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posted on November 21, 2012 - 5:00am
“As you all know, being the creative type that I am, I love do-it-yourself projects … However, I found myself in the middle of a rather unusual project, which involved a lot of creative ‘thinking outside of the box,’ and it was more than just a do-it-yourself. It was more of a ‘do it ourselves’ project. And we did it. Successfully. Here’s the story of how we helped Nick Dupree.”
When I graduated from high school in 1984, there were no tearful farewells to friends and girlfriends while a New Wave soundtrack played in the background like some John Hughes movie.
Frankly, I was relieved to be free to start my writing career, and hopefully be heralded as the next William Gibson. When my science fiction failed to sell, I switched to writing thrillers and, consequently, hoped...
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