Robert A. Morton Sr.'s Memoir, "Just a Little Watermelon Talk" is an Absorbing Tale About the Life of a Striving Geologist and the Profound Oklahoma Culture.
Recent release "Just A Little Watermelon Talk" from Covenant Books author Robert A. Morton Sr. has a consuming narrative that delves into the late author's fulfillment of having been a geologist, and his struggles of manpower, technologies, and success in work.
Oklahoma City, OK, February 20, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Robert A. Morton Sr., was a consulting geologist with a degree in petroleum geology from the University of Oklahoma, the completed work, “Just A Little Watermelon Talk”: reflects a captivating account of the author’s long-time passion for his chosen career in the field of geological studies.
Morton shared, “In the fall of 1946, with high hopes and enthusiasm, I started enrollment in the Geological Engineering School at Oklahoma University. Finally, at almost twenty-three years old, I was on my way to my chosen career! Downhill from there! Ah, academe! Don’t you believe it! The ‘fun’ had only begun. I found I was in a new army—hordes of returning servicemen with a dream of opportunity for an education—and we were the enemy!”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Robert A. Morton Sr.’s new book is a recounting of amazing opportunities and the long hauls of geological projects during the early 1950’s and 1980’s.
“Just A Little Watermelon Talk” highlights an enthralling perspective of Oklahoma in its earlier years; it also features many characters and moments that history lovers and average readers will surely find entertaining and inspiring.
Readers can purchase “Just A Little Watermelon Talk” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Covenant Books