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Taught kindergarten up to 12th grade for over eight years.

"The difficulty of literature is not to write, but to write what you mean; not to affect your reader, but to affect him precisely as you wish."

Robert Louis Stevenson

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To Kill a Mockingbird
Catcher in the Rye
The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
Experience Versus Thought
Psychopathic Psychobabble
I'm Drunk and Calling from a Pub in London
The Prince and the Pauper
The Peter Principle
The Little Prince
Of Mice and Men

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Andrew Parker

Inventor Shark Darkson yearns to escape his paralysis one way or another.

Then along comes the Able Disabled Action Committee and offers to transfer Shark's consciousness into other people. All he has to do in exchange is help stop a madman from leading the world's disabled into a Grand Final Exit of fireworks and spiked booze.

This book strives to give a voice to the disabled.


Robots Running Wild

Andrew Parker

Robots are bombing buildings.

Wham! Mary and Tommy can’t walk after a car crash so Uncle Frank gives them robots. They sit at their computers and control the big machines that attend sixth grade in their place.

That soon gets boring so they send the robots exploring. Right off they spot a purse snatcher and chase him down. The next day their robots stop a bank robbery. They take bullies to the principal, rescue a lady trapped under a car, and even collect money for a homeless friend.

However, Mary and Tommy face their greatest challenge when a lunatic starts using robots to blow up buildings.

ROBOTS RUNNING WILD is a 75,000-word young adult novel that explores alcoholism, helping others, homelessness, bullying, infidelity, rage, and many other such issues.


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I wrote 122 days ago

Kids, don't read this book at home. view book

I wrote 180 days ago

Great pitch. Long, but really good. One statement builds upon another. I'm going to rethink how to write a proper pitch. view book

I wrote 189 days ago

Pitch looks excellent. I checked, though, and this is a novelette---7,500 - 20,000 words---not a novella. It's considered too long for most magazines, yet too short for a novel. Generally, four novelettes are pieced together into a compilation novel. view book

I wrote 282 days ago

CLOG review 2 of 43 Primrose Avenue by Michelle Richardson I’ve read all ten chapters now. This book is well written and if you like old English novels, if you like books that are rustic, folksy, and warm, then this is the book for you. For this book to work for me, however, certain changes would... view book

I wrote 283 days ago

CLOG review of 43 Primrose Avenue by Michelle Richardson Despite the dreadful prologue, I still managed to recover and read the first two chapters. I won't deny I'm intrigued, but I suppose if I want to want to make sense of what's really happening inside Michelle's heart, I'll have to keep readi... view book

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