"The closest to an autobiography I could write without telling the truth."
by Frank Cotolo
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About the Book
In Molotov Memoirs, Frank’s recall is challenged from a plethora of remembrances, presenting the reader with thirty personal accounts of family, friends, mentors and lovers. He says, “These tales are not just what happened, they are what I think happened.”
Molotov Memoirs is a comic blend of stories that will delight and entertain readers of all ages.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Literature & Fiction Books
Project Option: Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
# of Pages: 104
- Publish Date: Apr 06, 2010
- Language English
About the Creator
Frank Cotolo has engaged his talents in every form of writing possible over the past few decades. His output has varied widely, from writing speeches for corporate officers to books, theater pieces, commercial copy and one-liners for comedians. He has written fiction, non-fiction and straight news for print and broadcasting. As a broadcaster he spent many years with the legendary Wolfman Jack, writing custom material for the personality’s radio shows, live appearances and TV and movie roles. His work of short stories, Pony Player, is a cult classic; copies have resold for as much as $200. He is the author of License to Skill, a book-turned screenplay and an upcoming epic, The Complete and Unabridged History of Japan. His works-in-progress include a film treatment, Sweet Shepherd and a comic novella, The Halls of Knowledge.