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1968: A Primer for Understanding Baby Boomers

DATE: 2/2/2024

Terra Alta, West Virginia – Headline Books releases new title by multi award-winning author Rick Robinson.

1968 is a small-town deep-dive into one of the most significant and controversial years in American history. Vietnam, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Bobby Kennedy, civil rights, protests at home and abroad, Nixon versus Humphrey all made 1968 a seminal year. This book is a month-by-month look into 1968 with a lens of understanding how this year helped shape not only baby boomers but all generations that followed.

Well organized and researched, 1968 will open the eyes of those who did not live through it and give understanding of the great impact a single generation can have on our country and the world.

Robinson will be signing books Thursday – February 8, 2024 – 5:00 – 7:00 at The Standard in Covington, KY. This Book Release Party will benefit the NKY Community Journalism Fund.

On Saturday – March 2, 2024 – he will be at Scarlet Rose Books & Vintage Boutique in Ludlow, KY from 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm.

Rick Robinson has authored over a dozen top-selling books in multiple genres. He’s been a featured author at Book Expo America in NYC and The American Library Association National Conference (ALA) in Washington DC.

His political thrillers are as current as today’s headlines. His literary novels offer coming-of-age guidance for folks who never really came of age. He’s had a Number 1 Amazon top seller in humor and has often placed numerous books on Amazon’s top seller list at the same time.

Rick’s political and pop culture columns have appeared in numerous publications, including The Daily Caller, Rare, Reason, NKY Magazine, the River City News, LINK NKY, Northern Kentucky Tribune and KYForward. He is a Zoom Into Books author and panelist and when he’s not writing, you can usually find Robinson waist-deep in a cold stream, pestering trout with a fly rod.


Rick Robinson (859)750-2422

Cathy Teets – publisher – (304) 290-5702