About the Author

Richard Bushnell
Blurbarian Since November 2008
Name Richard Bushnell
My Web Site bushnell2537@comcast.net
Location Layton, Utah, United States of America
Gender Male
My Occupation Author
My Bio Not liking church, authority figures, school teachers or bosses. Struggling with living in society and not conforming and not crossing the line too far, he somehow emerges as a fascinating writer that covers a vast array of life’s challenges, dreams and realities. Having overcome alcoholism, clinical depression, 2 divorces and the hard knocks of life he is able to write with deep insight and passion for the human condition.

His professional career in Supply-Chain Management and Logistics Consulting allowed him to travel extensively throughout the US and Canada working with a variety of individuals from all backgrounds in life. He has a grasp of what we all struggle with, the demons in our lives and the pleasures and joys in our lives. He has 7 Children and 22 Grandchildren. He is happily married, retired, writing, has a dog and at peace with his religion and too old to care about school, bosses or authority figures. Life doesn’t get much better than that.

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
Most likely something that I haven't considered yet. It may be a suprise to me in the sense that I have not thought of what to write just yet so I will put this matter aside for a while and take it up again when I think about it and not a minute sooner. So don't pressure me. I might get writers block or something horrible like toe fungus, or grey hair. Besides, my dog wants to play so I'll have to get back to this later.
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
Merle Haggard - 'I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink'
Monte Python - 'Eric the Half-a-Bee Song'
The Bird and the Bee -'How Deep Is Your Love' and ' Again & Again'
Carlos Oliva - 'Baby come back - Cuando Volvera'
John Prine - 'In Spite of Ourselves' and ' Please don't bury me'
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
Yea, I'll say, I've read it at least 32 times, then I fell asleep and when I woke up I found I could not eat or use the toilet until I had read it again. I really don't think it is addictive, excuse me while I go outside and light up. When I get back in, we can talk about the addiction of this book and how you can buy the next book written by this fabulous author and move on in your life. It's better than therapy and a whole lot less costly.