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For the Sender: Four Letters. Twelve Songs. One Story. by Alex Woodard

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The promotion came and went, and as the record deal fell apart, Alex Woodard watched his best friend, a Labrador named Kona, die in his living room with her head on his lap. Her passing shined a harsh light on how far away Alex really was from his dreams, and autumn found him trying to let go of Kona and he thought would have happened by now.

Key Features
Author(s)
Alex Woodard
Publisher
Hay House Inc
Date of Publication
18/09/2012
Language(s)
English
Format
CD-Audio
ISBN-10
1401942148
ISBN-13
9781401942144
Genre
Autobiography: General

Publication Data
Place of Publication
Carlsbad
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Hay House Inc
Out-of-print date
04/11/2014

Dimensions
Weight
100 g
Width
142 mm
Height
125 mm
Spine
10 mm

Editorial Details
Edition Statement
Unabridged

Description
Author Biography
As an adult-alternative music artist, Alex Woodard put out five albums in a short 10 years, but it was the Americana-tinged ’08 album that found success. Joining a family of prominent musicians in his small beach town home, such as Sean and Sara Watkins (Nickel Creek), Jon Foreman (Switchfoot), Jordan Pundik (New Found Glory), and singer-songwriter Jack Tempchin, Alex created an entire book, album, and concert about other people’s letters. The result is Woodard’s, For the Sender: Four Letters. Twelve Songs. One Story. Alex spends most of his time in a little beach town north of San Diego with a big brown dog named Stella. When he is not writing and playing music, he can most likely be found surfing, riding his horse, and reading the incredible letters people keep sending him. www.FortheSender.com or www.AlexWoodard.com

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