Barking From the Front Porch is a humorous, nostalgic true story about growing up in a small town in the 1950’s and 1960’s. The author’s childhood years, growing up in Kuroki Hotel with a wacky, fun-loving extended family provided much of the material for his musings. These are tales of home brew, overflowing chamber pots and surreptitious smoking, all the hi-jinx of young boys in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Interestingly, in spite of these shenanigans the story is sometimes sneakily spiritual leaving the reader pondering the meaning of life and death.
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“The author in his brilliance has lovingly and candidly woven this incredible story into a private touching message of loss and heartache leaving us with a genuine content that life goes on but, memories are priceless! This is a book that should be in every families library!”
“Barking From the Front Porch is an enchanting, side-splitting, heartfelt life story that has taken this reader into the author’s world where life was “perfectly” simple”