PURE TRASH by Bette A. Stevens—this short story set in the 1950s offers readers and book clubs insight into poverty and prejudice in rural New England during a time in history when many families were living the American Dream. Read all about it and GRAB A COPY of PURE TRASH TODAY! http://amzn.to/1T5tMAZ
“A great book for young adults, parents, guardians, mentors, and educators to read. Strongly recommended!” Yoong
“A nostalgic gem – I was swept away from the first paragraph and thoroughly enjoyed this skillfully written short story. This author knows how to paint mind-pictures and flavor them with taste, smell, and sound.” WJ Scott, Children’s Author, Fairy Dust.
“Pure Trash is unlike any story I’ve read. At first, it reads like a memoir from Reminisce Magazine, but as the story unfolds, I connected with the characters at a deep level. The author explores prejudice, class division, alcoholism…
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