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e-Book Granny Boop's Big House: Growing Up Gay White Trash And Liking It download

e-Book Granny Boop's Big House: Growing Up Gay White Trash And Liking It download

by Frankie James

ISBN: 1425958761
ISBN13: 978-1425958763
Language: English
Publisher: AuthorHouse (September 28, 2006)
Pages: 512
Subategory: Parenting

ePub size: 1545 kb
Fb2 size: 1155 kb
DJVU size: 1693 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 845
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Granny Boop's Big House:. has been added to your Cart. An artist and a southerner to boot, storytelling came naturally for Frankie James. Through his talent for creativity and curiosity, the Curtis Family history is lovingly portrayed in painfully real detail

Granny Boop's Big House:. Through his talent for creativity and curiosity, the Curtis Family history is lovingly portrayed in painfully real detail. This is the writer's first novel and he is currently working on more tales of the White Trash lifestyle to which he was once accustomed. Frankie James presently makes his home in the Washington DC area.

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Granny Boop's Big House is the saga of seven kids and their alcoholic mother living life in the little pink house they called home

Granny Boop's Big House is the saga of seven kids and their alcoholic mother living life in the little pink house they called home. Bear witness as the generations pass and Bobby Lee, the youngest brother harboring his special secret, revealsall. After their matriarch passes, the clan ultimately divides, dashing Mommas dream that they stay together. Hopes remain high however of an eventual reunion. Growing up Gay White Trash and Liking it is reality at its bizarre best.

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Granny Boop's Big House" is the saga of seven kids and their alcoholic mother living life in the little pink house they called home

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Granny Boop's Big House. Growing Up Gay White Trash And Liking It. by Frankie James. I like to think of myself as a typical southerner, polite, charming sometimes, loyal and generous to a fault; a regular Blanche Devereaux. Oh those Golden Girls! I was born in late January, 1963. Now imagine us, in a small two bedroom wooden rundown house, all competing for one tiny bathroom with no shower. We did have a tub. Our dining room never was, until decades later when we did the transformation.

Growing up Gay White Trash and Liking it" is reality at its bizarre best. 508 pages) show more. Format Hardback 512 pages. Dimensions 152 x 229 x 33mm 904g. Publication date 28 Sep 2006. Publisher AUTHORHOUSE. Bear witness as the generations pass and Bobby Lee, the youngest brother harboring his special secret, reveals all. After their matriarch passes, the clan ultimately divides, dashing Momma's dream that they stay together. Growing up Gay White Trash and Liking it" is reality at its bizarre best.

This is the tale of a boy caught up in a Redneck place and time. Chock full of love and terror, it is an intriguing mix of true family fun, American values circa '60's/'70's and strange accounts of individual survival. "Granny Boop's Big House" is the saga of seven kids and their alcoholic mother living life in the little pink house they called home. Bear witness as the generations pass and Bobby Lee, the youngest brother harboring his special secret, reveals all. After their matriarch passes, the clan ultimately divides, dashing Momma's dream that they stay together. Hopes remain high however of an eventual reunion. "Growing up Gay White Trash and Liking it" is reality at its bizarre best. (508 pages)
Comments:
Nidora
I was really impressed with this story. It was like sitting with Bobby Lee or Frankie James, face to face in a coffee shop as he was telling a story. I couldn't put it down wanting to know what happend to all the kids.

I am amazed this boy survived especially being gay in such a redneck racist family.

I recommend it to anyone, especially if you like memoir like stuff. I would bet a lot of people can relate, gay or not.

Feri
This is the story of a boy and his family. Although the characters may seem outlandish, we all have similar characters in our lives. I recommend this book to anyone who has lost someone close to them, it will force you to embrace those feelings again.

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