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Seasons of Triumph: A shy, undersized coal miner's son dreams of excelling in sports, winning the heart of a girl, and being a pilot. Kindle Edition
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He grew up in the coal mining towns of West Virginia. He had very loving parents and his father was the mine general foreman Those in mining town lived daily in fear of a mine explosion or cave in. Announcing the accident would be the loud screeching of a whistle. The miners family would all race to the mine praying that their loved one had escaped unharmed. Even though there were hardships and dangers, Kenny and his friends had a wonderful time growing up. In every group of young boys there is always one boy who has to organize the games, plan fishing and swimming expeditions. Kenny was that boy. He excelled in all sports but baseball was his favorite. In high school although he was the smallest member of the football team,through and hard knocks, he made first string. Thus the foundation is laid for the future. PT
Although he was relatively small, he played first string on the high school football team. This story illustrates how; hard work, and loyalty to friends and family leads to success.
He is a very talented writer and I'm so glad I know him. I am looking forward to his sequel to "Seasons of Triumph".
Keep writing Kenny. I enjoy your writing style.