Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Living History

This blog has been suffering from inattention because it is gardening season in my part of the country and every minute I am not indoors working for my clients, or in meetings with them at various locations around town, I am in my garden!

However, yesterday I had such an extraordinary experience that it's got to be mentioned here.

I had an interview with a businessman whose on-line bio I have been commissioned to write and who is a living piece of Georgia history, with family roots that include a Revolutionary War spy, a colorful, notorious pirate, a justice on Georgia's original Supreme Court, a Native American adoptive mother, and a whaling ship – wow! And that's only the beginning. I am encouraging him to convert this oral history into a book. To be followed by a Hollywood script?

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