Audiobooks Narrated by Armiger Jagoe

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You Are Next In Line: Everyman's Guide for Writing an Autobiography Audiobook

You Are Next In Line: Everyman's Guide for Writing an Autobiography

Author: Armiger Jay Jagoe Narrator: Armiger Jagoe Release Date: February 2020

Writing one's life story in the form of a personal memoir or an autobiography can have immense value for benefiting posterity. It can also help the author appreciate or otherwise come to terms with their own life experiences, their choices, their successes and failures, their aspirations and achievements, the people they've known, the places they seen, the events they've experienced. Written especially for those who have no special skills or experience in writing, You Are Next In Line: Everyone's Guide For Writing Your Autobiography by Armiger Jagoe is the perfect 'how to' instruction guide and manual for recording a life story that will prove worthwhile reading for friends, for family, and for the generations to come Next In Line is a skillful step by step exploration on writing one's own story. Author, Jay Jagoe provides many examples from other authors that are engaging and entertaining. By writing your autobiography, you are acknowledging that you are unique. one of a kind. In studying a rerun of your life, you'll discover forgotten facts about yourself. You can find a therapeutic value in having to rethink both joyful and tragic events, and invariably you will find something new.Next In Line, will enable you to achieve the goal that has been on the back burner for too many years. Remember that a life worth living is worth being recorded!

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Southern Boy: Growing up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast in the 1920-30s Audiobook

Southern Boy: Growing up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast in the 1920-30s

Author: Armiger Jay Jagoe, Emer Walds, Jayden Haywards, Rita Chester Narrator: Armiger Jagoe Release Date: August 2019

This book is a love story, as much like poetry as prose. It is filled with Jay Jagoe's love for Gulfport, the Mississippi Gulf Coast, his family, his friends, and the servants. Jay tells his story like you were sitting on the front porch of his home looking out into the Gulf while listening to his recollections of the people and events of his early life. He lets you into his heart in a way not many people do. With Gulfport now gone by the destruction from Katrina it is especially valuable to have Jay's picture of life there in the 1920s and 30s. You will be struck by Jay's gentle storytelling about the depth of connection between blacks and whites in the South and how much black friends contributed to his life. You will learn his deepest secret of the mummy he kept in the attic. This is a book well worth reading to know a place and a time which were unique and special and sadly have disappeared. Thank God that through Jay's eyes and writing we have a way to hold onto the sacred past. I do hope in our future as a country we will at some time be able to recreate and bring back into America the love and principles that Jay captures in describing his life in Gulfport.

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