However, as far as i know, I'm the only one of the eight or so members of our study group that has re-invented himself as I have. Some of them have continued in the insurance industry very successfully, some have retired very happily but none have changed their avocation or occupation as drastically as I or others have. So maybe that experience wasn't as important as I thought? Or maybe it was just me??
Maybe the bug was in me all the time. In college I talked my way into writing a weekly column for the long lost Berkeley Gazette. A column about local successful businessmen. I also wrote a short story for children entitled "Sylvester The Stuttering Seagull". It never sold.
Richard L. Wren
IN HIS NEW CAREER AS AN AUTHOR, RICHARD DESCRIBES HIMSELF AS TALL, DARK, HANDSOME AND A LIAR. A FOURTH GENERATION CALIFORNIAN, A SAILOR, FATHER OF FOUR BEAUTIFUL AND SUPPORTIVE DAUGHTERS, AND HUSBAND TO ONE OF THE BEST WIVES OF ALL TIME. [MORE]