Charlie James Brown's New Book "Ramblings" is the Author's Lifelong Dream of Unveiling His Philosophy, Thoughts, Perceptions, and Opinions to the General Public at Large

Charlie James Brown, a 70-year-old US Navy veteran and gifted author, has completed his most recent book “Ramblings”:  an engaging and enlightening work from a man who has lived a remarkable life and has been blessed with the ability to spin a tale, and teach life lessons.

Mr. Brown says, “I am no longer afraid or caring about the opinions of others. Welcome home!”

Published by Fulton Books, Charlie James Brown’s book was born from the author’s protective walls at long last being eradicated. With the drawbridge down, one and all are invited into the innermost sanctum, never before revealed, to ramble about and possibly find some insight that might help smooth the road ahead.


Brown hopes to benefit most and no doubt anger a few, because one can never please all the people all the time. Life was never meant to be like that. Enclosed between these covers can be found an interwoven tapestry of thoughts, letters, poems, and short stories encompassing the gamut of human emotions. In close cadence with these emotions are the sensory reactions that normally stay hidden deep within the subconscious until memories of past and, sometimes, present struggles or relationships are prodded to the surface to cover the miles of road on whatever particular journey between birth and death that may be traveled.


Created with the sincerest wish for the reader to possibly find a pearl or two as he or she unfolds these pages. Maybe see themselves and not the author in a line or more of shared commonality? Whatever the case, take the ramble.  What is there to lose?

Readers who wish to experience this enveloping and delightful work can purchase “Ramblings” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books

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