Creative Warriors Walk Alone: The Business of Art

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AuthorHouse, May 1, 2003 - Art - 200 pages
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This book is satire and should not be considered otherwise.  It is contrived as fictional, but is taken from real life events as the author watches the media each day of the trial.  This book is about the trial itself.  It will be a different read from other books concerning the Trial of the Century' and the man himself, Orenthal J. Simpson.  However, one should read this book with zeal, fervor, anxiousness and at times - wisdom. There will be courtroom drama and courtroom combat the American way.  Many words and phrases will be colloquial, and chatty.  Each play by play will have its own, wit, humor and understanding toward the trial, as you will soon see.  The story never intends to demean the families only the events of the trial.


There are two teams

The Head Hunting Prosecutors


The Dream Team Defense Machine

Each is in battle for their client


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This is a wonderful book to read. They don't teach you in art school how to make a living with your talent. This book walks you step by step of what to do and not to do. To increase your probability of actually making a living as a creative soul. Guess that's why the book is called creative warriors walk alone.  

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