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California Author Launches Memoir With Inspiring Anecdotes And Life Lessons

Los Angeles author David M. Perkins has recently published his autobiography, containing a variety of personal anecdotes and life lessons recounted with humor and insight.

The newly published memoir, titled “On LIFE: Rants, Tributes, and Lessons Learned in No Particular Order,” contains a selection of the author’s essays and anecdotes, collected over four decades.

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Told with humor and an occasionally satirical tone, the autobiography explores author David M. Perkins’s perspectives on a variety of issues.

Many anecdotes in the book are drawn from the author’s time spent as a telecine colorist, working in the television and motion picture industries. In recounting his experiences, Perkins frequently takes controversial and contrarian stances that push boundaries and challenge readers to reevaluate their opinions and beliefs.

“I am fully aware that a huge percentage of my readers will vehemently disagree with what is written in my book,” says the author. “I’m okay with that. I am so accustomed to it, in fact, that I sometimes find the need to reevaluate my stance when I find myself siding with the majority.”

Perkins explains that the idea for his autobiography arose from the fact that many friends and family members requested copies of his essays and written anecdotes over the course of several decades, prompting him to compile them into one accessible location.

Additional inspiration came from the author’s close relationship with his son, and his goal of leaving a “paper trail” of his life experiences and lessons learned.

The autobiography is not organized in a conventional way with a single narrative arc or predictable path; rather, it is presented as a mosaic of experiences, thoughts, inspirational accounts, and insights into the nature of life. Readers are invited to engage with Perkins’s content on their own terms, interacting in dialogue form.

Perkins's memoir has received positive reviews from readers. “This book is a literary journey that mirrors the unpredictability of life itself,” says Duane N. “David Perkins invites readers into the unfiltered recesses of his mind, a collection born from the scattered pieces of a writing journey spanning decades. The self-awareness and acceptance of dissenting opinions contribute to the book’s charm, making it a relatable and engaging read.”

Interested parties can find further details and purchase a copy of the memoir at

Contact Info:
Name: David Perkins
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Organization: David M. Perkins
Address: 18543 Devonshire St, Los Angeles, CA 91324, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89129964

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