Food For Thought by J. L. Baumann, Paperback
If you have ever frequented a local diner on a regular basis and had the naiveté’ to believe that you were only an observer, and not the one being...
|Publisher:||Post Mortem Publications, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)|
If you have ever frequented a local diner on a regular basis and had the naiveté’ to believe that you were only an observer, and not the one being observed, these stories just might change your mind. Set in the early seventies, these stories reflect the character and the caricatures of the day, before the socially reclusive e-devices ever existed. Whether small town, or large city, the local diner was the place to go for whatever reason than to just be alone. Even the owner of the diner was the real deal, not simply a franchise investor. The local diner was a community within a community and as such was a reflection of all who lived within its domain. It was a time when character and consequences counted. It was a good time to be alive.