer aboard the USS Forrestal; and later as a member of the Gator Navy, an amphibious navy unit; followed by 39 years in the defense industry as an hourly process operator, motor test mechanic, and manager Pratt & Whitney Space Propulsion Division.
Rocha shares, “The country had just gone to war with Japan, and a new patriot is born in the small coastal town of New Bedford, Massachusetts. The date is January 20, 1942. Sit down and enjoy the memories of growing up as a child of the greatest generation who, as a young boy, came to understand what patriotism and love of country meant to him.
“As the years go by, take a journey with him and how he discovered a gift to write patriotic stories of paintings and photos that are found throughout the book, mixed in with his memories such as ‘Just an Old Piece of Cloth,’ ‘Woman Warrior,’ ‘The Eagle’ to name but a few and each with the photo or painting that inspired him. This is a book worth reading and sharing with friends and family.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Richard C. Rocha’s new book contains true references of paintings and photos witnessed by a man that fueled his love for writing stories with resounding virtues instilled in them.
Readers will be taken into a historical masterpiece that lets them partake in a man’s impassioned life of artistry and literary wisdom.
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Consumers can purchase “Child of the Greatest Generation” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Child of the Greatest Generation,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.