Sharon Tate, previously code-named XL-001, was published today for Amazon Kindle to celebrate the late model and actress’ sixty-ninth birthday.
The Official Synopsis
Breakthrough author Andrew Yorke and rising arts organization Xteamartists present a unique insight into the life of one of the iconic figures of the twentieth century, Sharon Tate. A culmination of meticulous research and personal devotion, this story is an illustration of seminal moments in Sharon’s life: her birth; her first auditions; her stay in Jean Harlow’s home; her marriage to director Roman Polanski; her role in the film adaptation of Jacqueline Susann’s Valley of the Dolls; even her pregnancy and untimely death — through the eyes of her unborn child. Yorke takes her most pivotal and controversial moments and weaves an unequivocally personal account of Sharon’s life and the collective human experience.
This edition was published on Sharon’s sixty-ninth birthday and includes an overture, as well as biographical annotations that further illuminate readers. This work has been prepared with careful attention to provide readers with a quality usually reserved for print. It is delivered in the best formats available to ensure an immersive experience for readers. All work was supervised and approved by both Xteamartists and Sharon’s sister, Debra Tate.
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