Vic McCain Buzzelli
Vic McCain-Buzzelli has been a precocious reader since the age of three and has been writing everything from epitaphs to comedic screen plays ever since. His first television commercial was for RCA Victor's 45-speed Record Player, at the age of six. Four years in the Marine Corps as an air trafficcontroller, after military college, found Vic being discharged in sunny California. Vic attended Don Martin's School of Broadcasting and Television Science, in Hollywood, where he co-wrote "No Margin for Error" with Maurice Haws, that was later produced for television. Vic worked as ErikEstrada's stand-in for the first two years that "Chip's" was aired in the late '70s, but left the show due to his mother's failing health. The next twelve years were spent in community services for a 55 and better community where he honed his writing skills on senior news stories and community theatre. Vic formed the Jess Ranch Players and became their script writer, director, producer and actor as well as their good friend. Vic has written lyrics for contemporary Christian and country western songs and is presently teaming up with a song writer to produce a CD in the coming year.
"The Adventures of Milly and Mikey" series of books were inspired after the birth of his grandchildren. This is the first book in the seven book series. Watch for "Christmas Blessing", as the sequel in this odyssey of Milly and Mikey. Many of the antics you will enjoy reading about are based on his grandchildren's imagination and curiosity....as toddlers learn and grow. Vic continues to stay active in his grandchildren's lives and is presently teaching them how to play golf and bocce ball.
The Adventures of Milly and Mikey
Milly and Mikey's first adventure begins when they meet as "womb mates" at a family BBQ with their parents. They are communicating with each other by sharing their thoughts (telepathically) even though they are not born yet. They are becoming great friends, as well as cousins, and can't wait to meet each other "on the outside" of their present womb situations.