Brighton Publishing releases "Hawgs, Dawgs and Freedom" from author Dr. A.W. Sibley
This is a heartfelt story of a man's life. A story that shows life is what man makes of it, not what life makes of man. Of how despair can be set aside with laughter. A story about the class of people who made the United States of America the
It is now available in eBook formats from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading eBook retailers nationwide. The print format is scheduled for a late-2018 release, and will be distributed by Ingram, the world's largest wholesale book distributor, in addition to being available worldwide through the Espresso Book Machine Network.
Synopsis: This is the story of how the author and his family survived hard times after losing their dairy farm during the Great Depression. To make a living for a large family, they moved to a farm near the Sabine River bottom, into an area known as No Man's Land. They had to contend with disease, floods, predators and thieves.
On the positive side, was the isolation and freedom enjoyed by the children. It was a wonderful way of life that taught perseverance and independence to anyone tough enough to endure.
This story tells about life in generations past. Actually, it was not long ago as we count time, but seems like it because of the many changes that have taken place in our society. Not many years ago we could walk through the woods without our neighbors suing us for trespass. Children could pray in school. You could build a fire in the fireplace to warm the house without being accused of polluting the air. Parents were in charge of their children's eating habits, whether good or bad, but still in charge. It was a time when individuals took responsibility for their actions and didn't look to others for a handout. This generation knew a life of hard work inspired by a desire to make a better life for themselves, their children and grandchildren.
This is a story that shows life is what man makes of it, not what life makes of man. A story of how despair can be set aside with laughter. A story about the class of people who made the United States of America the land of the free and the home of the brave.
Dr. Sibley was born and raised in the small town of Negreet, Louisiana. After serving in the U.S. Army he attended McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and Loyola University in New Orleans where he obtained his Doctorate in Dentistry.
Dr. Sibley spent his career working as a country dentist in rural Louisiana. When not at the dental office, he enjoyed spending his off hours in the pursuit of various activities included farming, raising horses, cattle, developing land, hunting, fishing, and raising kids.
Raising four children with his wife Margaret, he retired from dentistry and resides in Merryville, Louisiana and enjoys farming and writing.
His first published work "A Wolf Called Ring" was released in 2014. Receiving much acclaim in the literary market, it was even hailed as a modern-day Mark Twain. His second work "A Filly Called Honey Gal" was released in 2015, followed by "A Wolf in God's Country" in 2016, "Dub's Misadventures"
Hawgs, Dawgs and Freedom is a departure from The Wolf series. It is a heartfelt story of a man's life in an era long past.
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