Through anecdotal humor, Jim Lindsey shares tales of growing up in the South; life in Hollywood as an actor, model, and advertising executive; falling in and out of love; raising children; and living in the turbulent times we face. In poems and jokes, quotes and stories, Jim paints a picture of a long life lived within the wide boundaries of love and loss, joy and sorrow. He shares his story so that listeners are taken back to a simpler era in our nation.
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Raymond Kidd is a time traveller. Only he doesn't want to be. He has no say in when or where he goes, or to which time. Plus, he has to die to do it. In The Flaw in the Fabric, the first book in Jim Lindsey's trilogy A Travellers Guide for Lost Souls, a shortcut through a cemetery during a hurricane takes Raymond Kidd the long way around through another century and another identity. In 1860 Halifax, he's ship's captain Oliver Cole, just released from the madhouse.
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