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Harold and the Failed Economy
by Brady Condon
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Harold was going on to his third year out of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, and his student loans are through the roof. He can barely pay the mortgage on his house, and is unable to even imagine retirement! Join Harold on his adventure as he tows the line of bankruptcy, slogs through his job as an everyday barista in hopes of becoming an actor, and tries to keep connections to his friends from college, whom are doing way better than him financially. Will Harold finally make a big break in Hollywood, be able to pay off all his debts, and finally have the ability to tip 20%? Find out in Harold and the Failed Economy.

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Created on: Oct-11-2016   Published on: Oct-11-2016
edCenter: Notre Dame/Challenge
Format: 8.5"x11" - Hardcover w/Glossy Laminate - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Open Theme    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 20 Pages
 
About Author
Brady
Joined: Sep-06-2016

Braeden Robert Condon the I was born on a cool September morning in the heart of Cleveland, Ohio in the year of 2002. At an early age, he began to show interest in the arts of literature. At the same time, he seemed to find interest in explaining political problems to the youth in hope to one day restore our economy and our other issues in the world. He went to Notre Dame Elementary School where he partook in writing a children's book for his gifted and talented group. He decided to teach in his first book the sad truth of our economy, that people are taking out more money than they can afford. He now resides in Painesville, Ohio a township near his birthplace. He is involved in political activism, particularly libertarianism, to this day.






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