PURE TRASH, a new short story by author Bette A. Stevens, offers readers and book clubs insight into poverty and prejudice in rural New England in the 1950s
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PRLog (Press Release) – Oct. 24, 2013 – HARTLAND, Maine — PURE TRASH, The Story by Bette A. Stevens offers readers and book clubs an insights and pause for thought into what a child goes through living in abject poverty in a small town.
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You’re so right on all accounts. Thanks for the note!
I wish somebody had paid attention to bullying when I was a kid. We just had to live with it. At least we didn’t have to cope with the Internet too. Small favors from the old days!