About the Book
This is the story of his thoughts, emotions and experiences in the trip that he knows will change his life forever.
There is angst in leaving his family, his defunct career, his friends of 35 years, of course.
This book is written in free verse, a loose style of poetry that isn't required to rhyme, match numbers of syllables, anything. But it works, curiously, for this book. Thoughts and emotions are often completed in a single line... which is probably the original reason for free verse in the first place.
And emotional, enlightening read, which most will easily relate to.
Education 1964-1968 Berklee College of Music, Boston MA Composition and Arranging Experience 1972-2005 Composer and owner of Steve Hulse Music, Atlanta 1973-1987 Session musician - composer, arranger, keyboards, Atlanta 1972-1981 Jazz pianist and leader of the Steve Hulse Trio, Atlanta 1971-1972 Composer of scores for two plays, York University, Toronto 1968-1971 Recording Studio Engineer, Natural Sound Recording Studio Session musician, Natural Sound Recording Studio, Maynard MA Other 1994-1997 Published writer whose articles have appeared in The Georgia Experience Sportsman, Georgia Wildlife, Emory University's Information Technology and The Elk Foundation's Bugle Composed and recorded the scores to two full-length feature films, Clear Air Turbulence and The Star of Jaipur (1997) Composed and recorded the scores to two IMAX-format surround sound films - The Colorado Rive rand Tallulah Falls Toured with Henry Mancini's Orchestra in 1975 as pianist