Brookwood Road: Memories of a Home

By Scott Douglas Vaughan, Copyright 2014

Finalist, National Indie Excellence Awards

Readers Favorite Book Award Winner

Available on Amazon.com


Retail Outlets:
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Heavenly Dove Christian Books, Cumming, GA
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"Vaughan successfully toggles back and

forth from goofy adventure to touching

stories of faith and family. Brookwood Road

provides laughs followed by tears. There were

more than a few times that I relied on my old sweatshirt sleeves to mop up the excess moisture coming out of every hole in my face and was glad that my own family was in the other room because it would have been an embarrassing display."


"Scott is a master storyteller. If you grew up on a farm, or, like me, just spent time there with your friends, this book will bring back fond memories. A must have piece of Southern literature for those who immediately identify with buttermilk, yard dogs, meat houses, and peeing outdoors. You too will laugh out loud."


"Scott Vaughan writes a coming-of-age story set in rural Georgia that chronicles the childhood of three brothers, Frank, Jack, and Wayne. These stories, told from Frank's point of view, include vivid descriptions of the brothers attempting to build a tree house and what happens when they get out of bed in the middle of the night to get water, just to name a few. Frank's mischief leads his siblings down a road full of memories and adventures, both funny and serious. Everyone should have this type of childhood where innocence and adventure can bring siblings and family closer together. Vaughan's writing takes the reader on a journey that will leave a lasting impression."










Elm Street: Memories of a Home

By Scott Douglas Vaughan, Copyright 2016

Finalist, National Indie Excellence Awards

Finalist, Book Excellence Awards

Four-Star Finalist, Indie Reader Discovery Awards


Available on Amazon.com

Retail Outlets:
Parsons Gifts, Cumming, GA

Heavenly Dove Christian Books, Cumming, GA
Kitty's Hallmark, Lexington, SC


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In 1965, Frank Wilcox and his friends

enter Acorn Primary School

in Acorn, Georgia—about forty miles

north of Atlanta. Over the next

eight years, Frank and his close friends

grow up together through the school

and their nearby hometown.

Fun-loving Charlie Keller, thoughtful Lester Freemont,

kind Pete Yancey, and loyal Wendell Mann

all play important roles in Frank’s world as he comes of age.
 
While written as fiction, Frank’s childhood adventures are closely based on the childhood memories of author Scott Douglas Vaughan. In Frank’s new love of writing, readers can see the seeds planted for Vaughan’s own communications career.
 
Vaughan’s tales include obsessing over school spankings, exploring an old house with Cub Scout friends, confronting a school bully, struggling with the cursed honor roll, ushering at Georgia Bulldogs football games, and many other adventures from school yard to the Acorn courthouse square. In vividly written stories, Frank gets his first look at the world beyond the family farm. With the support of his parents, other relatives, and wonderful teachers he learns how to dream big and pursue his goals.
 
This series of wholesome stories will bring out the child in all of us.

Scott Douglas Vaughan

Minister, Pirate, Author, Writer, Storyteller