Dammit, I Learned a Lot from That Son-of-a-Gun by Brandt Street Press

What happens when someone shares a story with us—a true story, a story from their heart-of-hearts? We feel connected. We realize the commonality of our emotions. How we are, as human beings, all the same. We all falter. We all fear. We all stumble. And we can all come back stronger. This book contains those stories.

“These stories are as compulsively 
readable as popcorn in a scary movie!”


Sue Stauffacher, Children’s Book Author

“A quick and riveting read, one with
 which you’ll be happy to have spent time.”


Drey Samuelson, U.S. Senate Chief Of Staff



“You’ll find yourself turning around, 
perhaps glancing over your shoulder.”


Patricia Menick, Sculptor & Installation Artist



“Read one, you’ll come back for more.”


Ron Steffens, Educator/Author/Forest Firefighter

What happens when someone shares a story with us—a true story, a story from their heart-of-hearts?

We feel connected. We realize the commonality of our emotions. How we are, as human beings, all the same. We all falter. We all fear. We all stumble. And we can all come back stronger.

Every son-of-a-gun in this book of twelve new, true stories is different, but you’ll recognize each one. We’ve all had them in our lives, these sons-of-guns. And whether we love them or we hate them, they are our teachers. They impart some kernel of truth that we carry with us always.

You may not know these people, but you will know these stories. They’re about emotions we all feel—fear, anger, temptation, even those times you slap yourself on the forehead and call yourself an idiot. The circumstances may be different, but the pain, the heartache and the triumph, those remain true.

Enjoy these stories, dammit!

About Brandt Street Press

Brandt Street Press is an independent book publisher located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Price: $8.99 USD

First 7% Sample: epub | mobi (Kindle) | lrf

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