Walk a Mile in the Shoes I Wear


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Walk a Mile in the Shoes I Wear
by Jay F. King

This is the story of the authors lifelife with both good times and hard times. Its about chance meetings with celebrities, humorous stories in the blue collar field, overcoming depression deep enough to entertain thoughts of suicide, traveling and meeting people from the internet, and the discovery of a brain tumor and mistreatment during subsequent recovery in a nursing rehabilitation facility by a real live Nurse Ratchett. Ultimately, its about finding that, even though he had lost faith, God had not given up on him. From the average working man to people in the medical profession, theres something in this story for everyone.

About the Author

Though not ever destitute, Jay F. King has lived most of his life with an income that would be considered below the poverty level by government standards, even being homeless for a bit. He grew up with a passion for motor sports and music, racing for a short time with the NASCAR Association and running an internet music room. Although many have called him an inspiration, he will be the first to tell you he is nobody special. In his own words, Im just a t-shirt and jeans kind of guy.

(2011, paperback, 136 pages)