ArchiveJune 2018

Redefining American Childhood

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Thirty years ago, our family was stationed at Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, Texas. It was actually our second time there, and I remember my parents re-introducing me to friends I'd had when I was four or five years old. We all lived on a measly three streets, which are no longer tagged on Google Maps: Carswell, Vance Circle, and I forget the third. My friends and I explored every inch...

A Cure For Wellness

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I love a good moody mind-bender movie. Whether it's horror or drama or just mystery, I love trying to figure out the why and how before the protag does. And if I can't figure it out before the movie reveals the truth, I will slowly golf-clap in appreciate. A Cure for Wellness managed to keep me guessing up to the end because I couldn't quite put together how eels and water and Dane DeHaan's palor...

Thanks, Maureen

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I just wanted to give a quick thanks to Maureen H for her recent review of Veneer. I tend to look at my books as always increasing in quality, and yet it's Veneer, my second book, that continues to outsell the others. I don't know why that is. From the reviews, it seems people really enjoy the concept of augmented reality, while others like the characters themselves. Some people don't like the...

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