Reminisce along with the writer of growing up a child of the 80s: recording songs off the radio, Ghetto Blasters, Huey Lewis, sticker collections and kissing on the playground!
I was a bad kid. I didn’t realize it at the time, however, now that I think about it I really was a bad kid. On the outside, I was just a boy from Kansas growing up in the 80s, trying to mousse my mullet to its fullest potential and tight roll my jeans like all the other cool kids. On the inside though, my brain worked like a maniacal tyrant, hell bent on getting whatever I wanted. I concocted crafty plans unseen from any other child my age and carried them out with incredible professionalism and finesse. Narrated by me, these are my personal stories in "I was a Bad Kid: The True Tales of a Deceptive Child."
Be prepared to laugh as I share the details of how Huey Lewis made me call 911, or learn a lesson on how to get your friend’s girlfriend to kiss you instead. See just how much I tortured my poor mom’s cooking, and what scam I came up with in order to get a shiny new 8-bit Nintendo. Lastly, watch the chaos unfold and see how one simple afternoon caused me to completely destroy my parents’ living room—all due to some checkers and my best friend.
It’s nostalgic. It’s fun. It’s hysterical. It’s "I was a Bad Kid: The True Tales of a Deceptive Child."
This book is free 10/4-10/6.