Randomedy: Novels with Structure, Organization, Fluidity, Cohesion, and Clarity are for Losers

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AuthorHouse, May 1, 2011 - Fiction - 272 pages
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An Islamo-facist terrorist with shifty eyes who ends up being nothing more than a red herring. A CNN anchorwoman who is too attractive to have gotten her job based solely on her questionable credentials. A wizened and respected CNN anchorman whose famous beard could be its own situation room topic. A nuclear physicist with precognitive abilities and fondness for being killed by buses in the first act. A black man/rap mogul who goes against type and actually lives to the end of the movie. A flatfooted rookie cop who kills a lot of people before all is said and done. A liberal congressman who never met a regulation he didn't like. An aging movie star desperate for attention. Two British Lords ripped from their own time and get a lesson in modern racial etiquette and fighting techniques. A teenage girl on a journey of self-discovery and other-discovery. Two sarcastic Gen Xers who die and nobody cares that they die. A spaced-out feminist folk singer with hairy armpits and terribly broad definitions of rape. A nameless couple who fights all the time and use their kids as emotional weapons against each other. Two Mafia musclemen who try their hardest to not bolster stereotypes about their culture. What do these people have in common? In the real world; absolutely nothing. In my fantasy world I've thought up so I can escape the harsh and overbearing realities of life? Everything. They come together (except for the fighting couple; they're just filler material and give me some space to backhandedly complain about the bad parents of the world I see) and stop a diabolical villain from blowing up New York City.
 

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Section 4
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Section 5
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Section 6
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Section 7
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Section 8
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Section 9
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Section 10
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Section 11
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Section 12
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Section 13
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Section 14
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Nathan Roberts attended and graduated from Faith Baptist Schools in 1998. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 2004 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications. In 2009, he realized a longtime dream of becoming a published author, when his first novel; Other-Land and the Extraordinary Birthdays, hit the market.He is a single father of four beautiful children. He also owns four dogs. His kids and his dogs keep him pretty busy.He is very active in organized sports, playing soccer, volleyball, and softball leagues year-round. He currently works as a substitute teacher in many districts surrounding his hometown of Flint, Michigan. He absolutely loves this job and wishes he had gotten into teaching earlier in his life. He is currently working on a teacher's certification from the College of Education at Saginaw Valley State University.

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