What does an actor, a gangster, an
Academy Award winner and a priest have in common?
(They're all real people in this
tell-all true love story! See below.)
in new book!
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This is what people
"I love this story…it made me
laugh, then cry, then mad, then happy, but in the end, it left me with lot’s of
hope. I just couldn’t put this book down once I started
reading it.I highly recommend it to everyone!"
Helen Zion, customer
"Writer Anders is a
skilled author, presents his tale well, his characters are well fleshed and
settings are clearly delineated."
Everybody Calls My Father, Father
is based on a true love story--the love story of the
author’s parents. The character of a tenacious young woman, Bouvette
Sherwood, who is a successful New York Broadway producer and actress, drives
the plot. In the mid 1940s Bouvette meets and falls in love with a charming
alcoholic, Hughie Hewitt. He has a secret though, which he keeps from her
during their intense courtship--he is a Catholic priest. Their love story
unfolds into a kaleidoscope of intrigue, suspense, betrayal, and romance.
Later in life the author's mother thought of
writing a book exposing to the world her forbidden romance and what she had gone through but was
afraid of the repercussions and embarrassment that so doing would cause her
and the innocent around her. As an adolescent the author had many long
conversations in regard to his mother’s life as a Broadway actress and her
forbidden love affair with his father. After his mother’s death he told himself that one
day he would write her story. Here it is.
true love story tells the price the author's mother had to pay for her
In the book you will meet her friends who
ranged from actors to mobsters to academy award winners.
Hughie was the father of author Tim 'Dr. Hope' Anders.
He was a Catholic priest in New York City. You could call him a married
priest because of his hidden romance with the author's mother.
here to learn more about him.