In his autobiography, Boyd Thomas London tells the story of his life and his reasons for finding happiness no matter what he has faced. He makes known what it was like to be in the U.S. military and how he found contentment during his four years of service in the United States Air Force, which took him to Saudi Arabia. While in Saudi Arabia, he worked six days a week in one hundred twenty degree heat. He tells about living in Alaska and facing the harsh, cold winters. He describes the beauty of Alaska. He flew planes there, and he portrays how he faced many severe back injuries from a car accident that led to him becoming a published author of three books, while living in serene Idaho. Boyd has learned how to find happiness and to be hopeful in all circumstances.
It also has some of his short stories in it.
Times-News Newspaper article link about Boyd's new book:
I have had an exceptional, gratifying life—with some
bumps and bruises along the way. I have had a chance to find
happiness while facing all of life’s many journeys and trials.
I have experienced living in Saudi Arabia. It was like being
trapped inside an oven with one hundred twenty degree
heat. Fortunately, it was cooler at nighttime, and I will never
forget standing on the desert at night and gazing up at the
night sky with tears in my eyes—peering at the thousands of
shimmering and sparkling stars that were so vivid and lit up
with no city lights anywhere near to obscure their view. There
were creatures over there called camel spiders—horrid, scary,
wretched things. I could write a book about my encounters
with the monstrous camel spiders in Saudi Arabia.