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The Amnesia Effect

I have the worst memory ever. Seriously. I’m bad with names, faces, and if I don’t put an event onto my calendar immediately there’s a good chance I’ll be home watching Netflix when I get your “Where are you?” text. That said, I am pretty obsessed with memories. (The ones I remember, at least.) I love taking photos, keeping movie tickets, that sort of stuff. (Wow, just realized I’m still 13-year-old Adam. I’m okay with […]

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What do YOU want to read about on Pub(lishing) Crawl?

The Pub(lishing) Crawlers have decided to take a different approach to posting. We’re cutting out one day of the week—partly because we’re all having a hard time even writing one post a month (I’m not even kidding. Our lives suddenly EXPLODED with work over the summer.) but we also feel Y’ALL might be getting burned out on us. Additionally, we’re hoping to introduce a few features to promote more reader interaction. We love getting comments—even if […]

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Interview with Dan Krokos, author of False Memory

So I am thoroughly pleased to introduce fellow debut author (and friend) Dan Krokos. He was kind enough to agree to an interview despite his CRAZY tour schedule. Dan’s book, False Memory, recently released from Disney-Hyperion, and I can safely say it’s awesome. Kind of a Bourne Identity meets The Island. But cooler. False Memory Miranda North wakes up alone on a park bench with no memory. In her panic, she releases a mysterious energy […]

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