Forget what you may have seen on That 70’s Show, if you want a true idea of what it was like being a child of the seventies then ‘Growing Up in the 70’s’ is an essential read. Black Coffey Publishing has created this collection of short, entertaining stories that give the reader real insight into what was life was like during the seventies and will give any child of the seventies a warming sense of nostalgia.
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The seventies weren’t just about flairs and big collars. If you remember Saturday morning meaning Tiswas on one of just three television channels, when 12p could actually buy you a portion of chips or when wrestling meant Word of Sport, Giant Haystacks and the Dynamite Kid then this collection of stories is the perfect way to bring back memories of childhood.
Whether you were 9 or 19, growing up in the seventies was certainly an experience. This was the age of glam rock, men wearing make-up and horror films that were banned before anyone ever had chance to see them. In the seventies Wagon Wheels were the still the right size, a clip ‘round the lughole didn’t mean a call to Childline and inexplicably every adult seemingly sported a moustache.
If it was a style thing we’ll never know but if you find entertainment in intelligently written literature and enjoy more than a hint of comedy in your tales then ‘Growing Up in the 70’s’ is the ideal short read for you.
Bringing together works from exciting new literary talent, Black Coffey Publishing has brought the seventies to life with captivating stories that will have you turning each page with anticipation and remembering those little details of life in the seventies that you thought you had forgotten.
You lived them once and even if you didn’t, this short read is a reflection on childhood, the golden years, the awkward teens at school or college and all the experiences we remember growing up.
Whatever the decade, there is something in Growing Up in the 70’s that will appeal to the child in all of us!