Starring in Roanoke

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Recurring Agents 32 and 33 of the nebulous entity known as psecret psociety investigate Roanoke (Virginia, USA); more specifically, the famous Mill Mountain Star. It is a warm fall day that soon fills with lofty random conversation on sundry topics. When the sun goes down ...

Approx. 1800 words.

If this little slice-of-life vignette were an American movie, it would probably be rated G or PG-13. More
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Words: 1,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370304561
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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Review by: James Hold on Oct. 30, 2017 :
I follow this series mainly because I have a Filipina wife. That said, I often find the tales confusing and have no idea what they are about. From the title I thought this might have something to do with the lost colony of Roanoke, but if it did I missed it.
A bit of unsolicited advice would be to do away with all the parentheses and brackets and let the story speak for itself. You don't need to translate Tagalog slang if you use it in the right context. Otherwise it only distracts from the immediate story and adds to the difficulty of understanding.
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