Bernard N Lee, Jr.
Bernard N. Lee, Jr. is the oldest son of a career veteran of the US Army. Bernie is a Director of the “How Big Is Your Dream?! Foundation. Bernie is a member of the Atlanta Writers Club; Georgia Writers Association; Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators; Atlanta African American Book Festival Group; and the American Overseas Schools Historical Society.Bernie resides in Conyers, Georgia, with his wife of forty-three years, Edwina Lee.
Atlanta Writers Club Memoir
Listen to a panel of talented Atlanta Writers Club members as they discuss their newest essay and memoir titles. Distinguished panelists include Connie Tuttle, Robin Conte, Danzella Watts, and Bernard Lee, Jr.
Julia McDermott is an award-winning author whose story “The Riverfest” is included in the anthology Down to the River. Other published fiction includes Daddy’s Girl, Underwater, and Make That Deux. Her memoir All the Above: My Son’s Battle with Brain Cancer was awarded Finalist-Georgia Author of the Year, and is the subject of her AJC Personal Journey, “Fear & Gratitude.” A native of Texas, Julia lives in Brookhaven.
A Look Back in Time: Memoir of a Military Kid in the 50s, Vol. II
A Look Back in Time: Memoir of a Military Kid in the 50s, Vol. I recounts Bernard N. Lee, Jr.’s time in Germany in the late 1950’s. As the oldest son of a military family, Lee moved from place to place. The three years he spent in Germany was a magical time for Lee and his family. The places they traveled, the people they met, and the stories Lee recalls are shared in this memoir.