Love Letters From The '60's
Do you remember your first true romance?
In a series of love letters from his first real girlfriend, Chris Miller
traces a long-distance romance between two very different teenagers. Sally
lived in Greenwich Village and went to a prestigious private school in
Manhattan, while Chris attended public school in suburbia. Sally wrote the letters in the mid-sixties, and expressed her love
and disappointments as the relationship progressed. Their romance was going strong against the background of Vietnam, the Civil
Rights movement, and the Gemini space program. But like most young couples, what mattered most was when
they were going to see each other next, and what they were going to do. Read the Preface!
Blood On My Briefcase
You've read books by the superstars in advertising: David Ogilvy, Mary
Wells, Jerry Della Femina and others. They were all "generals" in
the advertising wars. Now read about the advertising business from
a "foot soldier" who spent 30 years in the trenches, fighting the
hand-to-hand, without a platoon of assistants and a silver tea set in
office. Chris Miller describes how a raw recruit enlists on Madison
Avenue, eventually becomes a client, then returns to the ad wars as
agencies evolve from independent companies to the multinational
giants of today. Read the Preface!