The Boys of the Bone Yard Slash: True Texas Tales
By: Ronald Armstrong
About the Book
Part adventure, part collection of short stories, all true, and a whole lotta fun, these are the tales of some of the people who lived along the Northeastern Texas Red River Chicota region of author Ronald Armstrong’s 1970s youth.
There is more to these stories than just huntin’ and fishin’, although that is a great portion. There is humor, funny stories, a dash of tragedy, some love lost and found, some lost souls and some reborn. Throw in a monster or two, a good fight, a feud, and some good friends. How could you go wrong with true stories like these? The truth is always stranger than fiction and much more interesting. Take into consideration that this happened in the South, especially in Texas… then you have got to love it!
The Boys of the Bone Yard Slash: True Texas Tales is Armstrong’s tribute to the people and the area he grew up loving.
About the Author
Ronald Armstrong grew up in the Chicota area of Northeast Texas on the Red River. He is the fourth generation to grow up there.
Armstrong currently lives in East Texas and spends as much time as he can in the Kiamichi Mountains. He and his wife, Karen, have four grown children and five grandchildren. He is the general manager for one of the largest truck and RV collision centers in Texas. He enjoys conducting Bigfoot research and riding his Harley. This is his first published book, but he is writing more.
(2019, paperback, 186 pages)