For Pitys Sake William Carter

ISBN: 9781847474124

Published: January 1st 2008

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424 pages


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For Pitys Sake  by  William Carter

For Pitys Sake by William Carter
January 1st 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 424 pages | ISBN: 9781847474124 | 5.33 Mb

WARNING: CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGEDescriptionWhen the young Natasha Nemcova arrived in England to start a new life, she wanted to seek her fortune and findthe man of her dreams. Instead she found a married hedonist, 35 years older than herself, whoMoreWARNING: CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGEDescriptionWhen the young Natasha Nemcova arrived in England to start a new life, she wanted to seek her fortune and findthe man of her dreams.

Instead she found a married hedonist, 35 years older than herself, who schooled her in the arts of love and life. Always vivacious, always seeking new thrills since her troubled and traumatic childhood, she started to become bored, until one day she recieved an e-mail from a charismatic stranger, that was to change her life. So differetn from the man that flirted and sought after her. By finally responding to it, she found herself in the exotic world of love and sex through her computer.About the AuthorBorn in Langport, Somerset.

He had an Irish mother and a French grandfather. He moved to London at six and a half years old. First Bermondsey and then Burnt Oak. From the age of secen he spent time in hospitals and sanatoriums, suffering from tuberculosis. He left hospital at 14 having spent most of his time drawing, painting and making plastersin figures sitting up in bed (when he left hospital, he was so weak he had to learn to walk again).With the help of nuns (his mother was a devoted Catholic) who worked him very hard, by the time he was 20 he had graduated from the Polytechnic Regent Street and St.

Martins School of Art with a BA in fine art and a degree in photography. Later he gained another degree in photography. Later he gained another degree in art and literature (mainly French).He then spent one year in Paris where he continued to paint, and it was there that he met Jean Loup Sieff, the internationally famous advertising and fashion photographer, who talked Billy into giving up painting and becoming a photographer. He was Jean Loup Sieffs assistant for nine months, just after Jean Loup Sieff came back from New York in 1966, after working with Sieff he went to Rome where he worked for the magazine Oggi.

Then onto Switzerland where he lived in Geneva and Neuchatel, he then went on to work for Rolf Winquest in Sweden for three months.



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