American Dreaming: A Life on Water and Land

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How does a little boy from an unconventional family in Florida become one of the most sought-after Hollywood hair colorists and stylist? That’s an interesting question that Robert Hickland details through engrossing vignettes in his autobiography “American Dreaming: A Life on Water and Land.”

From the shores of Florida to the hills of California, the author details the incredible events that shaped him as a professional stylist, painter, and most importantly, a man and father.

Hickland did not have a traditional childhood. Reading about his early life is fascinating, knowing how well he turned out. With all he went through, it is a testament to his character that he has become the caring man he is today.

Nothing is glossed over. Hickland lays out all the bad as well as the good in his life. The chapters read like vignettes and are written so vividly that readers can picture exactly the scenes he lays out.

If you’re looking for an inspirational as well as interesting book about a remarkable life, this is it. The author brings readers right into his life. His descriptive narrative is engrossing and the story is more than fascinating. It’s a “can’t stop reading” kind of book. Once you start you won’t stop until the end.

The book is only available in digital form.

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Francine Brokaw

Francine has been covering the entertainment industry, products, and travel for over 20 years. She has been published internationally in newspapers, magazines, and on websites. Her book, Beyond the Red Carpet The World of Entertainment Journalists, looks at all aspects of being an entertainment journalist.

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