Following an undistinguished university career, Sandy Kovack started his working life as an actor, appearing in many movies, television programs, commercials and theatre productions. After about ten years, he discovered he wasn’t that good at it, so he turned his hand to copywriting. Working for several advertising and corporate communications agencies over a twenty-five year career, his words have been read or heard in television, radio and print ads, promotions, websites, video scripts and just about every other kind of business communication. For several years he was also executive editor of PopLife Magazine, in which capacity he assigned and edited all content, and wrote many features himself.
Sandy maintains an angst-free zone around his writing, preferring to elicit chuckles from his readers rather sighs or tears (unless they’re tears of laughter).
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Someone Could Lose an Eye
by Sandy Kovack
Someone Could Lose an Eye is a collection of lightly satirical short stories set in a New York advertising agency. The stories revolve around Marc Templeton, a British expat working as creative director at the agency where he gets his fill of weird accounts, taxing clients, out-of-control creatives and nagging suits. Think of it as Mad Men with less booze and cigarettes and a lot more laughs.
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