Independent, self-published authors come face to face with their vanity to speak about their--hehehehe--creative process. Let's call it their art. None of these are over 10-minutes long, perfect for your short attention firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal experiences form the basis of this first-time author's collection of short stories, Road of Life, an empowering visit to the better side of people. After a busy career in TV news, retirement brought time to fulfill Mike's desire to write more than 30-seconds of copy at a time. So, you CAN have it all, you just can't have it all at once.
Writing a detailed account of live television coverage, sworn testimony and recalled conversations required a lot of paper and typing in the mid 1980's when there was no internet and no digital media. But it was par for the course in telling Liveshot, the tale of how a TV station covered the story of a lifetime using the same pre-digital tools--typewriters, land-line telephones, microwaved television signals and pen and paper. Research materials included a photo copier, old newspapers on microfilm and yes, the Free Library of Philadelphia.