Beautiful Minds: True Tales of Monumental Careers

Beautiful Minds: True Tales of Monumental Careers

by Jackie Goldman

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Overview

Following their passions to pursue lives and careers that add beauty and color to our already diverse city, the Beautiful Minds Project is a collection of ghostwritten narratives, featuring soulful New Yorkers who, in the words of Jim Henson, "leave the world a bit better than when (they) got here."

Featured in this volume are: actor, Craig Bannister; violinist, Eva Leon; artist, Pato Paez; designer Monique Leshman; model/performance artist Hardy Brooklyn, and volunteer, Nancy Leone.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781986670227
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/28/2018
Pages: 62
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.16(d)

About the Author

Jackie Goldman is a writer and ghostwriter living in Brooklyn, New York. Her previous works include "Flat Earth Theory," and "El Pombero!"

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Beautiful Minds: True Tales of Monumental Careers 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
From IndieReader: Jackie Goldman’s collection of powerful biographies shines a light on six creative New Yorkers who have followed their artistic and altruistic visions to live fulfilling lives and bring joy to others. IR Rating 4.5 https://indiereader.com/2018/10/beautiful-minds/
JanisC More than 1 year ago
Beautiful Minds is a welcoming read. In looking for something inspiring to read I stumbled across a copy. It is a nicely written piece, as Goldman warmly sets you up to meet six New Yorkers who are pursuing their passions. Each one sharing their inspiring tale of how they found their passion. Took the risk on that passion to pursue it which leads them all to the fabulous New York City. I found the book sweet and lovely. I loved each tale. I could completely relate to each person knowing their passion, their drive all too well. If you are looking for something simple and inspiring (I actually wish Goldman had made the book longer.) I recommend Beautiful Minds.