Christopher G. Moore Updates: 19 September 2014

Dear Reader,

How do we keep 7 billion human beings co-operating with one another? This is the question I examine in my essay titled: Forever Young and Demonic Males.

The idea started with an article by New York Times film critic A.O. Scott titled The Death of Adulthood in American Culture. That started me thinking about what is meant by adulthood and how the mission of traditional culture has been to domesticate adults.

Audio Book



For those who prefer audio books, Zero Hour in Phonm Penh has been released by Audible Books this week. Dan Russell is the voice over actor who brings the story set in Cambodia during the UNTAC period (1993) to life. Zero Hour in Phnom Penh remains one of the top selling books in the Vincent Calvino series.

Short Story

Also released this week is The Uncover Diplomat. This is a short story from Chairs, and one of the best in the collection. It is $1.99.

Vincent Calvino Film

Things are looking positive for the Vincent Calvino film, Spirit House. We are getting close to the finish line. More information in a few weeks as I am permitted to share it.

Have a great week.

Warm regards,
Christopher

   
 

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