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May 19, 2020 59 min
On this episode, Bill talk with author Wayne McFarland about his book "Tales From The Day" Wayne McFarland wandered away from a small, mid-western town some years ago. His experiences there led to a humorous memoir, some say a satirical memoir. His first book, Tales From the Day, is a young man's memoir in the sense that it consists of humorous short stories from back in the day. This rollicking tour of the human condition, readers have found, is applicable to living a full life both then and now. The episodes in Tales From The Day are humor stories told with candor coupled with a dry wit. Praise for Tales From The Day, for its material and great writing, is voluminous and multi-generational.With no planning at all, his history is one of stumbling into one bog after another from the Dakotas to California, from Pamplona to Paris, picking up life changing, funny events along the way. His main claim to fame is mostly and surprisingly not being dead, plus getting involved with a lot of strange stuff, usually unwillingly or by accident.

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