Blaisdon Made Me – Autobiography about the transformation from boy to man in the mid-20th century

“Blaisdon Made Me” by Anthony J. M. Brady
Anthony J. M. Brady shares his experiences about moving from one orphanage to another in “Blaisdon Made Me”.

In the second volume of his series called “Scenes From An Examined Life”, J.M. Brady continues to tell the story of his life. In volume 1, readers learned about how he had been given to an orphange by his mother who had been banished from her own family, and about how the managed to get through the years under the care of Religious Sisters. In volume 2, the boy faces a move to another orphanage; one he has never heard anything good about. He is afraid of his move to Blaisdon in Gloucestershire because he had heard many stories about the very strict rules that await everyone who is sent there.

In “Blaisdon Made Me” by Anthony J. M. Brady, the readers follow the author’s journey from London to Gloucestershire, where his transformation from boy to man begins. Will he find that the orphanage really is the ultimate place when it comes to refined punishment? Or will he find that it is a place which helps him to grow into a better person? Readers of this book will find the answer, and will also learn a lot about life and culture in England during the mid-20th century.

“Blaisdon Made Me” by Anthony J. M. Brady is now available from tredition or can alternatively be ordered by using ISBN 978-3-7323-9647-4. The main aim of the tredition publishing house is to provide young and unknown authors with the chance to publish their own books, and to offer cooperations to publishers and book sellers. Tredition publishes books across all media types, distributes them in the book industry, and also actively markets books since October 2012.

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