The second edition of The Clones of Langston has just been released. It is available through Amazon ($9.95 paperback) and Barnes and Noble ($10.95 paperback). When cloned workers are abandoned by a biological research corporation, they form their own society. As the facility housing them erodes, they discover a challenging new world—our own.
There are no book police. If one doesn’t care for a book – or a movie – there is no need to suffer through. Indeed, I’ve walked out of two movies in my life. The first was Pulp Fiction, which opens with scenes of extreme violence. The theater was packed with stunned viewers. Aside fromContinue reading “Movie Walk-outs and Books in the Bin”
I stopped reading books. When I had hour-long commutes, I listened to audiobooks instead. But as their popularity increased, the narrative quality seemed to decrease. Some books sounded as though they’d been read by computers. Or was the narrator simply incorporating the intonations heard in our digital society? Will there come a time when allContinue reading “Is reading passé?”