A journey through time – [Book Release] Field Trip by Lee Glover

October 10, 2023

Elite Online Publishing is excited to announce the new book by Lee Glover, Field Trip: My Years on a Johns Island Farm: The story of why one end of Johns Island was so special at one point in time.

TODAY ONLY, the Kindle eBook is only 99 cents. Head over to Amazon and order your eBook for yourself or a friend! Hurry before it returns to the regular price of $9.99.

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ABOUT THE BOOK

Change is constant. It’s happening all around us all the time.  At this very moment, all across America, cities, towns, and communities are changing. Populations shift, incomes fluctuate, and social norms evolve. Change is a huge concept.  

And just south of Charleston, South Carolina, Johns Island was a tiny community until it wasn’t.  

  • ····· ······ Born-and-raised Johns Island resident Lee Glover tells the story of the evolution of his home from a rural agrarian setting to a rapidly changing sea island of the Low Country. Traditionally, Johns Island produced millions of pounds of fresh produce that was shipped all across America every year. Each summer, migrants and workers of all description, and in numbers sometimes ABOUT THE AUTHORLee Glover, a fifth-generation farmer on Johns Island, has a deep-rooted connection to the land,from his island childhood in the 1950s to witness the island’s transformation. In his book Field Trip, Glover takes readers on a captivating journey through Johns Island’s rich history, preserving its unique heritage and highlighting the enduring bond among its people.With firsthand experience, Glover played a role in the drastic changes that shaped the island’s landscape, from the tomato industry’s peak in the 1980s to its eventual decline by 2000. Beyond farming, Glover extended his reach by packing, selling, and shipping his products, collaborating with farmers from Florida, Kentucky, and Belize. While no longer tending the land, Glover finds joy in his family his church, and staying connected to long-time friends. Through his enthusiastic voice and wealth of experiences, Lee Glover brings Johns Island’s vibrant stories to life.Visit the website BooksInspire.meClick Here to get your copy for only 99 cents today.Watch the Book Trailer Video Have a Fantastic Day,Jenn Foster & Melanie JohnsonPS – It would be a super extra favor to the author if you had the time to write a review of the book on Amazon. We will look for feedback on what you thought about the book and the biggest benefit you received from the book.Click Here to leave a review.www.EliteOnlinePublishing.com ······ ······ surpassing the island’s total population, flocked to participate in the harvest. By August, everything was serenely calm once again. Then, in the late twentieth century, a massive change in industry from agriculture to tourism saw the once-quiet community transform into something vastly different. 

Field Trip is a deeply personal documentation of this change to preserve some of the times, events, and people that are rapidly fading into history. Through remembrances and shared history, the reader will learn the trials and joys of growing the food we eat and the intricacies of working with many different people. Going deeper than just the industrial history of Johns Island, the book is a lesson on how fellowship is one of several essential ingredients to having meaningful and enduring relationships. It is a glue that helps to hold relationships together during challenging times of change.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lee Glover, a fifth-generation farmer on Johns Island, has a deep-rooted connection to the land,

from his island childhood in the 1950s to witness the island’s transformation. In his book Field Trip, Glover takes readers on a captivating journey through Johns Island’s rich history, preserving its unique heritage and highlighting the enduring bond among its people.

With firsthand experience, Glover played a role in the drastic changes that shaped the island’s landscape, from the tomato industry’s peak in the 1980s to its eventual decline by 2000. Beyond farming, Glover extended his reach by packing, selling, and shipping his products, collaborating with farmers from Florida, Kentucky, and Belize. While no longer tending the land, Glover finds joy in his family his church, and staying connected to long-time friends. Through his enthusiastic voice and wealth of experiences, Lee Glover brings Johns Island’s vibrant stories to life.

Visit the website BooksInspire.me

Click Here to get your copy for only 99 cents today.

Watch the Book Trailer Video

PS – It would be a super extra favor to the author if you had the time to write a review of the book on Amazon. We will look for feedback on what you thought about the book and the biggest benefit you received from the book.

Click Here to leave a review.

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