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Reviewed By Cheryl E. Rodriguez for Readers’ Favorite William Shakespeare’s line, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players,” certainly applies in A.L. Freeman’s The Bright Side of Life. After receiving a scholarship to study acting, Charlie, a native Australian, finds himself in the “theatre city.” All his life he … More Another review in for ‘The Bright Side Of Life’
Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite The Bright Side of Life is humorous literary fiction written by A.L. Freeman. Charlie Brightside is in London on a scholarship to an acting school. While not a large scholarship, it covers his tuition and modest lodgings which he shares with Oliver, a medical student. Charlie’s thrilled … More 5-star review for ‘The Bright Side Of Life’
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Writers’ Festival, Ubud -style ? What’s not to like about a writers’ festival that offers free yoga daily? In a tropical island paradise? With raw organic smoothies on offer, cooking classes every day and Balinese dancers? With the added bonus of some engaging and erudite writers and commentators,…
Reviewed By Lit Amri for Readers’ Favorite The Bright Side of Life: A Charlie Brightman Story is about a self-confident young man in the heart of London. Between trying to win the woman of his dreams and stay afloat in the city with minimal funds, bad luck seems to pile up for Charlie.
Excited to announce the publication of my first novel, ‘The Bright Side Of Life’, now available at amazon.com as an ebook, and very soon as a traditional printed book too! Charlie Brightman is young, talented, self-confident, well-dressed (very well-dressed), and a bit of a drip. His first attempt at a theatre job is with the … More The Bright Side Of Life
Dear sir Your article yesterday on the subject of euthanasia was, if I may be so bold, uninformed. Indeed, it would not be too strong to label it complete balderdash. Your reporter had interviewed a number of elderly persons, and some younger people with life-threatening illnesses, who exhibited an admirable zest for life in very … More a letter to the editor.