Live, From Milwaukee, It's Tuesday Night


Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon

(5 stars; 1 reviews)

"Live, From Milwaukee, It's Tuesday Night," is an eclectic collection of essays and short stories, some of them humorous, some of the not; none written in Milwaukee, and only a few on a Tuesday night; all, however, with insights that can only come from growing up frizzy-haired and left-handed in Milwaukee in the 50's.


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Chapters

Selection 1 - "The Power of the Button" Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon
Selection 2 - "Darn Emerson" Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon
Selection 3 - "Sequin People" Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon
Selection 4 - "Hating Chases" Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon
Selection 5 - "A Gift From My Daughter" Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon
Selection 6 - "AC and the Path to Hell" Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon
Selection 7 - Little Church of the Inner Door Bed Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon
Selection 8:  The Turkey in the Living Room Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon
Selection 9 - "Whatever It Takes" Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon
Selection 10 - "The Fight for Molly Dooker Day" Read by Billie Pagliolo-Olmon

Reviews

Refreshing and funny

(5 stars)

I found these funny and like family tales of our funny and hilarious relatives growing up, and funny events that we recall. Brings back those wonderful days of the 50's & early 60's. I really enjoyed this short work just wished it was longer. Billie does such a great job of reading this you feel like she is speaking to you one on one. My favorite essay was on the Milwaukee Braves as I too listened to them in those great yrs 1956 thru 1959. Brings back so many memories of my days growing up in Rockford IL. Thanks for a very great narration and funny essays.

(0 stars)

Chris, Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I sincerely appreciate your comment. (It keeps a writer going and determined to try even harder to produce more pieces). If you do read this comment, I'd love to get an email through my site at www.windmillworks.com. I'm particularly interested ...

(0 stars)

I laughed so hard at the last chapter! Being a left-hander, it's hilarious to stand back when you go out to dinner with friends/family and you stand back, and try to claim a seat on the outside of the table, so you don't elbow someone while eating. And don't get ...

(0 stars)

These are pretty funny and entertaining. I didn't think I'd like rated G stories, but these ones work and work well.