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40 Years, You Just Don't Know Me-bookcover

By: William Donald Monro

40 Years, You Just Don't Know Me

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Within this book are chapters of my life written as they happened. The book includes the loss of loved ones, moments of triumph, endless mental and physical struggle and – to really let you in – my moments of complete stupidity. I have a strong imagination, which I had to grasp the reigns of so as to be honest to my word. I guess this is a demonstration of the human mind and its ability to remember the smallest of details from many, many years ago. What was your first memory?

Mine represent themselves strongly and constantly in my morals and personality, and very much in the way I view life. Some, I guess, I wish I could forget. But then, this is what made me. As with all of us, I am faced with challenges and disappointments pretty regularly. I do tend to go a little further out on a flimsy branch. Sure, I hear the cracks, but the break is more interesting to me. Sometimes it worked out okay, and others, well you know how that goes, or do you?

Some chapters took many attempts of facing a time, not writing it, but going back to that time and place, and being true to my word. I must warn you, some things are graphic, because at eleven years old, that’s how I remembered it. Some things I do leave to your imagination, I think it is better this way. I make no apologies.

This is my life…

I think this author is really brave for putting his deepest and most personal experiences into words. It’s very emotive from the start to the end. But even more, it began as an exercise for him, to face his inner demons. And I think it’s clear he did, because we share in his moments of breakdown perhaps a realisation or closure. Either way, it tells the life of someone who doesn’t have fame or fortune. He is just like you or me and it’s fair to say, what a hell of a story.

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