After volumes and volumes of fictional work, the master storyteller finally releases a collection of stories that all dance along the edges of nonfiction. On the Edge of Memories, The Random Collection, is a stunning assortment of diverse material from the mind of the master storyteller, Mr. Paul John Hausleben.
This eclectic collection of short stories, novellas, and even a poem, range in subject matter from humor, to romance, to religion, to drama, but all of the work has one common element. All of the stories, contain elements of truth and touches of nonfiction, from the actual edge of memories and life of the author. Through his own life and experiences, the author shares parts and pieces of his own memories and mixes them into one glorious tale after another.
Loaded with masterpieces, this is a book that allows readers and fans to gain deep insight into the fascinating life and world of the author, as well as an inside peek into the talented but eccentric mind of Paul John Hausleben. This is another instant classic!
|Publisher:||God Bless the Keg Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)|
About the Author
If you are lucky enough to meet Paul John Hausleben in person and have a chance to sit and speak with him, then we can guarantee that it will be a magical experience. If your luck is exceptional and you are able to lure him into a story or two, then it will be forever memorable. As many people, have said, you will not meet a better storyteller. Paul himself will tell you that he is not an author, he will insist in saying that he is just a storyteller. His mission is to continue to write and tell stories to warm your heart, make you laugh, and sometimes make you cry - just a little. Most of all, he deals in memories, and helping you to also remember the good times of your own life, and the special people who touched you along the way.
Paul was born and raised in Paterson, and then nearby Haledon, New Jersey, and began writing at an early age. He revisited a writing career later in his life, and he now is the author of a number of novels, compilations, short stories and other works. Most of his work, touches upon nostalgic remembrances of simpler times, and tells the stories of heartfelt, humorous, and special human relationships. Other than writing, among many careers both paid and unpaid, he is a former semi-professional hockey goaltender, a music fan and music reviewer, an avid sports fan, photographer and amateur radio operator. He now resides in Somewhere, U.S.A., but his heart always remains along Belmont Avenue in good old Paterson, and Haledon, New Jersey.