“Bill, how would you like to make more money in a month selling Willys Jeeps than I bet you make in a year of cowboying?”
July 2018 – Award-winning author William L. McGee opens his fifth memoir with the event in 1950 that changed the course of his life from cowboying in the West to becoming a successful importer/executive in the world trade business. Or as McGee likes to say…his transition from Levis and boots to Brooks Brothers suits.
As the saying goes, life happens when you’re making other plans.
Other memoirs by William L. McGee:
MONTANA MEMOIR: 1925–1942: The Hardscrabble Years
BLUEJACKET ODYSSEY, 1942-1946: Guadalcanal to Bikini
OPERATION CROSSROADS, LEST WE FORGET! 1946
THE DIVORCE SEEKERS: A Photo Memoir of a Nevada Dude Wrangler, 1947-1949
THE BROADCASTING YEARS, 1958-1989: Memoir of a Television Pioneer
AUTHOR, PUBLISHER, MARKETING MAN, 1990-2015 (In the chute for 2020)