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Page Publishing Inc, Feb 7, 2014 - Biography & Autobiography - 58 pages
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 Sometimes what you are desperately searching for is right under your nose. That’s the lesson of this fascinating memoir from a character that has grown up in what seems the least dramatic place in the country: small town Iowa. Yet, even in a small farming town, life can bring harsh blows and many crazy turns. Follow the journey of one man from childhood trauma to drug addiction to settling down into a rewarding family life while gaining the respect of the man he always wanted to please but was never quite able to: his father. As you read his story, perhaps you'll realize that what you seek might be right beside you. Perhaps this book will even save you a lot of time from looking for peace and contentment in all the wrong places.



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About the author (2014)

 Larry W. Mongar was born in Chariton, Iowa. Although he is currently working at Chipp’s Harley Davidson in Osceola, Iowa, he finds that he cannot help but observe things with an outside of the box way of thinking. It is this perspective on life which has lead him to writing. The inspiration to write has always been inside him, but it was not until recently that he had the confidence to pursue that desire until now.

He would like to thank his wife, Lori, his daughter Kayci, his sister Teresa, his sister-in-law Jaime, and his friend Kevin.

When he is neither working nor writing, he enjoys spending time with his family and working outdoors.

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