The Grumpy Old Withered of Oz by Bryon Williams

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An autobiography that is witty, rude, funny, irreverent, yet sometimes touching and thought provoking as the writer takes you into the mind of an irascible Grumpy Old Withered of Oz. Faced with the unexpected restrictions and heartache of caring for his beloved wife, the victim of a severe stroke, he turns to his indefatigable humour to try and come to terms with his opinions, beliefs, ageing and the complexities of his new life in general. Forget the X and Y generation and enter the realm of the Zzzzzzz generation. This is a book for,'those who were in love and all those too old to want to remember'.
 

About Bryon Williams

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Bryon Williams, ex-stage and television actor, director, producer and script writer, is now settled on the beautiful Gold Coast of Queensland, Australia, with his wife, Marie.His novels include: Code Name Millicent: The Cat Intelligence Agent Who Came Out of the Cold, a whimsical comedy about a feline secret agent sent on a mission to investigate the local drug trade in northern New South Wales; The Tourist From the Light, inspired by the readings of Edgar Cayce, a thought-provoking paranormal novel with an underlying, alternative, spiritual philosophy that could change mankind's thinking forever; and The Burning Boy, an action-adventure-crime novel that deals with the horrors experienced by an ex-Vietnam War cameraman caught up in a deadly people-smuggling racket in the seventies and, A Novel Approach, half autobiography, The Withered of Oz, and half novel, The Twilight Escort Agency; a chance to get to know the author and to read his first work of fiction in the one volume. Bryon's show-biz career may be over but the creative juices continue to flow.
 
Published October 26, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 156 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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