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Max's Latest Blogs

Dec.02.2008 - 7:32 pm
So... I've been asked to do a little research on the best sites online, whether it be blogs, magazines, or anyplace else that conduct great author interviews. Google has been a...
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Nov.26.2008 - 5:06 pm
Tin House logo.jpg
As Author Liaison for Red Room, I’m very excited to announce that Tin House Bookshas partnered with us to be the official online home for its authors! I’d like to take a moment to...
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Nov.24.2008 - 1:28 pm
Ok, I'll play. The things I've done thus far are bolded. 1. Started your own blog2. Slept under the stars3. Played in a band4. Visited Hawaii5. Watched a meteor shower6. Given...
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Nov.10.2008 - 9:24 pm
I Disapprove
Much like me, this rabbit disapproves of the selection of "hypermiling" to be the "Word of the Year" by the "New Oxford American Dictionary." Quick...
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Comments from Max

Dec.05.2008 - 11:23 am
In response to: Something Too Important To Forget
Susan, each morning your posts make me alternatively laugh, reflect, or both, and today was no exception. The last...
Dec.04.2008 - 10:47 am
In response to: Why College Is Important—to Authors
These numbers even corrected for inflation, do not bode well for the future of the country. I am confident, at least,...
Dec.04.2008 - 10:41 am
In response to: The Official Darwin Awards
...never ceases to amaze me.Thanks for sharing these! -Max Sindell, Red Room
Dec.04.2008 - 10:01 am
In response to: Writers need to look at the details
Jean, I always love your photographs, and they brighten my day. However, these photos of frost and ice crystals are...
Dec.03.2008 - 4:46 pm
In response to: Words I'm Looking Up (One in an occasional cleverly named series on words I'm looking up)
That line definitely threw me off. Cheeky always seemed like such a cute word, you know? -Max Sindell, Red Room

Published Reviews

Published by The Marin Independant Journal
When Max Sindell was a kid, adults inundated him with books about how to cope with divorce. He remembers one: "The Dinosaurs Divorce," about Mommy and Daddy Dinosaur ending their...