The Other #22
Separate tragedies that took the lives of his father and brother before his eyes as a young boy had a traumatic effect on Hixon's childhood. To make matters worse, as a young teen, he was forced to quit school to help provide for his mother, dashing his dreams of playing high school sports. Hixon's athletic arena was replaced with the overnight shift at Augusta's iconic produce curb market of the 1950s at Fat Man's. As friends enjoyed social events, Hixon's teenage years were framed within earshot of the Richmond Academy football stadium and its roaring crowds.
AGAINST ALL ODDS | THE BOOK
Hixon grew stronger with each barrel of produce he lifted, and fueled by anger and blessed with quick fists, gained the reputation as a street fighter. He eventually ran afoul of the law, before a judge stepped in to hand Hixon a surprise sentence that changed the trajectory of the troubled teen's life.
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22TheBook is with Stan Byrdy and Bob Young.
11 months ago
Another great book signing today for Against All Odds - Donnie Hixon and I with Beverly Lynn Smith, Ellie Lewis, Bob Young and Caroline McKinnon at Morris Museum. Next signing is this Thursday, Dec. 12 at Bargain Hunters of Augusta on Augusta West Pkwy from 1-4. Hope to see you there! ...
Thanks Augusta for your support at book signing at Forest Hills Golf Club - Felix and Eleanor Patrick got their signed copy - we’d like to sign one for you Sunday at our next signing at Morris Museum from 2-4pm ...
Had a great time on the Austin Rhodes Show this afternoon with Donnie Hixon to talk about our new book, Against All Odds - then at booking signing afterwards with Margaret Regan at the Marybeth Regan Memorial Golf Tournament At Foest Hills. ...