Matthew T. Hallman's New Book 'Senior Anonymous' is a Riveting Story of the Author's Poignant Moments as a Senior Student
ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich., November 13, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Matthew T. Hallman, a career man and a Stephen Minister for 20 years, has completed his most recent book “Senior Anonymous”: a gripping narrative that shares the author’s fun journey and mischances as a senior.
Matthew writes, “‘Senior Anonymous’ is about the one year that Matt was a senior. It goes through the chronological series of adventures and misadventures that Matt and his friends managed to do for that year. It recalls so many of the classmates, teachers, coaches, and strangers who added to that year that is supposed to be such a vital springboard into life. The story leans heavily upon the drinking and smoking that became a partner in all the activity, whether it was school or after-school events. And clearly the events are intended, as they were then, to bring some laughter. There is an undertone, though, of the early days and signs of someone who is becoming an addict and alcoholic.
There is an updated summary of the lives and situations as they are today that sometimes reflects sarcasm, but a sense of happiness and spiritual contentedness as well.”
Published by Fulton Books, Matthew T. Hallman’s book unveils the misadventures of a man with a youthful spirit that will surely relate to the readers.
This book contains a comprehensive detail of the author’s life of joys and pains brought about by his daringness.
Readers who wish to experience this resounding work can purchase “Senior Anonymous” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books