Author Tom Puckett is our guest at the Calabasas Library
with host Karyn Foley.
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Tom Puckett discuss his book,
Tom Puckett has authored numerous short stories and
several screenplays. Two of his one-act plays have been produced on
Los Angeles stages. Tom is a graduate of UCLA with a B.A. in
English. He also pursued an MA in journalism at Cal State
Northridge. He has been an associate editor at RKedit for several
years, providing book editing, proofing, writing and critiquing and
other editorial services.
Mark Twain once said that the clothes
not only make the man, the clothes ARE the man. This certainly turns
out to be true for Charlie Thompson, the unlikely hero of "The Big
Blur," who finds that being dressed as a homeless man (because he is
one) can be the accidental ticket to movie stardom.
Through a well-paced series of exciting and amusing adventures,
Puckett ably weaves many fascinating characters into Charlie's
journey, while painting an intricate picture of a man whose long
unrewarded struggles and sudden undeserved gains form the stitching
of a new set of clothes in which he finally at long last belongs.
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