When folks think small town history books don’t sell well; I’m not sure what they’re doing wrong. Bob LeJeune is back again with another order of soft-cover and hard-cover books loaded up and ready to head to Louisiana. His book, “From Pointe-aux-Loup through Cartville to Iota” has been a great success in and around the area of his home town. It’s a well thought out story; with plenty of photos and very well researched. It’s like reading about a slice of life rather than boring facts and figures. Here’s to Bob’s continued success. He’ll be headed to Mardi Gras soon with the intentions of selling out, again!
Bob will be beginning his 2nd book soon; which will make a great companion to his first book. Thanks for choosing South Texas Print Guy and STPG Press, Bob!
As you read below, we did a book on the History of the Iota Parish, Louisiana; the hometown of Bob LeJeune. He visited his hometown and surrounding areas over the week leading up to Mardi Gras and it was a huge success. He took his initial 200 book order with him and returned with nothing. We have our first reprint order completed as he made another road trip to finish up where he left off. On tap for Bob is a hardcover special edition and a revised 2nd edition of the first book. Congratulations Bob!
…true stories of actual happenings in the lives of real people and real hotels of New Orleans written by a man that actually lived them. Fact is stranger than fiction as shown by these stories from behind the scenes.
Once upon a time a noted author wrote a fairy tale about hotels that became a bestselling novel. It continued on as a movie and finally a successful television series. I would be the last to question Alex Haley’s research, but he simply did not live the life. This book is no fairy tale. It is written by a bartender that lived the life and knew the people. The managers were not all brilliant or considerate. In fact, many could be referred to as downright rude and not all that bright. I hope you have as much fun reading this as I did writing it and living it to get the material. I would not trade anything on earth for the experience. – Mike Addison
another South Texas Print Guy author, available May 2013.