THURSDAY DECEMBER 31, 2015
Liss Jones Announces the Release of his latest book; ” Memories From The Bottom – The Last Chapter.”
I have 200 copies of Memories From The Bottom, The last Chapter. The cost is $16.99 + 5.00 Shipping. Orders may be made by email @ email@example.com, however, actual shipments will not be made until payment is received. Payments, check/money order can be sent to: Memories From The Bottom, 8104 Strong Dr. SE, Huntsville, AL, 35802.
For those individuals in the Huntsville area desiring a copy of the book…you may pick one up at my home address (Call 256 883-9383 to insure we are HOME).
I have a few copies of my first book on hand; SPECIAL…BOTH BOOKS $27.00 (shipping incl). Also I have 20-30 down Load cards (for each book) @$10.00 ea or $15.00 for both. They may be obtained, by sending your request to the address above. –Liss
U.C. “LISS” JONES is a Louisa native who has captured the essence of growing up here in the 1940’s and 50’s. His stories began appearing in TheLevisaLazer.com in 2008 in the form of a popular weekly column with the vision of putting them all together in book form ‘some day’. That day arrived two years ago when he released his first book ‘Memories From the Bottom’ which has become a collector’s item in the Lawrence County area and beyond.
He has recently completed his second book aptly called, Memories From the Bottom-The Last Chapter.
Here is the introduction he wrote for the publisher:
“…As we grow older, the memories of a young life from years ago start to fade; but when an old life is gone, someone is bound to say, “Sure wish I could sit down and talk to him/her for a few minutes to find out how life was back then.”
Jones spent much of his adult life serving his country in the military and has also worked as a police officer where he got a good view of what life is all about.
But his keen memory of growing up as a boy in his beloved High Bottom section of Louisa coupled with his unique writing style allow those who also grew up during that era a vivid glance back to the good old days and what it was like being a kid.