This is not a memoir, it's a sorta-was.
Spend some time inside the hyperactive and somewhat Machiavellian mind of Robb Lightfoot, the kid who had his own special, reserved seat in the principal's office. He wasn't looking for trouble, it just found him. President and sole member of Highland Elementary's short-lived rock-throwing club, chewing gum connoisseur, and junior hight school wood shop survivee, Robb's recollections are part truth and part tall tales. Learn why school is unlike Jeopardy! and why too much knowledge may be hazardous to your health.
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About the Author
Robb has enjoyed writing and performing since he was a child, and many of his earliest performances earned him a special recognition-reserved seating in the principal's office at Highland Elementary. His weekly humor column "Or So it Seems™" has been featured in A News Cafe, and his news stories and feature pieces have appeared in The Bakersfield Californian. He's been on stage as an opening stand-up act in Reno, and his writing has been published in the Funny Times. His short stories have won honorable mention in national competitions and his screenplay, "One Little Indian," was a top-ten finalist in a national contest conducted by The Writer's Digest magazine. Robb is a tenured, full-time communications instructor, and he presently lives, writes and teaches in Northern California. You can contact him in several ways: 530-636-0550 - cell Robb@robblightfoot.com www.thinkingfunny.com www.orsoitseems.com @robblightfoot - Twitter PO Box 214 Palo Cedro, CA 96073