Random Acts of Mischief is a funny and outrageous autobiography of the life and times of Larry Clifford Wall. The book features 202 photographs and a year by year accounting of the author s many activities that make you wonder how he ever survived growing up. –Editorial Review
About the Author
Born March 10, 1949 in Duncan, British Columbia, Canada. 1960 moved to San Jose, California. Lived in Santa Cruz from 1972 to 1978, got married and migrated north to Seattle, where he still works each day, at home, by the shores of Lake Washington (North Matthews Beach) with his loving wife, Kathleen Russell. Together their company, Walrus Productions published eleven inspirational humorous Gift Books and numerous posters and currently supplies music stores nation-wide with instructional chord charts for musical instruments. As a young man, Larry was very active with random acts of mischief and finally grew up taking on various creative projects. From making flowerpots, macrame plant hangers, photography, silk screening, metal sculpture, music recording, graphic and website design, to oil painting, he has always enjoyed exploring the world of art and creation of it.
Amazon Customer Reviews
By Edward F.
A must read book, especially for the unconventional reader. It’s a package deal; from the first look at the cover, until one reads the very last word (actually, the last word is a — cartoon). This book starts out with a cautionary warning to the reader, beware… this book tells of some truly arcane personal experiences. As an autobiography, Mr. Wall shares a mass of colorful asides with a candid recount of his search for social maturity.I had to read many of his quips on life with a genuine sense of tragedy. Yet, the acts of mischief that he exposes will make you laugh and chuckle throughout the entire read. Upon finishing this unconventionally formatted read, I was left with a sense of awe that made me stare at the author’s cover photo for a full ten minutes and admire him for putting together this extremely entertaining book…
This work (just play for Larry) is full of social redeeming value. It gives one sound advice on how one ought to avoid random mischief and direct ones life on a healthy road of success in everyone’s daily life. Subtle tips on how to become financially independent are littered all through the text. I loved this read and I believe that you will too.