Story Street Episode 1: Sometimes Life Falls Apart

On the first episode of Story Street, we hear a chilling piece of flash fiction about marital infidelity. We also meet Tommi Trudeau who tells us how he went from losing everything he had to having the life of his dreams.

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Spencer Seidel

Spencer Seidel

“Spencer Seidel’s love of reading and writing began as a child after he discovered Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. His first novel, Dead of Wynter, was published by a New England publisher in 2011 and was well-received by critics and readers alike, earning solid 4-star reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. His second, Lovesick, published as an ebook in 2012, was equally well-received. When he’s not writing novels, Spencer enjoys playing loud rock guitar, something he’s been doing for over twenty-five years.”

– Excerpt from Spencer’s Website

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Tommi Trudeau

Tommi Trudeau

“Tom Trudeau was born in 1963 at Otis Hospital on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He lived in Denver, Colorado until the age of 15, and then moved with his family to Farmington, New Mexico. Tom spent the next 25 years in Farmington working the family business and performing around the Southwest as a classical stage actor. At the age of 40, Tom decided to move to Hollywood, California where he now pursues his film career.”

– Excerpt from Tommi’s IMDB Page

Tommi's Grandmother and Grandfather who raised him - Harley and Alexia Street
Tommi’s Grandmother and Grandfather who raised him Harley and Alexia Street at the family dealership.
Tommi's Mother, Carol Street Zwiener in front of the family auto dealership - Street Motor Company in 1951
Tommi’s Mother, Carol Street Zwiener in front of the family auto dealership in 1951.
Tommi with his two brothers, Frank and Richard, and their sister Dominique along with their Grandfather and owner of the dealership, Street Motor Company in 1971. Tommi is the one in the center with his arms crossed.
Tommi with his brothers Frank and Richard, his sister Dominique and their Grandfather in 1971. Tommi is the one in the center with his arms crossed.

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