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Many of our nation´s men and women exit the military without a clue of what to do next. Others pursue their passions, doing everything they can to break into the life they´ve always dreamed of. This book provides guidance on how to follow your passions, and includes interviews with military veterans who have gone on to creative careers, which include: Novelists Screenwriters Actors Producers Directors Video Games (writers, producers, and more) Brought to you from the author of Creative Writing Career, this book will serve as your mentor and guide as you, too, pursue your passions. Even if you aren´t a veteran and are interested in acting, writing, directing, and any of the other creative careers, you´ll learn from the experience of these military veterans. Authors interviewed have been involved in the following projects (and more): Battlefield Hardline Wargaming.net Marvel Games Jurassic World Hawaii 5-O Game of Thrones (Game) It´s Always Sunny in Philadelphia 90210 Desperate Housewives Enlisted Days of Our Lives Twitch.tv The book also includes sections on the Veterans Writing Project (with Ron Capps) and the Writers Guild Foundation´s Veterans Writing Retreat (with Kevin Ott). 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Levy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/042386/bk_acx0_042386_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The implosion of the Soviet Union was the culmination of a gripping game played out between two men who intensely disliked each other and had different concepts for the future. Mikhail Gorbachev, a sophisticated and urbane reformer, sought to modernize and preserve the USSR; Boris Yeltsin, a coarse and a hard drinking ´´bulldozer,” wished to destroy the union and create a capitalist Russia. The defeat of the August 1991 coup attempt, carried out by hardline communists, shook Gorbachev’s authority and was a triumph for Yeltsin. But it took four months of intrigue and double-dealing before the Soviet Union collapsed and the day arrived when Yeltsin could hustle Gorbachev out of the Kremlin, and move in as ruler of Russia. Conor O’Clery has written a unique and truly suspenseful thriller of the day the Soviet Union died. The internal power plays, the shifting alliances, the betrayals, the mysterious three colonels carrying the briefcase with the nuclear codes, and the jockeying to exploit the future are worthy of John Le Carré or Alan Furst. The Cold War’s last act was a magnificent dark drama played out in the shadows of the Kremlin. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Don Hagen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/000611/bk_gdan_000611_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.