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Gregory G. Allen's Proud Pants: An Unvconventional Memoir

July 22, 2011

A nitty-gritty, cathartic, page-turner that is a must read. Caution: It's a rough read. Rough in that it doesn't hold anything back. Sometimes life isn't pretty. Sometimes we're dealt a crummy hand. Sometimes we make the best of what we have. Sometimes we don't. But ultimately, throughout this roller-coaster ride of a memoir told in the most non-traditional voice - I honestly believe - love wins in the end.

http://www.amazon.com/Proud-Pants-ebook/dp/B005CQ5O3K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1311367061&sr=8-1

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