Driving in Traffic, Then and Now [NOOK Book]

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“Driving In Traffic,” Samuel Costello's agreeable and poignant autobiography, especially shines
in its diverting and intriguing detours on Shakespeare and the theater.
… Ward Morehouse III, author of Discovering the Hudson - New York's Landmark Theater

"Filled with wisdom, courage and understanding, Mr. Costello tells his story as if he is playing a finally tuned ...
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Driving in Traffic, Then and Now

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Overview

“Driving In Traffic,” Samuel Costello's agreeable and poignant autobiography, especially shines
in its diverting and intriguing detours on Shakespeare and the theater.
… Ward Morehouse III, author of Discovering the Hudson - New York's Landmark Theater

"Filled with wisdom, courage and understanding, Mr. Costello tells his story as if he is playing a finally tuned Stradivarius while pulling at our heartstrings.” … Patricia Sullivan, Director of Music Mercyhurst College North East
Samuel Costello, the musician, in this book takes us through a very original 71 year journey that moves from childhood through the ups and downs and adventures of his creative life. The never ending involvement of his fertile mind with music, his computer career, family, friends, theater, writing, teaching, a study of the Elizabethan period and even the Shakespeare authorship debate, along with travel, engage you in this unusual autobiography.
Costello says, “In spite of the difficulties I have had with my health since I left my computer career, my diverse interests have made Parkinson’s not as important in my life, so I smile frequently and continue to enjoy my life and extended family.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014528443
  • Publisher: Jo-An Pictures, Ltd
  • Publication date: 6/10/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 210
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Musician, Samuel Costello, takes us through 71 years of ups and downs of his creative life. The involvement of his fertile mind with music, a computer career, family, friends, theater, writing, travel and even the Shakespearean authorship debate, engage you in this unusual autobiography. Costello says: In spite of health problems, my diverse interests make Parkinson’s not as important in my life. I smile frequently, enjoy my life and family.
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