Ray B. Rogers

Author of Depression Baby and more!

Category: Books

“Up From Hanging Dog” Now In Paperback!

If you were wondering where we’ve been for a couple of weeks…we were getting this baby out! Of course Up From Hanging Dog has been available on Kindle, but I’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about when it would be available in a more traditional format.

Well, here it is… 🙂

CLICK HERE (or the link below) to get Up From Hanging Dog in Paperback, and you can be reading it in as little as two days. Thanks again so much for reading, and listening to the podcast and audiobook, and for all of your support.
 YOU make it possible for me to keep telling these stories from the mountains. 

Sincerely, 

Ray 

Up From Hanging Dog is Here!

Just a note to let you know that Up From Hanging and Dog is now available on Kindle. And for just a couple of days, you can even grab a copy for free! (more…)

You Light Up My Life

Tom Sawyer was softly singing “You Light Up My Life” as he carried the large chunk of rotting wood into the tunnel that he was digging.  Well, maybe not. This GRAMMY® winning tune sung by Debby Boone did not hit the charts until 1977. Tom had no electricity to furnish light for his tunnel construction and a torch sucked the oxygen from his environment.  Besides, a torch lasted too long. So what could Tom do? (more…)

My book is on Kindle!

DepressionBabyCoverHey! Just wanted to announce that my book, Depression Baby, is now available on Kindle at https://amzn.to/2E9H7XT. I’ve been blogging since 2008 about various things, including growing up during the Great Depression in Western North Carolina. With some encouragement from my family, I decided that turning some of these stories into a collection in book form might be of interest to some folks.

I hope you might be interested to hear more about a time when people worked harder, had less, and still got along better. It’s available for a limited time for $3.99 at https://amzn.to/2E9H7XT (Amazon Kindle store). Thanks! -Ray

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