At the age of eight Ray Olderman vowed to his mother that he’d be good as a girl. His mother badly wanted a girl and had just given birth to her third son.
In this funny and poignant story, Ray tells us how he carried the vow throughout his highly varied life and career.
Praise for "Good as a Girl" . . .
Laugh out loud funny, smart, and poignant.
This book is written in a way that you will want to read over. . . It is funny, engaging, intriguing, and true.
The book will make you laugh and several of his stories will make you cry.