Interview with Josh Truxton, Author of “Alex, Peanut Butter, and Me”


THANKS to PAT BERTRAM for a poweerful interview of Author JOSH TRUXTON! I can’t wait to read the book!

Pat Bertram Introduces . . .

downloadWhat is your book about?

The underlying theme of Alex, Peanut Butter, and Me is that sometimes the most insignificant act inflict the gravest wound. Recently divorced, Phil Hayes, marries the woman of his dreams, but a year later he stands at her grave with the intellectually challenged son from her first marriage, 20-year old Alex Patterson. Phil struggles to overcome the maze separating them.

Against the advice of his grown children and of his parents, he opts not to place him in a group home and walk away. The peanut butter loving Alex consistently clashes with Phil. He balks at having his mother buried, at having Phil for a guardian, and at other women who might enter Phil’s life.

Phil must discover the underlying hurt dividing them and find a way to close the wound.

What inspired you to write this story?

Many years ago, I met and fell…

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