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Life Full of Days: A Memoir based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
A multiple Emmy winner at CBS during television¿s golden age, this is a personal narrative; difficult, fascinating, ironic and funny. An ordinary life filled with extraordinary moments. The story, written in an approachable, conversational style, navigates us through a career of remarkable achievements, examining and documenting the state of the human condition. But it also tells, often in a painfully honest way, of the lonely search for a true sexual identity, from adolescence, through a ten year marriage and two children, to an enduring companionship with the man he chose, forty-two years ago, to be his life partner. Through these life experiences, his memoir explores the added dimension of compassion and understanding he brought to his assignments at CBS...programming on the cutting edge that ¿made a difference.¿
A multiple Emmy winner during the golden age of television at CBS, this is a personal narrative; difficult, fascinating, ironic and funny. An ordinary life filled with extraordinary moments that include, not only a career of remarkable achievements documenting the spiritual message of God's relationship to man, but also the lonely search for a true sexual identity; from adolescence to an enduring companionship with the man he chose, 42 years ago, as his life partner. I couldn't put it down.