The Author and Excerpts of His Stories

Posted: February 28, 2015 in Uncategorized

Refreshing tales of a simpler world. Sid is a great writer who has taken me on a journey back to my childhood.

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  1. Sid Nachman writes a beautiful narrative into a world we have lost, but will not forget.

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    • Sid Nachman says:

      Wow! What a sweet mensch you are. Thanks. I’m starting on the Kindle edition of your book. Sid

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      • Sid Nachman says:

        How do you escape emotionally into the “normal world” after talking to homeless?

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      • Homeless and street people have become my best friends. Their smiles and positive attitude to life are very refreshing, something I look forward to every morning and noon hour (weather permitting). They don’t complain, because their friends have all heard their stories, know their habits, addictions and diseases, and may be in a worse situation. They live in the moment and appreciate everything they have, friends, sunshine, conversation and an atmosphere where nobody is judged. We can all learn from these treasures of the street.

        My normal world is an office environment of 500 people. Lunchroom conversations aren’t very interesting. I usually sit on a sofa, read, then fall asleep.

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      • Hi Sid, it’s always good to hear from you. I had to Google ‘mensch’. Thank you very much for the compliment. I’d appreciate any comments you have about my book. I value your opinion. Shalom. ~ Dennis

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      • Sid, you’re so kind, but you haven’t had your full quota of coffee today. I think you are referring to Dennis’ book.

        Seriously, I loved your writing, and when the dog passed, my heart broke. I have a nine year old yellow Lab; I can’t imagine my life without her.

        Enjoy a great day!

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      • sid nachman says:

        I’m truly sorry the things we have in common are so sad. Let’s pick it up again on a happier note. Sid

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      • I’m enjoying your book, especially the games you played as a child. Brings back a lot of pleasant memories. Childhood was good. ~ Dennis

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      • sid nachman says:

        When your finished Strictly for Seniors try on A Roll In The Hay for size

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