Lucky Buddy Lucky: What Goes Around Comes Around, Be Honest, Be Kind
by Lucky Buddy Lucky
Be honest! Be kind! What goes around comes around.
This was the bumper sticker his biker grandma left Buddy Lucky in her will, along with a dilapidated shack on Florida’s Gulf Coast — and it seems no money. So Buddy sets off to claim his inheritance, finding along the way a lot more than he ever could have expected.
In this grand adventure, Buddy builds a new life, complete with a new family of good friends, unanticipated fortune, and even true love, with a little help from Grandma Hanna, who is not of this world anymore, but from somewhere not too far away has a positive influence on Buddy and her biker posse — and those guiding principles: Be honest! Be kind! What goes around comes around.
This book is humorous and downright hilarious with unique twists and turns coming full-circle, leaving the reader entertained and feeling good with new respect for people and their worthwhile lives. It teaches how people motivated properly can enrich their personal lives in ways they have never dreamed!
About the Author
Lucky Buddy Lucky, the author, is not really the character in this book, though they share the name. The author’s life neatly splits in two — twenty-eight years in his native Pennsylvania, thirty years in Florida. He and his wife have four children and two grandchildren. All of them enjoy the outdoors — sun and water sports, scuba diving, hunting, cruising, hiking, fishing, and riding motorcycles.
“From at least the age of six,” Lucky Buddy Lucky says, “I have looked at life differently. With my family’s encouragement, I wrote down my visions and thoughts. Now I am focusing on one book at a time.”
Lucky Buddy Lucky is currently working on another comedy, two love stories, two suspense stories, a children’s book, and a compilation of poems. We are assured these works will be just as unique and entertaining, and we look forward to reading his next work, a book of poetry entitled Poems to Help You Say What You Couldn’t, Shouldn’t, Wouldn’t.
(2008, paperback, 134 pages)