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Book by:    Richard Del Connor,  "The Hippy Coyote"

R.D. Connor at home in NoHo Park
Rick before his Tai Chi Youth class

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Author:
 R.D. Connor

Poet:   poetry and lyrics
Composer:   all music and songs
Photos:   cinematographer, photographer
Philosopher:   Buddhist Scientist

 

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Executive Producer:  Richard Del Connor
Publisher: Richard Del Connor
Editor: Richard Del Connor
Graphic Design:  shaolinDIGITAL.com
Graphic Artist:  The Hippy Coyote
Photography:  The Hippy Coyote

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Licenced by:   Shaolin Music
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 Book Format

POD Paperback:   at amazon.com
     
Bonus Items:   "extras"
     

 Similar to:

Aristotle
Robert Frost
Lord Byron  (George Gordon)
Krishna
John Milton
Jim Morrison of The Doors
Plato
Alexander Pope
William Shakespeare
Socrates
Robert Louis Stevenson
Bernie Taupin
Dylan Thomas

 

NOTE: Need to find similar autobiographers...

 Keywords:

homeless life, homelessness, on the street, living in car, destitute, poverty, musician, poet, novelist, screenwriter, composer, songwriter, philosopher, Buddhist, Freemason, Mason, YMCA, Bear the cat, A Cat Named Bear, black cat, Tacoma Studios, Toyota,

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A Day in the Life of a Homeless Person


7 Days of Living on the Street in North Hollywood


version:  memoir book
size: paperback: 6" x 9"


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R.D. Connor Chop from Ninja Master

by R.D. Connor

R.D. Connor in North Hollywood Park

A Day in the Life of a Homeless Person

Living on the Street in North Hollywood

Each day of the week is a different set of opportunities and difficulties for the homeless. R.D. Connor made extensive journals of seven different weekdays: a Monday, a Tuesday, a Wednesday...

Follow the author as he forages between churches, works in the library, teaches Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Yoga, but struggles to pay his phone bill.

A good view of a homeless person, who didn't deserve to be homeless and is struggling to end his homelessness and get back under a roof.

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