Bill Crossman’s New Book ’18 Windows to the Center of the Universe’ is a Medley of Vivid Stories That Paints a Portrait of Peculiar Souls in Seattle’s Fremont District

Bill Crossman, an artist, and owner of ’62 Seattle Collectibles has completed his most recent book “18 Windows to the Center of the Universe”: a gripping and potent account that revolves around the stories of people who rarely get heard.
The collection of short stories, character sketches, and situational memoirs have produced a portrait of life in the teen years of the twenty-first century in Seattle’s Fremont District.
crossman and his fellow Fremonsters, all with some connection to artists and peculiars, have embraced the neighborhood’s motto, that is painted on the rocket ‘De Libertas Quirkas’ or the ‘Freedom to be peculiar.’ crossman’s detailed and thoughtful descriptions of his fellow denizens leave judgment to the reader to decide the real character of these denizens.
“From the guerrilla gardener, the Speed Queen Laundromat, to the vibrant street scene, nighttime revelers, and the reveled in the booming city, Seattle
Published by Fulton Books, crossman’s book gives the lives of others a chance to shine and shows the universality of the characters and their color of any life.
Through this book, the author wants the readers to see and realize the reality that is happening around them in today’s world.
Readers who wish to experience this fascinating work can purchase “18 Windows to the Center of the Universe” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books