|By PR Newswire||
|January 3, 2014 08:45 AM EST||
CHESAPEAKE, Va., Jan. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- People can cheat life but no one can ever cheat death. The keys to a long life are simple: laughter and reading. An active mind bypasses senility and Alzheimer's. In an entertaining and painfully candid read, Diddlysquat, author Wilkie Lee Jernigan writes about how choices make a person.
The author invites readers to open their eyes and heart as they prepare to learn more about religion, life, and history in these pages. Readers will find themselves sometimes laughing at the truths that are worded so well they can actually hurt.
Diddlysquat is something people may have never heard about; others may not know; or something only God knows. In this book, readers will discover many things that will amuse, befuddle, irritate, tickle, and astonish them. It's for trivia lovers, football sports fans, life lovers, love lovers and church lovers (although, this may not always be on the positive side). There are many discoveries presented here that will simplify people's understanding of many things unknown to them. Most of all, there are literary snippets, which relate to life and that everyone believes in.
About the Author
Wilkie Lee Jernigan was born in North Carolina but now lives in Virginia. He and his wife, Marie, have been in Chesapeake for the past 18 years. Aside from his career in the Navy, he also worked for the postal service. Writing is something he does to occupy his time and this book is his first published work.
by Wilkie Lee Jernigan
Publication Date: October 23, 2013
Paperback: $34; 406 pages; ISBN 978-1434916136
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