A little about the author- after graduating with a journalism degree, Joe Start jumped over to the advertising and marketing side of communications. His day job has been selling media and technology in the US and Europe for more than a dozen years, lately with startups. Joe writes goofy non-fiction about his adventures as an American expat abroad, first-person travel logs, cross-cultural observations, and the impact of technological innovation on individuals.
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Visit 50 prostrate personalities. Lunch with the late litterati. Gnosh with the gone glitterati. Candid photos. Spicy interviews. Luminaries who haven’t spoken for 100s of years. You’ll never believe what they say. Fascinating facts, scandalous stories & gossip. Posterity has never been so present. The passed have never been more alive! Book your table reservation with the fallen famous.
A travel memoir about a Californian expat's hilarious attempt at getting a driver's license in Paris. What appears simple enough becomes a tragicomedy as he confronts one obstacle after another. There are impossible situations, 'only in France' characters and cautionary tales from the bumbling of an average Joe. Read until the end to see if he beat the odds and made it or not.