Raised by a Cuban Catholic mother and Syrian Jewish father, Shasho made his first sale at the age of six and never looked back. Life in the family business was never boring. From FBI interrogations to angry mobs, each new day at the Chin Lung Art Gallery brought with it new adventures. A story for everyone who is proud of their family and heritage, but not afraid to laugh at its many eccentricities. Enjoy the humor and misadventures that Mr. Shasho brings to life in his book Wacky Shenanigans on F Street.
About the author - At the age of six years old, Ray Shasho began learning, in a most unconventional way, about the 'art of selling' at his father's retail store in Washington D.C., Ray left the family business to attend a CBS owned broadcasting school in Ft Lauderdale, Florida. After graduating, Ray became a deejay, while known as 'Ray Richards' across the airwaves on several popular Top 40 Radio stations. Shasho became a freelance music journalist covering concerts and music events. To date, Ray has interviewed over 150 music legends and his articles are featured websites worldwide. Shasho's next book will discuss the state of the music industry and spotlight all the music legends he has interviewed over the past five years.
Ray has been happily married to his wife Sharon for 32 years; he has two children and is a new Grandpa.
Keywords: Comedy, Teen, History, Adolescent, Washington D.C., Family Heritage, Race, Non Fiction, Family Business, Retail, Jewish, Syrian. Cuban, Catholic, My Big Fat Greek Wedding