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Tad's Happy Funtime: A Collection of Misremembered Events Paperback – March 24, 2016
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About the Author
Tad Callin has been a lot of things, but he is most proud of being a father of four, a husband of one, and writer of much. In addition to "Tad's Happy Funtime," Tad is the author of an urban fantasy story called "Silver," published by the The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine, and a genealogical book of Callin family history called, of course, "The Callin Family History." His science fiction novel tentatively entitled "Airborne" (you learned it here first) is due in 2017. Originally from the Southwest, Tad hopes to return there with his family, but until then he'll keep exploring his adopted hometown of Baltimore.
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Top Customer Reviews
I wonder if you have looked any of these people up now that you are adults and if so what happened to them?
I'm really enjoying the book, I don't think my stories would ever be this interesting, even if I embellished them. I was happy (maybe that isn't the right word) to see you were a little bastard as a kid as i know I must have been. I can remember so many horrible moments when I said the wrong thing and hurt someone's feelings or not saying anything when I should have stood up for them. I really feel awful now, but I see from your book you were just as bad.
I also was raised Southern Baptist and had that holier than thou attitude. My church was also dying and I had no other kids my age in the church.
I hope to finish up the book, but it just depends on the cat.