Storynar by Gary Kott
(a Storynar is an audio Webinar with fun characters, an engaging plot, and razor-sharp dialogue)
"THE LAST FREE MAN ON EARTH"
He's a panhandler by day -- uptown bon vivant by night -- this charming New York ne'er-do-well dazzles rich and poor alike -- until he meets his match in a young, beautiful social worker hellbent on getting riff-raff like him off the streets and on the road to a meaningul, productive life.
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STORIES AND BOOKS BY GARY KOTT
"The Master Of Coconuts"
Aaron Mann, a successful graphic artist but creatively frustrated would-be fine artist, chucks it all to live a life of artistic purity on a desert island in Tahiti -- only to discover that no matter what extremes he goes to in order to stay pure, he seems doomed to a life of commercial success, fame, and fortune.
Five people kidnapped at random and locked into small cubicles -- a group of gamblers betting on which would be the last to survive -- certainly not a scenario to laugh at -- however, narrated through the screwball mind of a dunce named Panama, it’s hard not to chuckle at this skewed look at life, death, and the pursuit of happiness.
J. Rockett Darling, burned-out Hollywood screenwriter, returns to his tiny childhood hometown in the middle of the Nevada desert and holes up on his custom-made Airstream travel trailer. Unfortunately, his best friend Pudge Tyler won’t let him get much rest. Pudge is the lone Deputy Sheriff who’s always understaffed and needing help -- Rockett can’t resist solving cases in a way that would make most Private Investigators green with envy.
He has all the trappings of a normal American businessman -- thriving corporation, stunning fiancé, wealth -- yet everything about him is far from normal. Antoine Gray was born invisible -- an experiment gone wrong by his genius but misguided physicist father. Antoine Gray’s search for the truth about his birth sends him spiraling down an abyss that even someone invisible can’t hide from.
The vacationing couple from New York couldn’t believe their eyes when they spotted the legendary woman sitting alone in an Albuquerque coffee shop -- they couldn’t believe their ears when the old woman regaled them with tales of her bold adventures with her now-deceased husband -- their notorious treasure hunts, the men they killed, their life on the run until they were finally exonerated of crimes they never committed.
God help him, he was supposed to despise this place -- Las Vegas, Nevada -- he was raised among East Coast royalty, educated at elite schools, wrote for New York’s most prestigious magazines. How John Fields, aka Jack Du Soleil, comes to love Las Vegas is as much a mystery as the murder mystery he finds himself a central part in.