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Mike Robinson
It was at the tender age of 7 that an interconnection of cells and organs called Mike Robinson (then Mikey) penned, or pencilled, his first story. Called "Aliens In My Backyard!", it went on to become a runaway bestseller, topping international charts (or maybe that just happened in his... show more

It was at the tender age of 7 that an interconnection of cells and organs called Mike Robinson (then Mikey) penned, or pencilled, his first story. Called "Aliens In My Backyard!", it went on to become a runaway bestseller, topping international charts (or maybe that just happened in his imagination, too).Although he has since worked as an independent videogame producer and cinematographer, writing has always been the focal point of his creative life, although to him the phrase "creative life" sounds a tad redundant. His first professional sale, a short story entitled "The Hand of Spudd", appeared in Storyteller Magazine when he was 19. Since then, his work has appeared in a dozen magazines, anthologies and podcasts. In 2006, he was one of five guys comprising GLAWS, the Greater L.A. Writers Society, which has since become the second largest writers' group in Southern California. He's the editor of "Literary Landscapes", the society's publication. See more at: www.glaws.org"Skunk Ape Semester", his debut novel, was released early 2012 by Solstice Publishing and was a Finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. His follow-up, the supernatural mystery novel "The Green-Eyed Monster", debuted October 2012 from Curiosity Quills Press. His existential horror novel "The Prince of Earth" is also available. www.cryptopia-blog.com (Official Blog)www.twifalls.webs.com (Official Site)Twitter: @MikeSkunkApewww.skunkapesemester.com
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The Primroses Were Over
The Primroses Were Over rated it 5 years ago
I really liked the basic idea of this, and I even liked the concept behind how the book was organized, but in the end, this really didn't work for me. One of my biggest stumbling blocks is our "main" characters. They aren't present throughout the novel. Some of that is probably due to the way the...
BuckeyeAngel
BuckeyeAngel rated it 5 years ago
Two boys were born on the same day. They were even neighbors and didn’t really like each other and were rivals as they grew up. I didn’t really get this book. It was kinda hard to understand. I gave up reading this before i finished just didn’t keep my attention. **I received an ARC of this story f...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 5 years ago
Continuing the Twilight Falls series with Negative Space. And, frankly, at the start it felt like I was reading something completely different. The premise of this book was even better than the last. A promising LA artist uses the faces of missing persons in his paintings, as to give them some kin...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 5 years ago
Two best-selling authors, born minutes apart, only meters apart in the same hospital in a quiet northern Californian city, Twilight Falls. Although they never become friends, with each other or with some one else for that matter, they are creepily alike not only in mannerisms and appearance, also in...
A Voracious Reader
A Voracious Reader rated it 8 years ago
3.5 *Book source ~ Many thanks to Curiosity Quills for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review. It’s 1992 and Max Higgins is a painter in L.A. He finds the inspiration for his paintings from missing people. After he is interviewed for an art magazine his whole life is turned ups...
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