11 07 2011

For those of you who might be interested, I have a new book published on Kindle.  My other books are all on there, too.  I  think I have 6 altogether.  Anyway, you might want to check them out.  All under the name of Bet Hampel.   There is Bet’s Cookbook, a great way to feed your family cheap, good, nutritious meals.  I know how to do that having raised a whole houseful of kids.  And they are all very healthy, so must have done something right.

And then, there is my series of books.  First one is  #2503 which is about the 30’s and 40’s and growing up in a middle class everyday family.  And then In The 1940’s which is the story of that same family – which was mine – living through the pre-War, World War II and post War years.  Interesting, lots of living history.  Very enjoyable.

Then there is The Wonderful 1950’s which is the story of growing up and having a family of my own and all the changes, changes going on in those years.  Really great to know about all those wonderful things that came along during those years.

All these are full of humor and fun.  The Cookbook has lots of Tips for making things easier and cheaper.

I have another one called A Better World which makes suggestions for living life so that we can all have A Better World.  Not preachy, just interesting.

And now I have another one.  This one is called The Real Story and it tells the real stories behind what is often reported as the real story.  One of the stories tells about the 1957 Little Rock High School crisis – you know, the integration of the high school.  What is the real story and what has been printed are two different things.   Read all about it!

Second chapter tells about a recovering alcoholic and all the changes in his life and how successful he became.

Third chapter tells The Real Story about what has happened to our country and suggests remedies for changing things back to our normal, wonderful life style.

All are $7.95 on Kindle.    On you can order by mail.    All details about ordering are listed.

Anyway, give the books a try.  You will really enjoy them, I’m sure.  Thanks.  Bet