Marcy Sheiner’s articles, reviews, short stories, and opinion pieces have been published in print and online, as well as in many anthologies. Her short story collection, Love and Other Illusions, was published in 2013 by Rennaisance Books and is available as a Kindle book at Amazon. She has written one memoir (Perfectly Normal, available at iUniverse) and one self-help book (Sex for the Clueless, available at Amazon); collaborated with Brandon Wade on Connecting With the In Crowd (available at Amazon); edited a dozen anthologies of erotic fiction (also at Amazon); and has ghostwritten seven full-length works of non-fiction. She maintains two blogs: Dirty Laundry at http://www.marcys.wordpress.com, and Bookbuster at http://www.marcysbookbuster.wordpress.com.
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Halfway to the Stars
by Marcy Sheiner
Rachel Max leaves her small Vermont town for California seeking adventure, and gets more than she bargained for in her job as reporter for an online sex journal. Making her way through a maze of sex parties, sex workers, and sex-positive radicals, Rachel discovers that an adventurous life is more complicated than she'd imagined.
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I am John Galt
on Sep. 06, 2011
I bet there's a whole contingent of people who, like Mark Fitzgerald, author of "I Am John Galt." studied and adored Ayn Rand at some younger age, learned how to "check your premises," and then realized she was a right-wing lunatic--and became lefties. I am one of these people myself. Unlike Mark Fitzgerald, though, I'd never dream of writing a book titled "I am John Galt" (one of Rand's characters). The book is a fast read, and the reader gets drawn in and wants to know what will happen, so in that sense it's worth a look. But not much is new or revelatory here and it's marred by too many typo's or misspellings and errors. Still, this is what we're going to get with our new REAL freedom of speech, and it's a good thing. I sort of recommend "I Am John Galt," especially to lefties who at one time rode Ayn Rand's rickety bandwagon. --Marcy Sheiner