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My Life in Comics (a Memoir) by Ron Fortier Audiobook - 5 hours [Audio CDs] #RA1043
My Life in Comics (a Memoir) by Ron Fortier Audiobook
 
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My Life in Comics (a Memoir) Audiobook
by Ron Fortier
Read by Mark Finfrock
 
 
My name is Ron Fortier and for most of my adult life I’ve written those wonderful little magazines in which stories are told not only with words but also with beautiful illustrations drawn by talented artists. Comics are an art form created here in America back in the late 1920s and today they are published around the globe.
 
In the course of my writing career, I have met some truly amazing people with so much talent it often boggles the mind. I’ve become friends with many of them and that humbles me. I’ve done my best to make this a positive narrative. All the incidents I am about to share with you are true and did happen.
 
So thanks for picking this up. My hope is the stories you are about to read will inform and entertain you but most of all amuse you. After all, when they first came on the scene they weren’t called comics; they were called funny books.
 
Welcome to my world.— Ron Fortier
 
Legendary author and publisher Ron Fortier has just released a special book, "My Life in Comics (a Memoir)", which gives readers an outstanding perspective of his exploits in the field. Fortier weaves warmth and humility throughout his reflections. This gives the book an easy-going buoyancy. For those with an interest in comics, Fortier's autobiographical ride can't help but fulfill in the most human of ways. That also makes his memoir an indispensable submission for any comic connoisseur's library.
Author – Michael Housel
 
Table of Contents:
Introduction
Not a Biography
Chapter 1: Little Me & the Outlaw
Chapter 2: CBG & Fanzines
Chapter 3: The Charlton Bullseye
Chapter 4: Ralph & the Flea Market
Chapter 5: The First Howard Johnson Convention
Chapter 6: Charlton Comes Knocking
Chapter 7: The Second Howard Johnson Convention
Chapter 8: I Make $35
Chapter 9: Popeye
Chapter 10: The Green Hornet Part One
Chapter 11: A Few Friends Along the Way
Chapter 12: Rambo and the Agent
Chapter 13: San Diego Here We Come
Chapter 14: Terminator Part One
Chapter 15: Terminator Part Two
Chapter 16: Green Hornet Part Two
Chapter 17: Terminator Part Three
Chapter 18: Burning Earth
Chapter 19: The Boston Bombers
Chapter 20: The Way Things End
Chapter 21: Alpha Productions
Chapter 22: One More Green Hornet
Chapter 23: The Madison Show
Chapter 24: Peter Pan
Chapter 25: The Boston Bombers Part Two
Chapter 26: The Reluctant Artist
Chapter 27: Tekno Comix
Chapter 28: Lost Universe
Chapter 29: Daughter of Dracula
Chapter 30: Redbud Studio
Chapter 31: Paying It Back
Chapter 32: So, What’s Next?
Chapter 33: The Last Story
 

Mark Finfrock got a Realistic Cassette recorder for Christmas at age 10, he knew right away what he wanted to do with his life. Spend countless hours recording everything! Mark wrote and produced his own commercials and radio show by the time he was 11!
 
When he graduated High School he went out in the world for a few years only to return home and pursue the career he so desperately wanted. Radio! Mark worked in small market radio for 20 plus years and was awarded, 1st Place for the Associated Press’ Radio C Small Market Public affairs for a series of segments he wrote, produced and edited.
 
Later, Mark started TyMad Productions to do his own recording and production work. Building his own professional home studio he now contracts himself out as a voice talent. His clients include Radio Archives, Town Lincoln Motors, Rock Island Argos, Victorville Hyundai, Clix! Photography and National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Audio Book readings include Pascal, US Marshal Volume 1, Pascal, US Marshal Volume 2, Shanghaied by Francis Louis Guy Smith, Dan Fowler G-Man Volumes 1 and 2, C.O. Jones Monsters and Mobsters by Fred Adams Jr., The Puzzle Girl: A Paul Murdock Story by Michael P Murphy, Maxim Gunn, a six book series by Nicholas Boving, Z-Minus Volume 2 by Perrin Brier, Shotgun Blues by Michael P Murphy, Castle Dark by Nicholas Boving, and Wise Guys Confidential by John Wooten.
 
Mark lives in Washington, Pennsylvania with his inspiring best friend and wife Tara, his two children Tyler and Madison, and his German Sheppard.

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5 of 5 My Life in Comics March 17, 2020
Reviewer: Mr Allan Smith from Ulverston, Cumbria United Kingdom  
Easy listening and highly entertaining

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5 of 5 March 16, 2020
Reviewer: Mark Finfrock from Washington, PA United States  


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5 of 5 I Loved It March 13, 2020
Reviewer: Ron Fortier from Fort Collins, CO United States  
As the writer of the book, I wondered how Mark Finfrock would do reading my Memoirs. Shouldn't have worried, Mark gave the book all the love it deserved, knowing when to inject the humor and and the wonder that was my career in comics.

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