||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
||Aug 20, 2012
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An Anthology. A collection of of poems and short stories. most of the writing is humorous, with moments of love and spirituality.
By Brian M. Hayden and Denise S. Hayden
Once in a man’s life he is struck with love. We have plenty of “lusts”, but only one true love. If you are lucky enough to find it, hold on tight, for lost love is almost never found again.
The year was 1945, and we were still a little dizzy from the world events of the times. Although I was a gunner on a B-17 bomber, that life was short lived as my plane was shot down over Hannover Germany in 1942. When we left Thorpe Abbotts Air Field in England toward our target in Hamburg, I could never have realized that my last breaths as a free man were numbered, and in fact lying in wait on my bomber, and on that spring morning in 1942 I breathed them all.
5.0 out of 5 stars Sometimes, a guy just wants to write... And I am certainly thankful!
I read Brian M. Hayden's most recent novel, Death: Living to Talk About it, and knew then that he had much more in him to offer his readers. I was not wrong...
Whether he's writing about whack-jobs, philosophy, war friends, grandsons and a grandpa's love, feeding the world, or writing a short story for his dear wife, and his love for pizza or popsicles on sticks, you're going to laugh out loud, smile a lot, and shake your head.
Mr. Hayden's sense of humor is ever present and brighter than the midday sun. And when he writes about writing a love story, you feel the emotions he's put into his lovable characters.
For tons of laughs and even a few tears, this is the perfect short read for a lazy afternoon. I am highly anticipating any future works from Mr. Hayden.
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