“It sounds implausible, but that’s how Into That Good Night, the modest but powerful new book by 46-year-old Lake Jackson resident Ron Rozelle, came to be published this August by Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, the home of such esteemed authors as Susan Sontag and Tom Wolfe. Ethan Nosowsky, Ron Rozelle’s editor, says it has been five years since the company last published a manuscript that came in over the transom. He had been “delighted and surprised,” he said, when he looked at the first two chapters of Into That Good Night. “Am I hallucinating?” he asked himself. When he read on, he says, he was “overtaken by the strength and the vision” of the book.”
sounds good to me. Mr. Ron Rozelle became my favorite teacher throughout a four years of Joy-tour: replete con wisdom shared by Mr. Herbert Torres, Mr. Rozelle and Mr. Bill Gottschalk, the conductor of my junior year band. His wife, Sue Gottschalk conducted that initial band, was in Lake Jackson Intermediate 7th and 8th grade. She plays a mean Bach Coronet, silver. She took me into her office one day in the noon hour to confirm that the similar Christianity benefit that fell on me, a rascal of a horn player, but also a Christ believer since my days in a little town named Oxford, Alabama. Baptized into that Episcopalian faith in 1973, David found such joy with the simple things in those days of my third year alive. As the cool concrete, a smoother type as apposed to the sand-papery texture of driveways, beside the bare stomach which was my usual dress in those hot summer days – where was i? uh.. this memory is only handicapped by the head injury ‘m blessed to have endured in 1992, do me a solid by excusing my confusing banter; see: am very able to recall those difficulties that were David’s life lessons to create the not so wise goof he portrays. the nutty thinker enduring a few disability’s back where he was born, and lived in three different times – ’70-’72, ’80-’83, and 1992… now, and for good. settled down, but have not raised a child; yet.
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