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Ray Sanders is the Lawnmower Man. Living out his retirement years cutting grass and drinking sweet tea, everyone in town recognizes the good-atured old timer on his beat-p riding mower. Ray has little in his life to worry about aside from his wife’s grocery bill, but nothing can last forever. Having drawn the attention of the one family in town with nothing to lose, Ray becomes the target of some trouble.

Lucky to survive a close call, Ray finds himself hobbling around without a mower or a purpose. Covered in bandages, Ray has to learn for himself that there is more to life than mowing lawns. Looking beyond the growing grass, Ray is able to see what it should mean to live in a small town. With his humorous observations of friends and neighbors, Ray shows us you are never too old to stop growing.

Mira
Who is your inspiration writing this book?
FAIRG0ER
Good day Sir! What is the genre of your book?
FAIRG0ER905
Is your book based on some true events or your personal experiences?
Mira
Grandpa will always be a part of our memories. Me as well , I so missed him.
Mira
What are the lessons in your book that we might apply in our lives?
FAIRG0ER905
What is your most favorite part in the book?
FAIRG0ER
Do you have any tips for aspiring writers?
FAIRG0ER905
At what age did you start writing?
Mira
do you consider writing as a hobby or profession?
Mira
Did you grew up with your parents or with your grandparents?
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LOL
Fairgoer2080
How can a budding writer keep their creative spirit alive?
Fairgoer2057
Lawn Mower Man is your Grandpa?
Fairgoer2151
Hi! I grew up in a small town and I still remember my grandparents doing their chores. Your sharing reminds me of my childhood and home
Fairgoer2154
wow, what a nice neighborhood you have. We are lucky to have those kind of traditions before. Is you grandpa an outdoor kind of man?
Mira
Whats your unforgetable memory with your grandparents?
Mira
May you please share to us a part of your book that you love the most.
Fairgoer2151
for your 1st time leaving the town you grew up with, how was the moving for you?
Fairgoer2151
So you are happily living with your family then in your grandparents hometown. Are you somehow letting your kids experience the childhood you had when you were a kid
Mira
Are you planning to write a 2nd book that talk more about your childhood?
Fairgoer991
How can we managed our emotions?
Howard Martin
Is this base in a true story?
Fairgoer1406
What is the moral lesson of your book?
Fairgoer2304
😂😂
Fairgoer748
Food is one of the best peace offering. smile
Fairgoer1406
For you who is the best cook or chef in life?
Bob
What is the most delicious food that you ever tried?
Fairgoer748
Have you tasted any asian cuisine?
Fairgoer748
I can see you have a good taste.
Bob
Have you experience Arabic Food?
Bob
Or Indian Food?
Howard Martin
If you cook, do you want to add MSG in your ingredients or you use pure natural herbs and spices?
Fairgoer748
The MSG is the king of Flavor, do you agree with that?
Fairgoer748
What food you can offer to someone who will visit your town?
Howard Martin
Do you have any plan to make your own cook book?
Fairgoer748
I wanna check more about your book, do you have website?
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Ray Sanders is the Lawnmower Man. Living out his retirement years cutting grass and drinking sweet tea, everyone in town recognizes the good-atured old timer on his beat-p riding mower. Ray has little in his life to worry about aside from his wife’s grocery bill, but nothing can last forever. Having drawn the attention of the one family in town with nothing to lose, Ray becomes the target of some trouble.

Lucky to survive a close call, Ray finds himself hobbling around without a mower or a purpose. Covered in bandages, Ray has to learn for himself that there is more to life than mowing lawns. Looking beyond the growing grass, Ray is able to see what it should mean to live in a small town. With his humorous observations of friends and neighbors, Ray shows us you are never too old to stop growing.

Lawn Mower Man

Ray Sanders is the Lawnmower Man. Living out his retirement years cutting grass and drinking sweet tea, everyone in town recognizes the good-natured old timer on his beat-up riding mower. Ray has little in his life to worry about aside from his wife’s grocery bill, but nothing can last forever. Having drawn the attention of the one family in town with nothing to lose, Ray becomes the target of some trouble.

Lucky to survive a close call, Ray finds himself hobbling around without a mower or a purpose. Covered in bandages, Ray has to learn for himself that there is more to life than mowing lawns. Looking beyond the growing grass, Ray is able to see what it should mean to live in a small town. With his humorous observations of friends and neighbors, Ray shows us you are never too old to stop growing.