Sunday Dinners, Moonshine and Men


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$17.95  $16.69
Micro Publishing Media
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6.13 X 8.96 X 0.47 inches | 1.07 pounds
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About the Author

For years Tate Barkley lived in shame--of living in poverty, of alcoholism and addiction, of being a closeted gay man. His story may sound familiar to anyone struggling to feel "less than." Now sober through Alcoholics Anonymous, he wants to share his story, hoping it will help others leave their shame behind and discover the peace they deserve.

His memoir, Sunday Dinners, Moonshine, and Men, recounts Tate's troubled relationship with his father, his journey to overcome shame, and the scarcity mindset that blocked his ability to find peace. Tate offers readers a deeply personal account of his dysfunctional childhood, from the backwoods of North Carolina to his family's struggles with poverty in Central Florida and their ultimate move to the boomtown of 1970s Houston, Texas. He details his attempts to repress his sexuality and control his escalating drinking as he became a successful attorney, only to hit rock bottom and lose it all. Tate's story will resonate with readers as they follow his quest to accept himself and find the promise of serenity sobriety brings.

Tate is a practicing attorney, speaker, author, and educator, living in Houston, Texas, with his husband of six years, Anson, and their dog, Emerson.