Newest publication "Confessions of Fraternity Days" from Fulton Books author Gregory Ross is a sometimes hilarious, sometimes poignant, always entertaining fraternity story, chock full of women problems, insane jobs, and other fraternity curiosities.
New York, NY, May 27, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Gregory Ross, a former college professor of comparative religion and public speaking, has completed his most recent book “Confessions of Fraternity Days”: a delightful and engaging college fraternity story sure to make readers nostalgic for the 1980’s.
Published by Fulton Books, Gregory Ross’s beguiling and entertaining tale takes place in Abilene, Texas, 1985. “The hair was big, the music was loud, and fashion was...bright.”
1985, Norbert was a college freshman in Abilene, Texas. All his break ups, unique jobs, and fraternity oddities. Norbert is social, kind hearted and successful at everything, but true love. He is a singer, a model (for BVD), a youth minister, quasi-college athlete, and an adult dancer. It is the best Texas college fraternity story since Proof by Kevin Reynolds. Makes you laugh, cry and remember the 1980’s. A Humorous coming of age tale, destined to be a Cult Classic soon to be released.
In the tradition of Fandango, Footloose, Rock Star, and many others. It has been described as Holden Caulfield/Ferris Bueller goes to college and More than Zero. If nothing else it has great 80’s soundtrack.
Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase “Confessions of Fraternity Days” 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at 877-210-0816.
Source: Fulton Books