Is Your Fifteen Minutes Up?
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I am wondering if anybody else is fed up with the Television shows depicting how much better "pop" stars life's are than our life's. How about the over paid, under producing major league athlete who cries all year long that he doesn't get paid enough? Ever wonder what politicians do all day, I do. I got a question, what makes a person think because he or she has made a mov...more
Paperback, 56 pages
Published October 28th 2004 by Authorhouse (first published 2004)
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Mark Forsyth is a writer, journalist and blogger. Every job he’s ever had, whether as a ghost-writer or proof-reader or copy-writer, has been to do with words. He started The Inky Fool blog in 2009 and now writes a post almost every day. The blog has received worldwide attention and enjoys an average of 4,000 hits per week.

Mr. Forsyth currently resides in London.
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