Misconceptions

Love Anthony is now in paperback, which means, among other things, that it has a new cover design. I love the new cover. I think it’s eye-catching and aesthetically pleasing, and the image is even highly relevant to the story. Books covers are so important. It’s the first thing a potential reader sees and can be the singular, pivotal reason why someone picks that book up and decides to see what’s inside or alternatively decides to walk away and choose something else. The entire content of book can be deemed desirable or undesirable based on a quick glance at the cover. So many unspoken assumptions are made about the story on the inside based on the cover on the outside. This has me thinking

Making a Contribution

I’ve had the good fortune to see many of my “old” neuroscientist friends over the past year through book tour and speaking event travels or through the research I’m doing for my next book. I love listening to them talk passionately about their research, and I especially love that I can still understand it all, as I now spend my time writing novels rather than scientific research grants or papers. Alzheimer’s, anxiety, bipolar, Huntington’s, autism, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s. Cytokines, glutamate receptor upregulation, gene expression, caudate nucleus, amygdala, CAG expansion, GABA. These brilliant scientists are making exciting and significant contributions to the body of knowledge that wil

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