Funny thing about this game. I played it against a higher-rated player in a tournament in Bloomington around 1978. (This person is still around, and he has gone out of his way to be rude to me, both then and now.)
The game is very simple. My opponent made the mistake of letting me push the D pawn. He resigned after 8 moves.
I was so pleased with myself that I sent the game to the state chess magazine which published it. It was seen by some chess author who put it in a book of short chess games. I don't remember the title of the book. Over a dozen years ago I found the game in the database of games for one of the older versions of Fritz chess. It is not in Fritz 10.
Quite by accident, I discovered that the game is on chessgames.com. However, I had written them a couple of years ago to ask if they would accept games to publish, and they informed me that they only publish games played by chess masters.
The early part of the video has book recommendations for novices and then moves onto the higher levels.