Always On Sunday

Always On Sunday

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by Marcia A. Russotto
     
 


During the fifties and early sixties in the small town of Sharpsburg, outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Italian immigrants celebrated each day with love, family, and food (mamma mia, the food!).

Always on Sunday is a love story in which the author's passion for Sharpsburg shines through with memories of a childhood filled with magical summer days,

Overview



During the fifties and early sixties in the small town of Sharpsburg, outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Italian immigrants celebrated each day with love, family, and food (mamma mia, the food!).

Always on Sunday is a love story in which the author's passion for Sharpsburg shines through with memories of a childhood filled with magical summer days, cherished holidays, colorful neighborhood characters, and an unbreakable tie to family. The author also includes the Pugliese family's treasured recipes from their proud Calabrian roots.

Take a heartwarming glimpse back in time to the author's simple and uncomplicated life in the small-in-size-yet-large-in love little town of Sharpsburg.

Marcia Russotto's writing has appeared in the newly released book Daily Devotions for Writers, as well as in Primo magazine. Always on Sunday is her first book. She was born and raised in Sharpsburg, PA. during the 50's and 60's and now lives in Gibsonia, PA and Hilton Head, SC with her husband Sam. She spends her time reading, writing, and taking care of her grandson. Sundays are still reserved for family meals.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781606471562
Publisher:
Xulon Press
Publication date:
05/15/2008
Pages:
116
Sales rank:
1,156,915
Product dimensions:
0.28(w) x 8.50(h) x 5.50(d)

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Always On Sunday 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I grew up in Shapsburg and my aunt and uncle are in the book. There was nothing better than spending sundays going from home to home to visit. If there wasn't anything else, there was food to share. The town is about 1 mile long and 4 blocks wide, and it was our whole world as children.
Guest More than 1 year ago
just a nice feel good read about the good old days. kinda like the wonder years. but more italian.