Scott Motto lives in Normantown, and has penned his thoughts of a hardworking man though the ups and downs of working in the oil and gas business for 30 years, acknowledging the struggles of independent operations, one of which he owns.

"I have always been a West Virginian for 48 years," he said.

His small book could be described as the lament of a working man, in poetry, with a couple of horror stories thrown in.

"Ramblings of a Middle-aged Madman" (poems and 2 short horror stories) Kindle Edition, by Scott Motto, available on Amazon - Read with Kindle Unlimited $5.99/Paperback $9.99

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