In 1953, three teenage girls’ innocent conversations about what each of them would do if the end of the world were imminent, coupled with a friend’s obsession, become the catalyst for a prank that spins wildly beyond control and draws in an entire town. Left behind in the wake of that summer’s events are their unrealized dreams and open wounds. In 1973, a reunion trip to the small town of their youths returns them to the summer of 1953 and the passion and betrayal that changed their lives.
I didn't write Atomic Summer to make a living. I wrote it to be read. So it only seems fitting that since my mother was the inspiration for the book, that I give 100% of my royalties away to cancer causes and charities. Can you please help me spread the word.
What happens to us when we die? For many, that is a question of faith with very definitive answers. For others, it is a mystery subject to debate and speculation. There are people who claim to know exactly what happens when we die via near-death experiences. When clinically dead, they visit the other side,…Continue
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