by Richard Vance
School on Monday. Church on Sunday. These were the two constants in Jim Jordanís life for much of his life growing up in Southern California in the 1930s. It wasnít too long, however, before he started to wonder if there was more to it than that. Journey along with Jim and experience his first motion picture, his first kiss, and his motherís constant disapproval.
Goodbye, Geraldine is much more than a simple coming-of-age tale. It is the story of one young man who grows before your eyes through experiences that will seem both familiar and brand new. Whether itís a Saturday afternoon spent exploring with his dog Spot or a trip to the library to borrow the latest Tarzan adventure, Jimís adventures will transport you back to the simpler days of your own childhood and remind you that growing up might just be the hardest thing any of us have ever had to.
About the Author:
Richard Vance is a retiree living on the Florida Coast in the town of Lantana. He spends his days tending to his garden, playing the horses, and writing about the simpler times of his youth.
(2014, paperback, 56 pages)