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When Bad Times Were Good Times
by Bobbie Coleman
In my novel of short stories, there are compelling situations explaining how I became a writer. Doing this has helped me to free my self-conscious mind to a certain degree by writing and putting my thoughts down on paper. I am in some part of every one of my stories. I have always been a daydreamer. Since early childhood, I have been trapped in my unconscious mind.
When you look at me, most of the time I am quiet, listening and thinking about the what ifs or when will and who with? That is the silent game Im playing in my mind. One-fourth of my day consists of daydreaming. In my mind, I can listen to a conversation by one group of people and be daydreaming at the same time.
So here it goes. I hope you enjoy reading my inter-mind and get some enjoyment from reading my short stories.About the Author
I was born in Cullen, Louisiana. My mother was a single parent and the mother of four children: three daughters and one son. She relocated to a very small town called Minden, Louisiana, which is the southern part of the United States.
I graduated from Webster High Schools Home of the Wolves. Although my mother was a single parent, she was able to send me to Grambling College, which is now known as Grambling State University.
I am currently employed at the Community College of Nevada. I hope one day to become a social worker. I am just taking one step at a time.(2010, paperback, 64 pages)