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In this inspiring short story, Lydia decides to take up running rather late in life. It’s about not only the courage to start, but also the will to finish. (Inspirational/Family Life/Sports)
This is an Easter egg hunt unlike any other thanks to the grown man running from child to child, stealing their eggs. Rest easy, he has a valid reason for doing so. The only question is whether or not the parents at the event will let him live long enough to explain!
In these troubled times, would we even recognize a hero if one walked among us? Such is the premise of “The One True.” Part social commentary, part magical realism, this is a story that will resonate deeply. (Social Commentary/Fantasy/Magical Realism)
I had the honor of joining Normal Public Library’s podcast entitled “Check It Out.” Though I thought we would only be discussing the fantastic novel Moonglow by Michael Chabon, Jared was also kind enough to ask me about my own work both as a writer and educator.
It was as fantastic experience. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
Click HERE to give it a listen, and be sure to check out the other episodes as well!
It is my distinct honor to appear at Graham Crackers Comics in Normal, IL, on Saturday, February 18th. I’ll deliver a brief talk entitled “We Can Be Heroes!” followed by a reading from my science fiction novel, Andropia.
If you have not yet visited Graham Crackers, this is the perfect opportunity. I am consistently impressed with the clean, friendly atmosphere and the incredibly helpful staff. This will be a family friendly event, so bring the kids!
Hope to see you there, and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Learn more about Graham Crackers Comics HERE.