Charles Rubin - Leaning On Thin Air (Sausalito)

Sunday, September 17, 2017 - 4:00pm

In Leaning On Thin Air, it is not easy being Bob Bronson. Constantly refusing to compromise his work, causing controversies, walking out, being fired. He’s a Clio Award-winning ad writer during the Vietnam War and the bloody riots and the police violence and all the madness of 1969. Dealing with a nightmare of a client, he sparks disaster for himself and everyone around him. Now without friends , support or income, he feels like he’s leaning on thin air. And then, just when his life has gone all to hell, it happens, something he never saw coming. You won’t, either.

Charles Rubin is the world-wide bestselling author of Don’t Let Your Kids Kill You: A Guide for Parents of Drug and Alcohol Addicted Children. This book has helped thousands of parents recover from the heartbreaking choices made by their addicted children. Charles’ other books include the PEN-Award winning 4-F Blues: A Novel of WWll Hollywood and I'll Get Right Back to You and Other Annoyances. Charles is the president of the Inner Light Foundation, founded by his late wife, Betty Bethards (author of the much-loved The Dream Book: Symbols for Self Understanding). He now lives in Sonoma County, California.

100 Bay St.
Sausalito, CA 94965
Leaning on Thin Air: A Novel of 1969 Boston Cover Image
ISBN: 9780918915078
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Published: New Century Publishers - June 15th, 2017

Boston, 1969, Vietnam War protests, police brutality, and in the middle of iit, an uncompromising advertising writer, His last chance in the business and the obstacles he meets, plus murder and mayhem and the workings of how an ad agency works, the ad campaigns, the politics, the egos, the romantic spisodes, and a twist ending.