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Micro Memoirs of Mischief. Published by ZoneFree Publishing in Middletown, Ohio. Printed in the United States of America.

Micro Memoirs of Mischief. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior permission of the publisher, except for excerpts provided by Frank Rocco Satullo for promotion. Cover design by Michael A. DeGiuseppe. Cover photograph by Scott Hosier.

Frank Rocco Satullo has led a life of mischief, often turning the ordinary into an extraordinary experience. Read about the sometimes humorous and entertaining mischief that Frank Rocco Satullo encounters through his life from childhood to adulthood. His wild, funny and touching adventures come from growing up in the suburbs, serving in the Army overseas and exploring nearly every state. In doing so, he rubbed elbows with all walks of life from the inner city to the über-wealthy.

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My life is coming full circle around the turntable. When I was a child, I remember that first record player. By Frank Rocco Satullo, author of "Here I thought I Was Normal: Micro Memoirs of Mischief. My Journey is a Trip.

Rocco Satullo was born in Cleveland, Ohio and grew up in Avon Lake, Ohio. The other was his memoir, Here I Thought I Was Normal: Micro Memoirs of Mischief. He graduated high school in 1986 and served in the United States Army at the end of the Cold War as a satellite communications specialist stationed in Geilenkirchen, Germany. He had a Top Secret security clearance and worked on a nuclear missile base. Satullo then graduated the University of Toledo with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications. He and his wife, Rebecca, moved to Strongsville, Ohio and started their family. He currently resides in Liberty Township, Ohio between Cincinnati and Dayton.

by Frank Rocco Satullo. Funny and wild times make for an enjoyable read one short story at a time in this humorous and entertaining memoir book about getting into mischief while growing up and parenting.

Here I Thought I Was Normal: Micro Memoirs of Mischief From Frank Rocco Satullo. All trademarks and images are trademark of their respective owner. We do not warrant or guarantee any of the information contained on this site.

Funny and wild times make for an enjoyable read one short story at a time in this humorous and entertaining memoir book about getting into mischief while growing up and parenting.
Have you ever met the kind of person that people gravitate around to hear a story? If such captivating verbal storytelling were captured in written words that take only two or three pages to tell, made you laugh out loud and want to read aloud to whomever was present, you’ll love, “Here I Thought I Was Normal: Micro Memoirs of Mischief.”
These stories are your stories, sort of. And that is why so many people have enjoyed them. The wild, funny and touching tales may trigger memories of your own similar experiences. Others live vicariously through the adventures. Some are appalled at times. The short stories in the collection have curious titles such as Streaking, Gore Orphanage, Wrestling a Bear, Crazy was in the Air, Walk of Shame, Practical Joke Gone Bad and Pleasure Attic just to name several.
The 107 real-life micro stories are about growing up and parenting in America from the 1970s to present. It was only as the author grew older, sharing in conversation with others, that he began to realize that perhaps his life wasn’t all that normal. He seemed to have more stories of mischief than most folks. Some pushed the boundaries of comfort. Nonetheless, these short stories left listeners at the edge of their seat asking for more.

Mr Frank Rocco Satullo - Here I Thought I Was Normal - Micro Memoirs of Mischief