Sean Penn is a writer and producer. He has been named as the greatest actor of all time and stands a performer and director. 57 years old, he still yearns to make more to his name and career and at the end leave a legacy.
His novel, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, like any other novels, was criticized. What made the critics of this particular one stand out is the fact that even before its publishing, people all over social media networks and platforms were already discussing it.
Why the book so much hit the eyes and translated to millions of comments that fast is because of how differently it was interpreted. Many people felt that the book was more optimistic that fictional. However, Sean in an interview disputed this saying that fictional writing should have a place in the society today so that when a setting is fictional, a reader can consider that it actually is as it is said and not opinion-oriented.
Sean appreciates the fact that there are good writers out there. He does not deny that it is possible to learn a lot from someone, especially from their freedom with and choice of words. Sean Penn’s passion keeps growing and is beginning to extend from audio books to novels.
He talks of Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff as a novel he didn’t imagine he would publish. This is because it was initially released as an audiobook. However, with the growing public demand, Sean only saw it fit to publish it.
Writing has been known to take a writer to a world of solitude, and Steve Penn has not been an exception. He enjoys it and likes more the thrill that comes with it. Seclusion from the surroundings and what is happening around is one of the things that make writing amazing and desirable. Sean, therefore, assures that he will keep on writing and strive to publish more novels. Not everyone will agree with a writer, but those who do will not deny them a voice to project that which is within; through writing.
Read a brief summary of the book here:
Adam Milstein writes for the Jewish News Syndicate, the Jerusalem Post, the HuffPost, and the Times of Israel and he’s been focused on how Jewish-Americans can be stronger than ever in the face of opposition. According to Milstein, antisemitism has seen revivals in today’s world and a lot of it has come from Muslim groups mixed with far left liberal groups. Milstein warns people that though many of the progressive left claims to be the benefactors to those in the LGBT community, they’ve formed ties to Muslim groups who persecute those very people. He has said that Jewish people need to uphold their traditions and principles stronger than ever and take part in any political activism and voting necessary to support the nation of Israel.
Adam Milstein has fought on the physical battlefield against the enemies of Israel as has his father who fought in the navy during the 1948 War of Independence. Young Adam joined the Israeli Defense Forces when he turned 18 and served four years completing his service at the conclusion of the Yom Kippur War. After returning home and getting married, Adam Milstein enrolled and completed a bachelor’s degree in business and economics at the Technion, and three years later he relocated to Los Angeles and completed grad school at USC. He started becoming a commercial real estate investor, and several years later established a major holdings company in Hager Pacific Properties.
Adam Milstein became highly involved in the Israeli-American community when he came over, but he wanted to do more when he realized there was some alienation between Israeli-Americans and people back home in Israel. He and his wife Gila cofounded the Milstein Family Foundation which has become the main philanthropy organization and parent to groups like StandWithUs, Students Supporting Israel, Hasbara Fellowships and Sifriyat Pijama B’America. The goal of the the foundation is to enrich Jewish tradition learning through Hebrew learning, festivals, and even through sponsoring college student trips to Israel. Other activities that Milstein has presided over include video competitions and conferences hosted by the Israeli-American Council and AIPAC. He was named in 2016 to the Jerusalem Post’s Top 50 Most Influential Jews at number 39.