As we all have come to know, Sean Penn is one of the most talented individuals in the world of celebrities. In addition to movies, tv shows, and other similar roles, Sean Penn is now establishing himself as a promising author. With how successful he has been throughout his other career endeavors, Sean Penn is being held to a high standard with many holding high expectations from him as an author. However, Sean Penn himself is putting the pressure on his work in order to force himself to produce great products as an author. Nevertheless, Sean Penn has produced a great product in his novel “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”. In this novel, which reviews say has a great combination of poetry and talks of American culture and politics, has definitely impressed the general public. Because of his early success with this novel, Sean Penn has been on more of a congratulatory press tour than a promotion tour. Here is more on Sean Penn, his novel “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”, and what he has gained from his overall experience as a first-time author.
Sean Penn & His Experience As A First-Time Author
Considering how difficult it is to get into the movie industry, many consider leaving this industry a suicide mission. In addition to that, the fact that Sean Penn chose to leave that industry to become a professional author, says more about his self-confidence than anything else. In a recent article on Sean Penn, quitting the movie business, and his New First Novel, we learn a lot about what Sean Penn learned from this experience. First of all, the article describes how Sean Penn learned how different the writing industry is apart from other industries such as the movie industry. Alluded to in the article, Sean Penn describes how the writing business has its own unique difficulties that are far greater than any other. In addition to this, we also get a sense that Sean Penn found himself loving his novel writing experience far greater than he thought he would. In many ways, Sean Penn grew another passion and talent that he could add to his career achievements.