Farmington, CT, August 22, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- "Postcards from the Highway of Life" features a Foreword by Pat Simmons, founding member of the Doobie Brothers. The book has already started to gain initial praise before publication. In a recent review, seven-time Emmy-winning actor Ed Asner declared, "Garrison Leykam in his wonderful and erudite 'Postcards from the Highway of Life' has done a beautiful capturing of America the Beautiful. His work demonstrates how this country at that time produced the Greatest Generation."
About the Book: Just like vintage postcards capture and share in pictures the memories of a favorite road trip, "Postcards from the Highway of Life" captures in words the people and places and things that have influenced author Garrison Leykam on the experiential highway of his life. Whether it's contemplating how to handle life's stresses through his musings about a malted milk, lamenting the lost art of letter writing or humorously recalling the potential for pressure cookers to take Sunday meals airborne, Leykam's "Postcards from the Highway of Life" is both a rich essay about baby boomer values as well as a wake-up call to preserve an entire generation's identity. The book is simple, profound wisdom served in heaping portions of nostalgia, memories and the very stuff of what makes life meaningful.
About the Author: Garrison Leykam is an AARP card-carrying, motorcycle riding baby boomer, producer, author, stand-up comic and TV and radio host.