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Writing Trash and Hunting Buffalo

by: Jay Williams

Tired of staring at those spread sheets and reports on your computer? Quick, while the boss gets coffee open that e-reader app and breeze through a few chapters of "Writing Trash and Hunting Buffalo." Escape into the dream world of Hollywood and watch as the noted gossip columnist, Bart Bremmer, lashes out at the elite of Tinsel Town in article after article filled with biting gossip meant to bring the stars back to Earth. Bart is a walking contradiction though. A tall, good-looking, former paratrooper, he is nothing like the stereotype of a gossip columnist most of us imagine. However, just like his physical looks clash with people's stereotypes, Bart's inner soul becomes wrenched by the conflict between his Midwestern ideals and the lifestyles and ideals of the Left Coast that intrude on his life. For years he has survived this conflict. He has also persevered through the violent deaths of his parents and uncle; survived a VC bayonet that slashes through his chest; and experienced the ego-deflating realization that the people he writes about, who he sees as inferior, get all the attention and acclaim. In other words, Bart Bremmer is a powder keg about to explode.

Can Bart survive this constant struggle for his soul and the incessant barrage of corrupt lifestyles thrown at him from the Hollywood denizens? Buy a copy of "Writing Trash and Hunting Buffalo" and find out.

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