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I Should Have Been A Cowboy


A salute is in order for those responsible for helping 99-year-old author, John Romano launch his memoir, I SHOULD HAVE BEEN A COWBOY. Champagne, cake, music and poets added to the festivities held yesterday in Laguna Woods, CA  … western music by Ross Costa, and cowboy readings by Shakespearean actor, John Gardiner, and poet extraordinaire, Ricki Mandeville. But the highest praise belongs to editor, publisher, and organizer of the book launch, MaryAnn Easley. Romano thanked all in attendance and stated that he hoped to have his second book ready by next year, his 100th on this earth. Way to go, John.