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It was message-in-a-bottle day at the Charlotte headquarters. Sidonie Fery's is chronicled in detail. More of the usual Psecret Psociety madness. A transcripted 1200-word short story. More
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About Mike Bozart

Mike Bozart was born in the tidewater area of Virginia (US Navy kid) on a hot afternoon in 1964. He attended a mix of public and Catholic grade schools. After graduating with an Earth Science degree from UNC-Charlotte in 1986, he started doing safety technical writing.

Former residences in North Carolina include Raleigh, Greensboro, Wilmington, Carolina Beach, Etowah and Asheville. Charlotte is his current residence. He has also lived in downtown San Francisco (early '90s).

Mike has written numerous surreal poem-stories and over a dozen 1500-word quasi-real short stories under the psecret psociety heading. Gold, his first novel, was rough-drafted in just 27 days during a seven-week period (May 23 – July 11, 2013).

Mike's first novella was To Morrow Tomorrow (2014); his second was Mysterieau of San Francisco (2015).

Mike does artwork under the nom de brosse of m. van tryke.

The author is happily remarried (Sharon) with a son (Kirk).

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Malcolm Torres reviewed on on Feb. 10, 2016

This seems like it was some kind of writing exercise to take the classic old topic "message in a bottle" and run with it. The author sets the scene, then crafts a conversation that moves in many different directions. There were a few parts where I got very interested and plot seemed to be developing, but then the narrative moved in a different direction. This has potential to be worked into a story or a novel, but as is there are only flashes of brilliance.
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RetCPO1 reviewed on on Jan. 21, 2016

This is kinda quirky and random - seems like a writing exercise that goes off in multiple directions. There were a few parts that were interesting but nothing developed that hooked me in. Actually this is just dialog captured in a transcript with some comedy and tragedy mixed in.
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