Recent release “Don, Wayward Son: Book One” from Page Publishing author Don Law is a revealing memoir written to help keep troubled youth out of prison, using the author’s life as a cautionary tale.
Don Law has completed his new book “Don, Wayward Son”: a gripping and potent memoir in which the author shares his life experiences to prevent young readers from following in his footsteps and making the same mistakes he did.
Author Don Law proclaims himself as an authentic-born bad person, full of evil in his early life, who suffered greatly and needlessly and woke up later in life. His desires are now to help all young people, particularly teens before they go through the self-inflicted pain that he caused himself.
Don begins, “It was 1941, the start of a decade, the start of WW2, December 7, 1941, and the start of my life, July 2, 1941. I was born into a large family on my mother’s side. My grandfather was Edward Martin, and my grandmother was Mary Schellkowski, who was born in Poland and who died before I was born. I really wish I had known her, how they had met and were married; I never knew. What I did know, however, was that Grandpa and Grandma Martin had ten children, my aunts and uncles. The oldest was Uncle George, who died before I ever was born, next came my uncle Norman, uncle Leonard, aunt Virginia, Catherine, my mother, aunt Dorothy, uncle Jerome, uncle Jimmy, and aunt Ann. Grandma Martin died while giving birth to number ten. Of that I never knew if that child was my aunt or uncle.”
Published by Page Publishing, Don Law’s engaging work shares the realities of the author’s turmoil and allows readers to learn from his mistakes.
Readers who wish to experience this original work can purchase “Don, Wayward Son: Book One” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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