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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...

A Review of Veneer

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When it comes to reading reviews, I only ever check my author page at Amazon. How many times a day I check that page for new reviews isn't relevant. It's the only place I really want reviews--good and bad--because that's where people are making the decision to buy, and for some reason, the reviews tend to be... better (?)... than the ones at Goodreads. Maybe there's something about Goodreads that...

Reconciling a new Veneer

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In my novel Veneer, residents of Easton live with a shared layer of augmented reality that covers almost every imaginable surface. To change the color or design of an object, they simply have to reach out, touch it, and imagine something different, a process I named reconciliation. I find it fitting that a reader looked at the cover of Veneer, imagined something different, and decided to...

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